> Well, thats a matter of opinion... For the "average user" I would think
> the view would be different... :)
I have never seen this mythical "average user" you keep on talking about.
I always thought that I'm him, but you seem to be implying that he's got
different views then me.
> >already is a vserver wiki, if you want to work on documentation - go update
> Problem with the wiki is that there is no forum there. If one could
> incorporate some kind
AFAIK most wikis has 'discusion' panels for every page
>> And btw, not _anyone_ has the required knowledge about vserver to write
> good documentation on the wiki anyway. Nothing is worse than wrong and outdated
well, fragmented and non-accessible documentation is worse.
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