[Members] XMPP Roundups and more
stpeter at stpeter.im
Wed Oct 7 12:28:20 CDT 2009
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On 10/7/09 11:06 AM, Waqas Hussain wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 7, 2009 at 7:49 PM, Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter at stpeter.im
> <mailto:stpeter at stpeter.im>> wrote:
> On 10/7/09 4:05 AM, Nicolas Vérité wrote:
> > Hi all members,
> Hi Nÿco! :)
> > I would like the enhance the XMPP Roundups:
> > * I would like to write more text, as it is too consice now, I'd like
> > to ad more explainations so that the readers want to test and use, and
> > finally I want to give more credit since code is written by people.
> It doesn't (all) need to be done by you. We could find some more people
> to help.
> > * the spanish community translates the XMPP Roundup
> > http://www.jabberes.org/node/1139 congrats and thanks to you naw! The
> > french community tries to do so:
> > http://wiki.jabberfr.org/Tour_d%27horizon_de_XMPP_12 (work to be
> > finished, many thanks to Misc). Any other community that would like to
> > translate them?
> Not that I know of, but the existing translations are good.
> > * I am still open to your link contributions of course... ;-)
> I suggest that we could have a page at wiki.xmpp.org
> <http://wiki.xmpp.org> where people could
> contribute links and story ideas.
> That's a good idea. In fact, I'd suggest that the roundup posts should
> entirely be constructed on the wiki. Any of the members can add anything
> relevant they come across, clean the text up, etc. Those members could
> add news items themselves. One or more members (Nicolas and Peter?) can
> act as editors, performing final cleanup and filtering before publishing.
> The majority of the news items tend to be about projects involving
> existing members. If those members added the news themselves, the work
> would be cleanly distributed.
It's a mess right now, feel free to help clean it up. I'm not sure how
we'll change from wiki text format to HTML, but we'll figure that out.
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