Diff for /wikisrc/wiki/todo/let_non-developers_contribute_content.mdwn between versions 1.7 and 1.8

version 1.7, 2009/12/23 13:16:37 version 1.8, 2009/12/23 15:36:02
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 [[tron]] suggests that non-developers should be able to post content to a staging area, to be approved (possibly after editing) by developers. [[schmonz]] likes this idea a lot.  [[tron]] suggests that non-developers should be able to post content to a staging area, to be approved (possibly after editing) by developers. [[schmonz]] likes this idea a lot.
   
 [[haad]] what about to make a sub-page called e.g. User contributed documentation an give non-developers rw access there while editing other parts(TNF contributed) of wiki will require developers account or possible some sort of bless from a developer.  > what about to make a sub-page called e.g. User contributed documentation an give non-developers rw access there while editing other parts(TNF contributed) of wiki will require developers account or possible some sort of bless from a developer. --[[haad]]
   
 _For non-developers using [[anonymous CVS|wiki/todo/push_wikisrc_to_anoncvs]]_: submit a diff to `netbsd-docs@`.  _For non-developers using [[anonymous CVS|wiki/todo/push_wikisrc_to_anoncvs]]_: submit a diff to `netbsd-docs@`.
   
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 7. If the changes aren't acceptable, developer edits the Discussion subpage and explains why not.  7. If the changes aren't acceptable, developer edits the Discussion subpage and explains why not.
 7. If the changes are acceptable, developer applies them to the page and removes them from the Discussion subpage.  7. If the changes are acceptable, developer applies them to the page and removes them from the Discussion subpage.
   
 [[haad]] This can be work flow for a TNF contributed pages but as I said above this is not acceptable for as normal wiki workflow. We had almost similar discussion about comments on a blog software for NetBSD. There were developers who thought that there will be too many comments and we do not have man power to read/approve them all. After setting blog we have found that we have barely 1-2 comments in every third article. I don;t thing that there will be too many real editors on our wiki from non-developers and therefore we need to make it easy not hard to do.  > This can be work flow for a TNF contributed pages but as I said above this is not acceptable for as normal wiki workflow. We had almost similar discussion about comments on a blog software for NetBSD. There were developers who thought that there will be too many comments and we do not have man power to read/approve them all. After setting blog we have found that we have barely 1-2 comments in every third article. I don;t thing that there will be too many real editors on our wiki from non-developers and therefore we need to make it easy not hard to do. --[[haad]]

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