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Re: editing wiki docs Martin Cooper Tue Sep 25 06:06:17 2007

On 9/23/07, Adam Hardy <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
> Ted Husted on 21/09/07 22:34, wrote:
> > On 9/21/07, Wes Wannemacher <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >> Hello,
> >>
> >> I recently volunteered to help update some of the struts2 docs. I
> >> started poking around on the wiki and I am a bit nervous about mucking
> >> things up.  I am going to give you my understanding and I would like
> >> for someone to either verify it, or let me
> >> know I am way off. First off, it looks like there are two versions of
> >> the main wiki, one is what is publicly viewable - the main link right
> >> off the struts.apache.org site. If I click edit, it takes me to
> >> another site which appears to be where pages are edited. Will
> >> (approved) changes to the other site make their way over to the main
> >> site during the next release?
> >
> > Yes, but we "approve" the changes after the fact (Commit-Then-Review).
> > Confluence sends out a daily alert so that the PMC can review any
> > changes. Confluence also has a built in version-control system so that
> > we can rollback any changes, if need be.
> >
> > The live wiki documentation is here:
> >
> >  * http://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/WW/Home
>
> I would be happy to tweak wiki documentation as well, as I am currently
> going
> over the docs quite alot while picking up S2. However it seems I need more
> permissions because I can only add comments at the moment. Is this
> something you
> only give after a successful period of providing patches?


Please see:

http://struts.apache.org/helping.html#documentation

Depending on how you'd like to help, you may want to file a CLA.

--
Martin Cooper


Regards
> Adam
>
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