Enabling the wiki on projects.kde.org ?

Ben Cooksley bcooksley at kde.org
Fri Jun 24 09:17:37 BST 2011

On Fri, Jun 24, 2011 at 7:36 PM, Alexander Neundorf <neundorf at kde.org> wrote:
> On Thursday 23 June 2011, Tom Albers wrote:
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> > communitybase is
>> > more for temporary stuff, as I understand it.
>> No. Communitybase is for your project internals, like sprint organisation,
>> meeting notes, todo lists, etc.
>> Userbase is the interface for the users and techbase for developers. The
>> information you provide is targeted at developers, so techbase is a
>> perfect fit there (imho).
> I (you actually) just created another small project on projects.kde.org
> (extra-cmake-modules for moving our cmake modules from kdelibs out into a
> separate package), and again I immediately thought "this is the place where I
> want to put stuff which belongs to it".

It has been requested that projects use the primary wikis to ensure
that information concerning a project is up to date. You are free to
place a link to your wiki pages using either the Homepage or Project
description if you wish to make them easy to access.

> Actually I'd also like to use the redmine bugtracker, but this is less
> important to. Are there plans fort this ?

Due to the need to be able to reassign bugs between projects freely,
all projects must use the same bug tracker. At the time, this is
located at bugs.kde.org - running Bugzilla.

> Alex

Ben Cooksley
KDE Sysadmin

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