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Hi Michael,
On 06/02/2011 06:17, Michael Wheatland wrote:
There has been some discussion about implementing a Product oriented
wiki, rather than community oriented wiki at

I feel there is a need to launch this sooner rather than later as
there is little content on the TDF wiki currently directly related to
product troubleshooting/tutorials.
Has anyone started looking at implementation yet? If not would anyone
mind if I had a look at it?

Florian asked Manuel Schneider to help for the migration into native language domains for the wiki. We should have (or something like that) where xx is a language code. Just like in wikipedia. Manuel should be busy currently with delivering the last mediawiki version. But then he will help with the migration. Currently, all the native lang communities are working on writing documentation, FAQ, support in various ways, I guess also some marketing material. But as long as we do this inside our category, I don't think that should not be an issue for the migration. That said, no problem for you to start looking at the implementation, I'm sure Florian and Manuel will need help when they will work on it.

Florian message some time ago:

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