Re: Testing plan
- From: David Bolter <david bolter utoronto ca>
- To: Henrik Nilsen Omma <henrik ubuntu com>
- Cc: ubuntu-accessibility lists ubuntu com, accessibility a11y org, kde-accessibility kde org, gnome-accessibility-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Testing plan
- Date: Thu, 15 Dec 2005 12:05:05 -0500
Henrik Nilsen Omma wrote:
David Bolter wrote:
We are happy to add authors to:
Perhaps you should consider opening it up as an actual wiki. I think
that would encourage more people to contribute. I'm involved in
running several Moin wikis and we really don't seem to have any
problems with spam and such. You might open up most of it and leave a
few pages with tighter control for more official stuff.
I'm not sure what is best in terms of coalescing all this related
information. It seems that many distro's, companies, and some
applications have their own location for documentation and bug
reports, test suites, and forums. It can be detrimental IMO.
Yes, I agree. Though some of the information like test results are
distro specific. I wouldn't feel comfortable about dumping all our
Ubuntu-specific ramblings on the Lars wiki and all our bug reports in
the Gnome bugzilla. That would probably just annoy those hosting the
I'm not exactly sure what function the larswiki should serve and we
are open to suggestion from the a11y community.
Is there any chance we could all set up shop in a common location,
like wiki.a11y.org, say? We could have wiki.a11y.org/lars,
wiki.a11y.org/gnome, wiki.a11y.org/kde, wiki.a11y.org/ubuntu for the
things that need to be separate and then the root location for common
stuff. There would be advantages to
I really like this idea. One question regarding scope... I notice your
examples are linux specific. Do you also envision things like
wiki.a11y.org/windows or wiki.a11y.org/java or wiki.a11y.org/airlines?
working in the same physical wiki in that we would see the changes
various people were making on a daily basis and could move common
content around. We were planning to develop our own content a bit more
in our own wiki, and then move the bulk of it on to a dedicated site
like access.ubuntu.com, but I am happy to recommend that we go with a
common site instead.
It feels like esp. now with this push to introduce ODF in MA by
01.01.2007 that this is the time to band together and push things
forward :) Thoughts?
(I'm CCing the KDE list as well, which I'm not subscribed to ATM. Hope
it gets through)
The sentiment is excellent.
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