[Python-Dev] Using Wiki for Python development coordination
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Sat Nov 3 16:53:57 CET 2012
On Sat, Nov 3, 2012 at 5:54 PM, Paul Boddie <paul at boddie.org.uk> wrote:
> I'll admit that the current content is just a reformatted version of what was
> there before, but tidied up and making better use of vertical space, and it
> could be improved. Certainly, there isn't a core development section, so
> perhaps I'll just add what you suggest.
Thanks! That brings visibility of that rather critical section up to the highest
point possible. =)
> I know how you dislike the Moin
> markup, Anatoly. ;-)
Yes, I even think about further enhancing "Using this Wiki" part to
erase references to Moin help pages. They are a little bit misleading
to me and if somebody needs help on Moin - there is a side menu. I'd
like to change it from:
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