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Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2012 13:38:08 -0700
To: "" <>
Subject: Re: Wiki for musl?

There's gollum which githib uses for git based wiki but it requires ruby (good and bad) a good alternative would simply use a c based document converter (I think there's a project called sundown that does just that for markdown), convert on post receive hooks into html and create a mailing list for musl-wiki.

On Jun 13, 2012, at 11:14 AM, Rich Felker <> wrote:

> Hi all,
> Jeremy's offered to help set up us (*) a wiki for musl, which could be
> used for recording all of the disorganized and as-yet-unrecorded
> community knowledge about package compatibility, patches needed,
> common issues, troubleshooting, etc.
> My experience using wikis is fairly limited and I have no no idea
> which wiki software is best, so I figured I'd best ask the community
> who'll (hopefully) be using if you have preferences. While I know lots
> of us lean towards the choice that's the least bloated/ugly behind the
> scenes, it would probably also be worth considering which choices are
> nicest from a standpoint of making contributing/editing a pleasant
> experience. :-)
> Rich

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