[Pkg-exppsy-maintainers] documentation for pyepl
Per B. Sederberg
persed at princeton.edu
Thu Jan 31 18:37:49 UTC 2008
This raises a more general statement and question:
We would like to have a wiki someplace where pyepl users can find
documentation and contribute code.
Do any of you have suggestions on where we should host this?
We currently have the website on sourceforge, which I'm ok with.
There is wiki functionality in sourceforge that we are not currently
Another option is to switch over to google code, which is less
cluttered than alioth.
And a final option is alioth, which doesn't necessarily support what
we want and is a less-standard location for such a thing.
I'm open to be swayed in many directions.
On Thu, Jan 31, 2008 at 12:03 PM, Greg Detre <gdetre at princeton.edu> wrote:
> hey you guys,
> per just showed me how to nab the pyepl source code from the alioth git
> repository. it's pretty great!
> anyway, i had a question - if i wanted to contribute snippets and
> documentation for pyepl (ideally in a wiki form that others could add
> to), what do you think is the best way/place for me to do that?
> Greg Detre
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