[maemo-community] duplicate wiki pages

From: Timo Pelkonen peltsip at gmail.com
Date: Wed Jan 20 13:27:29 EET 2010
2010/1/20 Dave Neary <dneary at maemo.org>

> Hi,
> Timo Pelkonen wrote:
> > I used this morning over an hour of my time for led customization and
> > just got a message that it has already been
> > done(http://wiki.maemo.org/LED_patterns)..<http://wiki.maemo.org/LED_patterns%29..>..
> and yes, alltough the page
> > was pretty hard to find.
> >
> > http://wiki.maemo.org/How_to_personalize_your_N900
> > http://wiki.maemo.org/Customizing_Maemo
> > http://wiki.maemo.org/Customizing_maemo_for_power_users (this is what I
> > did today)
> Yes, you're right - and since the subjects are often not exactly the
> same, it's hard to know whether a name change or a page merge is more
> appropriate. The only thing which is easy to know is that it's no good
> for the reader to have several options like this.
> > what should be done to those pages? I myself would vote for the first
> > article mentioned to be removed and embedded to two others. Just like
> > Users - category is split to beginners & power users. Second one for
> > beginners (nothing with root or terminal etc) and third one for the
> > dirtier customizations for power users. But I want to have publics
> > opinion too before I do anything.
> I would prefer just merging both Customizing articles to "Customizing
> Maemo" and having a separate section for some of the power use hacks.
> Cheers,
> Dave.
> --
> maemo.org docsmaster
> Email: dneary at maemo.org
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People, please remember when tagging categories, it is better to put 10 too
much than 1 too little. I agree about just one article. It can then be
tagged to both beginners & power users. Maximum benefit. And own pages for
every bigger customization process maybe to stop bloating of the article.

I'll merge the power users customization page to n900 led page and remove

Ossipena / Timo
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