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* The same might hold for chips & vendors and maybe even for distributions.
 
* The same might hold for chips & vendors and maybe even for distributions.
 
* Although contributions are under GPL it would be nice if there was some form of attribution. http://www.nslu2-linux.org/ does that (imho) nicely (but they use PMwiki).
 
* Although contributions are under GPL it would be nice if there was some form of attribution. http://www.nslu2-linux.org/ does that (imho) nicely (but they use PMwiki).
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* it seems we have orphaned pages (that is: pages that are not reachable from the Main Page). E.g. I seem to be unable to find a path to the page [[source task list]]. If there is no link from the Main Page information is obscured (which is no good).

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This page contains issues relating to the content of the wiki. Organisational issues have their own page at Embedded wiki to-do list

  • Do we want pages listing all kind of products (like here: Products). There are way too many products to list, so such a list is unwieldy and hardly to maintain.
  • The same might hold for chips & vendors and maybe even for distributions.
  • Although contributions are under GPL it would be nice if there was some form of attribution. http://www.nslu2-linux.org/ does that (imho) nicely (but they use PMwiki).
  • it seems we have orphaned pages (that is: pages that are not reachable from the Main Page). E.g. I seem to be unable to find a path to the page source task list. If there is no link from the Main Page information is obscured (which is no good).