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<del>The RPi administration is headed by the [[Project:RPi Council|RPi Council]] now. </del> <br>
 
<del>The RPi administration is headed by the [[Project:RPi Council|RPi Council]] now. </del> <br>
 
:The RPi council is now defunct and i hope that it gets replaced by open , collaborative and fair <br>
 
:The RPi council is now defunct and i hope that it gets replaced by open , collaborative and fair <br>
discussion between Wiki editors instead. Therefore i believe this page might be used as the central <br>
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:discussion between Wiki editors instead. Therefore i believe this page might be used as the central <br>
place for discussions around the Raspberry Pi Wiki articles again. <br>
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:place for discussions around the Raspberry Pi Wiki articles again. <br>
Here are some things i'd like to address :
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:Here are some things i'd like to address :
 
:* 1. What happens to the RPi_Council page ? Shall we merge it with this one ?
 
:* 1. What happens to the RPi_Council page ? Shall we merge it with this one ?
:* 2 : I want to start a thread on the raspberrypi.org forums with updates on "cleaning up the Wiki" and a call for volunteers. <br> This is of paramount importance IMHO. Perhaps we can interested helpers from the beta RaspberryPi Stackexchange , too. <br>
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:* 2. I want to start a thread on the raspberrypi.org forums with updates on "cleaning up the Wiki" and a call for volunteers. <br>  
I believe that by communication via and presence on the forum we can make this Wiki much more useful for everyone. <br>
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:This is of paramount importance IMHO. Perhaps we can interested helpers from the beta RaspberryPi Stackexchange , too. <br>
What do you think ?
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:I believe that by communication via and presence on the forum we can make this Wiki much more useful for everyone. <br>
:* 3 : Does anyone have a overview who translates Wiki articles and how this is managed ?
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:What do you think ?
I' like to talk to MagPi translators , other volunteers and eLinux.org admins if we can do anything improve <br>
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:* 3. Does anyone have a overview who translates Wiki articles and how this is managed ?
the situation or work together better.<br>
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:I' like to talk to MagPi translators , other volunteers and eLinux.org admins if we can do anything improve <br>
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:the situation or work together better.<br>
 
:Regards , 14:04, 8 April 2013 (UTC)
 
:Regards , 14:04, 8 April 2013 (UTC)
  

Revision as of 14:06, 8 April 2013

The RPi administration is headed by the RPi Council now.

The RPi council is now defunct and i hope that it gets replaced by open , collaborative and fair
discussion between Wiki editors instead. Therefore i believe this page might be used as the central
place for discussions around the Raspberry Pi Wiki articles again.
Here are some things i'd like to address :
  • 1. What happens to the RPi_Council page ? Shall we merge it with this one ?
  • 2. I want to start a thread on the raspberrypi.org forums with updates on "cleaning up the Wiki" and a call for volunteers.
This is of paramount importance IMHO. Perhaps we can interested helpers from the beta RaspberryPi Stackexchange , too.
I believe that by communication via and presence on the forum we can make this Wiki much more useful for everyone.
What do you think ?
  • 3. Does anyone have a overview who translates Wiki articles and how this is managed ?
I' like to talk to MagPi translators , other volunteers and eLinux.org admins if we can do anything improve
the situation or work together better.
Regards , 14:04, 8 April 2013 (UTC)


The Big-8 approved usenet unmoderated newsgroup news:comp.sys.raspberry-pi and began propagating 2013.04.01 among newsservers. Is this better organized under Supporting Communities or Schools, Universities, Clubs & Groups? I put it under Supporting Communities for now. DisneyWizard (talk) 21:50, 4 April 2013 (UTC)