Crossgcc Wiki now (back) online!
William A. Gatliff
Thu Jan 31 15:10:00 GMT 2002
My ISP had a momentary power failure last night due to some pretty
serious snowstorms in the area. They lost a router in the process.
The Wiki is back online now.
On Wed, Jan 30, 2002 at 08:46:14PM -0600, William A. Gatliff wrote:
> I've just put up a Wiki for Crossgcc at http://billgatliff.com.
> A Wiki is like a FAQ, except that it is web-based and can be edited by
> its users. This makes it much more likely to stay up-to-date than a
> static document that nobody seems to have time to maintain (speaking
> for myself, anyway).
> There isn't much in the Wiki now, because it has only been there for
> less than 24 hours. In fact, there's really only a skeleton with a
> bunch of holes--- into which we can stuff knowledge.
> Over time I'll be populating the Crossgcc Wiki with what I have
> recorded in the Crossgcc FAQ, which is (still) also located at
> http://billgatliff.com. I intend for the Wiki to become the new FAQ.
> Please join me by registering(*) on the Crossgcc Wiki and pumping it
> full of Crossgcc-related information. Don't worry so much about
> presentation now (unless you want to, of course), just capture what
> you know so that others can benefit from it. That's what a Wiki is
> all about!
> Everything in the Wiki is automatically indexed, and backed by RCS.
> More about Wikis is at http://twiki.org (this is the software behind
> the Crossgcc Wiki). An example of a really good Wiki is
> http://wikipedia.com. Handhelds.org is also wiki-powered.
> (*) - The Wiki's "registration" process is to facilitate site editing,
> and to enable some of the software's user-specific features. I don't
> want your personal information, I don't care if you don't give it to
> me, and I won't do anything with it if you do.
> All the Wiki software asks for is a name, an email address, and a
> password. Make it all up, for all I care... but unless you give it
> *something*, it won't let you edit pages.
> Bill Gatliff
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