Dealing with list volume
Jason A. Donenfeld
Jason at zx2c4.com
Sun Dec 3 15:03:41 CET 2017
On Sat, Dec 2, 2017 at 12:01 AM, Ferris Ellis <ferris at ferrisellis.com> wrote:
> Wikis: As for wikis, I always have had mixed feelings about them. For large
> projects like Gentoo or Arch they’re great, in my opinion, for community
> knowledge accumulation. But for smaller projects I’ve found having something
> to the effect of a community maintained `docs/` directory with markdown is
> just simpler and easier. Plus you can always go back and generate some
> pretty webpages out of the `docs/` markdown files if you’ve reached the
> adoption level where people expect documentation to be in webpages.
This is what I currently have for the wireguard.com page. I should
really open source that repo. I could certainly use some more
documentation, but nobody has stepped up to create it.
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