[tor-dev] Too many cooks spoil the broth---or: how about we clean up the wiki?
karsten.loesing at gmx.net
Sat Jun 11 14:19:57 UTC 2011
On 6/11/11 2:41 PM, andrew at torproject.org wrote:
> On Sat, Jun 11, 2011 at 08:17:35AM +0200, karsten.loesing at gmx.net wrote 2.5K bytes in 34 lines about:
> : > Do you plan to fix links in the mailing list archives as well? How
> : > about links in our e-mail inboxes?
> : Nope. But we could add redirects for those pages linked from the
> : mailing list archives and everyone's inbox. Similar to how we added
> : redirects when moving from
> : https://wiki.torproject.org/noreply/TheOnionRouter/ to the current location.
> Why this need to preserve old links forever? Websites change. If we
> migrate from trac to something else, I'm not going back and updating
> every website that ever linked to trac. When we changed from flyspray
> to trac, google, yahoo, bing, etc search engines all update their
> databases of links within 3 days.
Okay, I don't feel strongly about this. I think if we can add redirects
easily we should do that.
> I'm fine with not putting in any redirects. If the new structure is
> sufficiently logical, people will figure it out. torproject.org is the
> largest link farm to trac, we can update that. Attached is the linking
> domains, according to google, to trac.tpo.
Great! Thanks for the info!
Alright. I think there's no way to make everybody happy. But I believe
the lesser pain is to have a better wiki structure than we have right now.
I'm going to start moving around stuff soon.
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