[aprssig] central repository
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Tue Nov 22 07:25:36 CST 2016
On Tue, Nov 22, 2016 at 5:40 AM, Jim Alles <kb3tbx at gmail.com> wrote:
> I appreciate the discussion. Except for exploring & discussing the
> examples, I would like a decision on this to go on hold until after
> I see several things to take into consideration:
> 1. Ham-owned hosting & maintenance vs. cloud based hosting.
> 2. File storage & retrieval - for original source document archiving &
> retrieval (PDFs)
> 3. Security capabilities & control of the mechanism by a Ham.
> 4. Familiarity & accessibility for the masses.
> 5. Backup mechanism, offsite storage.
Here are some to consider first, IMO:
There's already a discussion list for the subject (you're reading it).
Fragmentation is not your friend.
There are ham wikis out there already. ( https://xkcd.com/927/ )
A wiki is a horrible tool for maintaining a specification document. A
specification needs revision control, version numbers, etc. A wiki is a
free for all. Fine for documentation, but not the actual specification.
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