How do I edit the Fedora Wiki CustomKernel page?

Sam Folk-Williams samfw at
Mon Jun 18 22:19:56 UTC 2007

Karsten Wade wrote:
> /me approved this non-member post
> On Mon, 2007-06-18 at 11:42 -0400, Chuck Ebbert wrote:
>> On 06/18/2007 10:42 AM, Sam Folk-Williams wrote:
>>> Thanks for the explanation Karsten. Makes good sense. I wonder if this
>>> page should be a community page and not a formal page? I took the
>>> initiative to create it, but I'm not the subject matter expert. We
>>> definitely need those subject matter experts (like Chuck) to be able to
>>> edit. If making it a community page is the best way to do that then
>>> perhaps we should.
>>> Or if we could add specific people to the ACL for this page it that
>>> would also be good.
>>> Chuck - do you think this page should be editable by anyone or should we
>>> control access somewhat?
>> I think access should be controlled. 
> Note that access is controlled in that one needs a Fedora account to
> edit the Wiki pages.
> I'm inclined to think that we want to have this be editable by account
> holders.  Only ones with an interest and knowledge in the subject are
> likely to edit it, and Sam and others watch those pages, and he can run
> any questions by Chuck and others.
>> Maybe we can just tell you what
>> needs changing...
> It's good to work with the writer who is working on the content,
> especially if he is amendable to being the 'mouth piece.'  
> However, if it is easy enough for a subject matter expert to fix it,
> that's probably the best way; then Sam or others can clean up the
> language, etc.  Aside from the value of community documentation, as we
> do with community code, there is the fact that Fedora writers are
> volunteers who can use all the help we can get. :)

I think part of the problem here is that I don't necessarily see a BZ 
like this one that gets filed. I made those changes.

If someone needs to make changes and they aren't an account holder... do 
they email me directly? Do they email this list? Open a BZ?

> - Karsten

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