[OWASP-wiki-editors] Wiki clean-up project

Jim Manico jim.manico at owasp.org
Sat Jun 7 03:36:51 UTC 2014


Larry,



I appreciate you deleting unnecessary pages after you are done with them,
Larry, That really helps keep the wiki clean. Thanks dude. J



Aloha,

Jim



*From:* Larry Conklin [mailto:larry.conklin at owasp.org]
*Sent:* Monday, June 02, 2014 4:23 AM
*To:* Jim Manico; Samantha Groves; owasp-wiki-editors at lists.owasp.org; Gary
Gary Robinson
*Subject:* Wiki clean-up project



Jim and Samantha



On the wiki clean-up project I wanted to make a few comments.



I believe that projects like mine help create useless pages in the owasp
wiki. Let me explain.



   - The Code Review Guide authors create content in separate wiki pages,
   - Content is combined into a word/google doc where further editing is
   done to create the final book that can be published.
   - Wiki pages whose content may differ from the final product.
   - Wiki pages helpful to the project to have the old Code Review content
   available to review and update for the new Code Review Guide.



My proposal would be this. On projects like Developers, Testing and Review
guides as part of the project is for that team to go back and delete all
individual pages in the wiki. The google/word doc should be converted back
to a wiki page divided by chapters. This should be part of the project
closeout. I have never seen a project closeout for wasp but I think we
should have one if we don't.



I am proposing at least we do this on the Code Review project but I wanted
to run it by you all first.



I think doing this would help reduce effort by your project or another
project in the future.



Larry
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