Re: Slightly OT: Comments, ideas, or suggestions for improving websites
Andy Streich wrote:
Sometimes it's about the "personal requirement for individual recognition,"
but other times it has more to do with an individual having a vision and
trying it out. That's not something we should be pushing back on. Sure it
would be nice if all these people found a way to cooperatively produce all
the Debian-related material we all wish for -- and that should always be
tried. But figuring out how to become part of the relevant group, learning
who needs to be influenced, and, frankly, playing the politics that are
always part of a group can sap the creative energy from a person with a good
Exactly. I don't understand why some people believe that the sole reason
anyone undertakes an idea is for personal gain...sigh But, thats for the
politicos to bore each other with.
So, the question is still open. What is "all the Debian-related material
we all wish for"? At least in your view? I've received several inputs on
this, both on and off this list. Its given us a good direction to start
with, but I'd like to be able to define an end goal with all of this.
Obviously, Debian-Administration is quite capably handling the high end
and the docs cover all a developer would ever wnt to kow to get started.
So, at least from what I see, the holes may be in the new users realm.
Then again, I could be totally wrong. It has happened before ;-)