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Jacob Peddicord <jpeddicord {_AT_} ubuntu.com>

1) Wiki! Bazaar-backed would be nice.

Michael Terry <michael.terry {_AT_} canonical.com>

1 Project wiki

Eric Nathan Hickman <eric.nathan.hickman {_AT_} gmail.com>


Przemek Kulczycki <przemekkulczycki {_AT_} gmail.com>

1) Project wiki

Wolfgang Silbermayr <wolfgang.silbermayr {_AT_} gmail.com>

2) Wiki

Tim McNamara <paperless {_AT_} timmcnamara.co.nz>

1) Wiki / Documentation facility

Gavin Panella <gavin.panella {_AT_} canonical.com>

1. Wiki, backed by Bazaar preferably. Defintely not MoinMoin :)

Jamie Bennett <jamie {_AT_} linuxuk.org>

2. Project Wiki.

Graham Binns <graham {_AT_} canonical.com>

 1. Bazaar-based wiki

Andrea Corbellini <andrea.corbellini {_AT_} beeseek.org>

2. Version controlled wiki.

Christopher Armstrong <radix {_AT_} twistedmatrix.com>

1. Some sort of web hosting for projects. A wiki would be fine.

Alex Launi <alex.launi {_AT_} gmail.com>

1) An integrated wiki

David McNally <david3333333 {_AT_} gmail.com>

1) Wiki!

nazo <lovesyao {_AT_} gmail.com>

2) Wiki for projects, teams and personals

Xavier Maillard <xma {_AT_} gnu.org>

3. bzr-based wiki (whith interactions with point 1 ;))

"Coke" on IRC, channeled via Martin Pool <mbp {_AT_} canonical.com>

1. A wiki, including a place to host screenshots

Magnun Leno <magnun.leno {_AT_} gmail.com>

1. A wiki

Jamu Kakar <jkakar {_AT_} kakar.ca>

1. Project wiki and static hosting

   For pretty much every project I have on Launchpad, I'd like to be
   able to (1) manage project documents using a wiki and (2) provide
   static generated content such as API documentation.  I'd like to
   be able to use the wiki format in places like the product
   description and summary, so that I can link into my content from
   standard Launchpad pages.

Michael Hudson <michael.hudson {_AT_} canonical.com>

1) Some kind of wiki/doc/sphinx hosting thing.

Michael Hofmann <mh21 {_AT_} piware.de>

2) wiki support to create more elaborate home pages/support wikis

Jan-Marek Glogowski <glogow {_AT_} fbihome.de>

2. Integrated wiki (and wiki syntax for most textbox fields
like description, bugtracker, ...)

Robert Collins <robert.collins {_AT_} canonical.com>

Secondly, I would _love_ the ability to have docs of some sort visible
in my projects. I don't particularly care about vhosts or anything like
that. Markdown, or Sphinx. Or ReST - all good. There are cross site
attack implications here, so its likely we'd *need* vhosts, but thats a
different discussion. Currently there is no where that I can go to put
online browsable documentation such as HOWTO's and intros. Heck, even a
single page pulled from trunk, inline on the project homepage would be
wonderful. Equally a wiki would be great, it would allow this use case
and more : but a wiki is not intrinsically valuable in this way.
https://edge.launchpad.net/subunit is a good page to look at to see how
bland 'here is my <foo>' looks at the moment.

Jelmer Vernooij <jelmer {_AT_} samba.org>

3) Wiki

Wishes/Wiki (last edited 2009-09-02 17:52:15 by kfogel)