On 13/02/07, Virgil Ierubino <virgil.ierubino(a)gmail.com> wrote:
This is obvious in many cases - MediaWiki.org
manual... but then
Meta has the extensions? ...or they're being moved to the former. But the
latter also has "manual"-like elements. Where are you actually *meant* to
document proposals? ...for new wikis on Meta, for software upgrades on
MediaWiki, or just put it all on BugZilla? And... I'm confused.
The MediaWiki manuals were originally on Meta, but are slowly being
moved across to mediawiki.org
(Sometimes a rewrite is needed, because Meta is GFDL but lots of
is public domain or equivalent ("copyright but may be
used for any purpose" or equivalent).)
Just, what are the actual distinct purposes of the two
wikis? What kind of
information should always go on one and never the other? Thanks.
Meta is for "meta" administrative and "where are we going?" stuff
pertaining to the operation of the Wikimedia wikis.