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Re: [eclipse.org-architecture-council] Things Committers Should Know
- From: David Carver <d_a_carver@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 01 May 2009 09:15:55 -0400
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Oisin Hurley wrote:
I suggest that each each "Things Committers Should Know" should include a
link to the archived "Things Committers Should Know", to encourage people to
look back and scan previous ones.
+1 for Oliver's suggestion on linking - encouraging navigation of the articles
is a good thing.
Wayne, I think it would be useful to have a bit more clarity on whether we're
talking about documentary or code resources -- unless code and doc are to
be treated the same way, in which case I have a lot of wiki work to do :)
I'm mainly talking about Electronic resourse, particularly articles. 
Code if it came from another source, probably needs to be linked too as
well where you got the code from. The main reason to at least have a
link to the original source is to give credit where credit is due, and
so that people can do further reading on a particular topic if they want.