[OSM-talk] Potlatch readme gone?
mikh43 at googlemail.com
Mon Feb 2 08:51:51 GMT 2009
I had spent a little time working on this in the spirit of cooperation ... I
am not experienced enough to make a judgement on whether and how it should
be linked to the main help page but I did think it was a good idea for the
future that was worth spending some time on.
If Gert has not been completely demotivated I am still happy to put in a
little time .. But not to take the lead or persist in advocacy of what I
perceive as useful but others may not.
If the project - as a 'work in progress' - is still live, how do I now
access the page?
From: Richard Fairhurst [mailto:richard at systemed.net]
Sent: 02 February 2009 07:50
To: talk at openstreetmap.org
Subject: Re: [OSM-talk] Potlatch readme gone?
Gert Gremmen wrote:
> I have started a Potlatch readme section on the Wiki to find that it
> has been unlinked from the main Potlatch help page.
(cur) (last) 20:01, 14 January 2009 Richard (Talk | contribs) (4,200 bytes)
(it's coming on well, but not ready for prime-time yet...) (undo)
I removed the link on 14th January because, as the above comment suggested,
the page wasn't finished enough to be the first documentation that a
newcomer to OSM might see.
Sentences like "Read the Beginners Guide, because due to the fact that
Potlatch is written in Flash, is is not as intuitive to use as other
software!" don't exactly help - never mind the typos, whether or not
Potlatch is unintuitive has nothing to do with Flash. I'm sure that when
it's had a bit more refinement it'll be a valuable addition to the
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