I have a general question about the CentOS Wiki policy that's probably
best addressed here.
Akemi and I were recently discussing (read Akemi was twisting my arm!!)
the possibility of doing a Wiki article on SSL (what are SSL
certificates, certificate generation, becoming your own CA, CA-signed vs
self-signed etc), but I'm wondering on the merits of such an article for
the CentOS Wiki.
There are already good examples of general articles elsewhere and it's
not necessarily a subject that is specific to CentOS.
So, my question - should the CentOS Wiki specifically be for articles
directly relating to CentOS, or should it be a general repository for
good articles/information for CentOS users/community? Where a topic is
generic (not distro specific), is inclusion on the Wiki warranted?
Personally, I'd like to see any/all well presented and useful
documentation on the Wiki, but that's just my personal opinion and I can
understand if others deem it a place best kept to CentOS specific content.
The other issue (if the Wiki were kept CentOS specific) is where to draw
the line. Take my own Howtos/articles on securing SSH and IPTables -
both are essentially generic content applicable to all distros that
contain very little that is specific to CentOS.
Interested to hear others thoughts
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