Tianocore community page on who we are - please review
(Resending; my previous attempt to post this response failed, and I even
lost the original version of my response, so I'm rewriting it again from
a draft. I've also cleaned up the garbage in the address list now -- I
think that may have contirbuted to me failing to send the message at
On 10/02/20 01:52, Guptha, Soumya K wrote:
Hi Folks,I'm confused -- I understood the document was published already in the
and the other day Liming even posted a patch for it, introducing the
Release Manager Role:
I reviewed the patch (I suggested some improvements):
In other words, the document is already as "live" as it gets. It's up on
the wiki for anyone to read and to propose updates for.
Importantly, it's going to be difficult if we edit the document through
Before publication, we edited the document through Google Docs -- that
was an acceptable collaboration tool at that stage. Now that the
document resides in the Wiki, the preferred format for proposing
changes, and discussing those changes, is the usual patch review
workflow on edk2-devel.
We've followed this method for a long time now, for important wiki
articles. For trivial changes to important articles, and for all kinds
of changes to low visibility / low impact articles, using the WebUI is
acceptable. But this is an important change to an important document.
Furthermore, for wiki contributors that do not have wiki accounts (with
write access anyway), posting patches to edk2-devel is the *only* way to
contribute to the wiki. In the future, we might want to rebase that
workflow *too* to github.com pull requests, but even then, the preferred
format to express / propose a wiki change will still remain "patch".
Apologies if I misunderstood something; my point is, if I'm supposed to
review a change to the "Who we are" article in the wiki, please point me
to a patch on edk2-devel.