[Box Backup] Wiki migration

Stuart Hickinbottom boxbackup at fluffy.co.uk
Sat Nov 25 16:57:17 GMT 2006

I think I've now managed to complete that (thanks to James for his help
along the way). For reference the wiki main page is here:


I've made the old wiki point to this new one on the main page (the old main
page is still available there if anyone needs it).

Along the way I've done quite a bit of spring cleaning of the pages, plus a
small about of restructuring; hopefully that will make the wiki easier to
navigate for users in particular.

I think there is room for improvement, though. Enhancements and known
problems should be tracked through tickets rather than on wiki pages, and
more use should be made of milestones. This allows a problem/idea history to
be properly tracked through raising, discussion, implementation and release.
Creating a lot more tickets won't necessarily create more tickets than can
be easily understood since they're only tabled for a release when a
developer picks one of them up and is assigned it.

I didn't want to move down that road unilaterally since a) it hasn't been
discussed and b) I'm not one of the developers so I'm the wrong person to
decide that how the development should be done! So, just an idea for
discussion, really, but that's how I've used Trac in the past.

Anyway, shout if you think anything is missing or wrong in the wiki if you
don't want to look at it yourself and I'll try to take a look.


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