[SDL] WIKI discussions?
olof.bjarnason at gmail.com
Sat Oct 9 12:04:18 PDT 2004
I have made some additions to the SDL-doc-wiki (mainly spam removals
but also some new material eg. at the Examples page), and have a
question for the list:
Sometimes there are discussions needed about certain subjects. For
example, right now the documentation for the SDL_mutexP / V APIs are
inconsistent, and I am not sure which one is correct (if any). Another
example is the examples page (no pun intended) -- I've taken the
liberty to restructure it quite drastically to reflect my personal
opinion that there should be more examples of actual SDL code
available in the documentation on a more constructive level than
per-API, which get's kind of tedious and non-informative IMHO.
I think these sort of things could be sorted out if there would be a
"discussion" page available -- either globally maybe the simplest
solution right now -- or per wiki-page.
I've seen the latter at other wikis, wikipedia.org being the prime
example, but I think the former is also feasible, especially if the
discussion-per-page option isn't available with the current
What's your opinion?
ps. Maybe I've overlooked something at the Wiki and discussions of
this kind is available -- please give me directions where in that
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