[hackerspaces] Deleting Wikipages

druid at stonedcoder.org druid at stonedcoder.org
Sat Nov 14 05:58:04 CET 2009

Word, wikis are prone to inadvertent damage from well meaning but 
misguided individuals

Nicolle has learned, and the page can be re-posted. That's the beauty of a 
wiki :)

For HTINK for instance, still no space, because I have realized I do more 
good in NYC organizing classes and letting NYCR do the whole full blown 
hackerspace thing. NYC gets more classes, and those people who need a 
workspace get one through NYC resistor.


On Fri, 13 Nov 2009, tetsu yatsu wrote:

> lol it's a wiki. you expect this when you have open editing. you put the
> page back up and add to the discussion page.
> On Fri, Nov 13, 2009 at 11:03 AM, Jonas Lerch <jl at cccmz.de> wrote:
>>> This is somewhat disturbing...is there a way we can perhaps reclassify
>> efforts?
>> Not much harm is done, since it was easy to recover, but still this has
>> a bitter aftertaste to me. It might be also a reason, that we have this
>> stupid war at the German wikipedia about relevance...
>>> I would hate for hackerspaces.org to unintentionally discourage a
>>> hackerspace in progress, just because of a misunderstanding on their
>>> status...
>> Well it encouraged me to track the changes on hackerspaces.org and to
>> think about how we could reorganize the list of spaces.
>> I am still not able to wrap my head around how a hacker could come to
>> the point that the deletion of a groups wikipage might be a good idea...
>> thx
>> --
>> Jonas Lerch
>> Chaos Computer Club Mainz e.V.
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>> 65009 Wiesbaden
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>> Mail: jl at cccmz.de
>> Jid: jonas. at jabber.ccc.de
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