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From: Olivier Grisel <olivier.grisel@e...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Suggestion for an OCaml Wiki
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Richard Jones a écrit :
| On Sun, May 23, 2004 at 04:41:47PM -0300, Andrei de A. Formiga wrote:
|>    Back when people were discussing a community site for OCaml, someone
|>    suggested creating a Wiki for OCaml.

It might be my post :o)

| Myself and Christophe are going to be setting up a Wiki real soon ...
| unfortunately pressure of work has slowed down this, and the other
| thing - setting up a GForge repository.

I'm glad you're investing some time and ressources in this project. Let
me please recall my idea to structure the wiki in a way that makes it
easy to setup SIGs or meta-projects.

I quote here my own post :
Another important feature request is the possibility to organise SIGs
(Special Interest Groups) on topics such as crossplatform development,
build systems, networking, XML, databases, Internationalization (UTF-8),
RPC and webservices, GUI, mathematics and logics ... This would help the
OCaml community to struture itself into hierarchicaly specialised
sub-communities with their own mailing-list and wiki pages.
Hopefully it would enable constructive interactions between developers
working on similar projects. A good example of SIGs management is the
Python website :

I do really think that the GODI repository + a formal SIG framework will
significantly help organize third party development in a more coherent way.

I look forward to contribute to such a wiki !

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