Hey @jacekv this question comes up a bit, and even as the Tech Writer at the EF, I am not sure. I think the answer right now is that we are slowly switching the wiki to a different setup that will make making suggestions much easier.
In the meantime I’d say create an issue with your comments so at least we can find it later, when the workflow is resolved.
<ChrisChinchilla> @Hudson Jameson (souptacular) and cc @virgil
I'm not too familiar with GH wikis, but I can't see how I can revert changes / fix them. Maybe I'm missing something.
I was thinking about this…
So, there is also ETHHub of course, so prescedence is there. But if the wiki is to be the “official wiki”, then Ethereum.wiki sounds more official as a source of knowledge.
We could have both of course in terms of domains.
I’m not too bothered either way, but for reasons of giving confidence to people that they are reading the replacement version of the GitHub wiki I lean slightly towards ethereum.wiki
I can’t quite fathom what the changes here are, and if we wanted them.
Is @t4n6a1ka in this channel to discuss?
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