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Name Suggestions

TechZone: I like this name for several reasons: They give a clue on the pages purpose, are not biased towards either devs or system integrators, and leave room to brand them (Question to Promo team: is that a good idea). Please note that we will redirect to this domain, so people who are looking for this domain straight will still end up in the right place. The word Base in DevBase was criticized as being meaningless plus there is already a domain called, and I want to stay out of tm issues. --Danimo 01:42, 19 January 2007 (CET)
TechBase: I like this name because we already call the site that elsewhere, so there's some continuity. It also is representative of the fact that this site (as i understand it) is meant to be the base of technical information for and about KDE on the interwebs. There is a company called TechBase International which does things completely unrelated to KDE so maybe there's some tm issues, but I doubt it. Perhaps we might want to have a thing where the full name of the site is KDE Technical Base and we just call it TechBase for short --Mattr 02:22, 19 January 2007 (CET)

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Thoughts on the Scope of This Wiki

What is the scope of this wiki? Stuff seems to be coming from but what about Should this be thought of as a central repository for not only developers, but end users as well? --Argonel 06:27, 19 January 2007 (CET)

Thoughts on the Target Audiences

Perhaps someone could clarify what is meant by "system administrators". At the extreme this term could apply to everyone from those with root on their local desktop install to people managing a network of thousands of PCs. I suspect the first of these includes the vast majority of KDE users. I assume this is not what is intended as this is a separate site to -- TheoSpears
We're talking about people that administer a multitude of PCs, probably they are doing this professionally most of the time. We want to provide resources for them (howtos, scripts, pittfalls and workarounds). The wiki also gives us the unique chance that they can contribute their knowledge back (works fine e.g. on the Kolab Wiki. --Danimo 02:12, 19 January 2007 (CET)

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