Re: [wmii] guide links updated

From: Uriel <>
Date: Sun, 17 Aug 2008 14:13:34 +0200

What does diri have to do with what kris wants to do with wmii? I dont
get it, and I assume that then you are volunteering to maintain diri
yourself? (And go update the dozens of links all over the web pointing
to it)

If not, can you please point it to the site I bothered to setup for it
at ?

(Btw, I have found a few diri users out there that I'm trying to
support at least until werc has the few missing features they need and
they get around to migrate).

I´m not going to argue whatever the hgwiki thing is a good idea or not
(I personally think that it is cool, but Im not convinced it is the
best way to go for, but it is up to you how you run, and I might be wrong), what bothers me is you moving
shit around which I had spent time and effort moving somewhere else,
specially when it seems quite clear that you have no intention to
maintain either the project or its website (to some degree this also
goes for kris, which Im unclear whatever he is interested in
maintaining wmii or the wmii web site).



On Sun, Aug 17, 2008 at 11:03 AM, Anselm R Garbe <> wrote:
> Hi there,
> The wmii guide links have been updated now.
> I still don't understand why Uriel is complaining about the hgiki
> thing. As far as I understood the discussion regarding the new wiki
> Kris and others agreed to keep the wmii bits at resp.
> That's why I updated all wmii pages accordingly.
> That's also why all libixp and diri stuff has also been updated and
> kept at resp.
> The dwm community has already proofed that the hgiki works quite well.
> If someone is unhappy with wmii/ contents, please feel free to update
> whatever you like as described here:
> To keep track of wiki/site changes, rather subscribe to the RSS/Atom
> feed or subscribe to the wiki mailinglist:
> (
> See for other possibilities.
> Kind regards,
> --Anselm
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