linux-poweredge FAQ/wiki?

Ray Van Dolson rvandolson at
Tue Jan 23 13:17:41 CST 2007

On Tue, Jan 23, 2007 at 11:13:19AM -0800, Peter Serwe wrote:
> For any given private entity to do so opens them up for Dell to disagree.
> If the disagreement on some portion of the content is large enough, that
> could lead to litigation. That being said, posting a collection of 
> information
> collected from this list in a mildly organized format can't be wrong.
> Of course, if it's any piece of it is even mildly or innocuously 
> contentious,
> trouble could ensure. I would not be surprised if you company didn't go
> for it, but I might be willing to host it under one of my private domains.
> For that matter, other people probably wouldn't mind hosting it on theirs
> as well. I'm actually in the grips of trying to fire up mediawiki for my own
> internal purposes.
> Peter

Maybe there are legal disclaimers that would help abate some of this risk.
Maybe not.  In any case, I suspect you're right and they won't go for it.

Either way, certainly a useful idea that I would support irregardless of where
it ends up being hosted.


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