There are a few wiki pages now, where I personally cannot help a lot with because I am not very knowledgeable on the topic. And because I haven’t personally tried them. Due to time constraints. It’s also a good sign, because the knowledge is growing.
(Those pages are only checked for non-maliciousness by me.)
- YaCy Decentralized Search Engine
- Nym Servers and Pseudonymous Emails
- Deprecated/grsecurity - Whonix
- Whonix ™ for KVM
For these it’s not useful for me to get any private mails or approaches.
Since we’ll be potentially getting more contributions, I suggest to add a small
maintainer table in the right top of [every | these] wiki pages. It’s also useful for me to know who is responsible for those.
Done this for 2 examples for now. Please check those out.
The support link could link to a sub forum, a specific forum discussion or similar.
Created a wiki template for this purpose:
Please comment what you think about these table generally. What entries it should contain and so forth.
Does anyone know how to move this table to the very right of the page? So it does [almost] not add up to the length the page? I think having this table right to the table of contents would be a good spot.