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[Xen-users] Wiki state

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  • Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2011 16:16:30 +0000
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I would like to understand how come the wiki seems to so deprived of
attention. I am trying to research XCP for example and a lot of the
links point to pages that don't exist etc.

Is the documentation team under-staffed?

Is there some other resource that has become the de-facto place to go
when wanting documentation?

Thank you for your time,
Remember -- I am only trying to understand

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