Wikipage Changeset proposed for deletion
benoit.boissinot at ens-lyon.org
Sun Oct 28 23:44:33 CDT 2012
On Sun, Oct 28, 2012 at 9:36 PM, Pierre-Yves David <
pierre-yves.david at ens-lyon.org> wrote:
> On 26 oct. 2012, at 00:59, Adrian Buehlmann wrote:
> > Matt marked the wikipage ChangeSet
> > http://mercurial.selenic.com/wiki/ChangeSet
> > as proposed for deletion:
> > http://mercurial.selenic.com/wiki/ChangeSet?action=diff&rev2=40&rev1=39
> > (as a minor remark, he failed to comply with what's stated on the page
> > WikiCleanup , which says in section 3.9 to also add the page to the
> > category CategoryProposedDeletion)
> > WikiCleanup states in section 1 ("Goal"), that "duplication of book and
> > help content" .. "probably doesn't makes sense to include in the wiki".
> > Looking at the history of the ChangeSet page
> > http://mercurial.selenic.com/wiki/ChangeSet?action=info
> > it was created by user "waste" on 2005-08-26 with the content:
> > http://mercurial.selenic.com/wiki/ChangeSet?action=recall&rev=1
> > If we look at the front page of the wiki , we see a link to
> > BeginnersGuides  under the heading "Getting started".
> > The first link on the BeginnersGuides page links to the page
> > UnderstandingMercurial , which "attempts to illustrate some of the
> > basic concepts" (as noted on that page).
> > On UnderstandingMercurial, the first occurrence of the word "changeset"
> > links to the page ChangeSet, which is now proposed for deletion.
> > Googling for the word "changeset" lists the ChangeSet wikipage as second
> > position, right after the wikipedia article. I don't see any link to the
> > "Mercurial Book".
> You live in a google bubble. What you get when searching for something
> have no meaning for other people. I'm getting to the Mercurial wiki on very
> trivial unrelated sentence for example.
> You should try to break this bubble when audit the "google rank" of our
> wiki page. Maybe by using tor ? Benoit or Augie will have better idea
Since you asked: Using incognito window is sufficient (and changeset is
ranked 3rd for me on google.com US, same in incognito and logged in).
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