[postgis-devel] Where should RFCs live?

Chris Hodgson chodgson at refractions.net
Thu Apr 28 13:53:43 PDT 2011

Yes, a link from the RFC page on the wiki is trivial regardless of where 
the actual RFC lives (assuming it must be somewhere web accecssible).

I guess I was thinking about editing, and formatting. A text file in svn 
requires an SVN checkout to edit, I admit not too much to ask of someone 
submitting a proposal, but a bit of a hassle. It is also limited in 
formatting compared to the wiki.

It is possible to get trac to render ReStructured text files in SVN for 
display, if the SVN route is preferred then I'd like to at least see 
that (you just have to add a mime-type property to the text file(s) in 


Sandro Santilli wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 28, 2011 at 12:31:42PM -0700, Chris Hodgson wrote:
>> Also, comments on the long term home for RFCs? I see there are a few 
>> older proposals in SVN trunk/doc/rfc/ however I prefer the accessibility 
>> of the wiki. I see that some of our neighbor projects have their RFCs in 
>> SVN though.
> A link from wiki to file in SVN should be straightforward.
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