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==Waninkoko's Releases==
 
==Waninkoko's Releases==
 
I believe Waninkoko's releases should be listed as they are note-worthy releases of homebrew applications. I know there is tension between some of the members of WiiBrew, including some of the staff, and Waninkoko but this does not make his releases any less useful. I do not believe, however, that they should simply be added back without discussion and possibly approval by a sysop. --[[User:Hiker13526|Hiker13526]] 23:43, 7 May 2008 (PDT)
 
I believe Waninkoko's releases should be listed as they are note-worthy releases of homebrew applications. I know there is tension between some of the members of WiiBrew, including some of the staff, and Waninkoko but this does not make his releases any less useful. I do not believe, however, that they should simply be added back without discussion and possibly approval by a sysop. --[[User:Hiker13526|Hiker13526]] 23:43, 7 May 2008 (PDT)
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: I asked [[User:bushing]] what his stance was on Waninkoko's releases appearing on the wiki:
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[02:23:23] <Hiker1352> Are links to Waninkoko's [releases] allowed
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on WiiBrew? And are they allowed to be placed in the Homebrew
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Releases section that appears on the main page?
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[02:23:55] <@bushing> Hiker1352: yes, depending on what the software is
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[02:24:13] <Hiker1352> Thus far, are there currently any bans on any
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of his releases?
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[02:25:48] <@bushing> Hiker1352: eh, I dunno. I tend to find it not
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very useful to outright ban stuff, but I will take down links to e.g.
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hacked versions of the homebrew channel since they're hacked copies
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of something I helped write
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:In the future, before removing valid releases from the news page, the matter should be discussed on the talk page. I am replacing the news articles as they are now known to be allowed. If someone has good reason for them to not appear in the news then please say so on this talk page. --[[User:Hiker13526|Hiker13526]] 00:42, 8 May 2008 (PDT)
  
 
==Release Archive==
 
==Release Archive==
 
I have a few proposals for the Homebrew Releases news. I think the news should be moved to [[Project:Homebrew Releases]]. Also, rather than creating a [[Homebrew_Releases_Archive|separate article]] for past news items, I think it best to create a subpage. I propose a single archive page per month. For May, it would be [[Project:Homebrew_Releases/May_2008]], and so on. I believe this would make for a better long-term organization method. This method was adapted from Wikipedia's news and picture of the day archive. --[[User:Hiker13526|Hiker13526]] 23:43, 7 May 2008 (PDT)
 
I have a few proposals for the Homebrew Releases news. I think the news should be moved to [[Project:Homebrew Releases]]. Also, rather than creating a [[Homebrew_Releases_Archive|separate article]] for past news items, I think it best to create a subpage. I propose a single archive page per month. For May, it would be [[Project:Homebrew_Releases/May_2008]], and so on. I believe this would make for a better long-term organization method. This method was adapted from Wikipedia's news and picture of the day archive. --[[User:Hiker13526|Hiker13526]] 23:43, 7 May 2008 (PDT)

Revision as of 09:42, 8 May 2008

wii paint has been on the Homebrew_apps page since 20 april: http://wiibrew.org/index.php?title=Homebrew_apps&diff=prev&oldid=8314 , i wil modify the date in the list and link to the proper wiibrew page Bitflusher 08:42, 23 April 2008 (PDT)

NoNameNo released ExistenzE : Homebrew_apps/ExistenzE the 6th May

Waninkoko's Releases

I believe Waninkoko's releases should be listed as they are note-worthy releases of homebrew applications. I know there is tension between some of the members of WiiBrew, including some of the staff, and Waninkoko but this does not make his releases any less useful. I do not believe, however, that they should simply be added back without discussion and possibly approval by a sysop. --Hiker13526 23:43, 7 May 2008 (PDT)

I asked User:bushing what his stance was on Waninkoko's releases appearing on the wiki:
[02:23:23] <Hiker1352> Are links to Waninkoko's [releases] allowed
on WiiBrew? And are they allowed to be placed in the Homebrew
Releases section that appears on the main page?
[02:23:55] <@bushing> Hiker1352: yes, depending on what the software is
[02:24:13] <Hiker1352> Thus far, are there currently any bans on any
of his releases?
[02:25:48] <@bushing> Hiker1352: eh, I dunno. I tend to find it not
very useful to outright ban stuff, but I will take down links to e.g.
hacked versions of the homebrew channel since they're hacked copies
of something I helped write
In the future, before removing valid releases from the news page, the matter should be discussed on the talk page. I am replacing the news articles as they are now known to be allowed. If someone has good reason for them to not appear in the news then please say so on this talk page. --Hiker13526 00:42, 8 May 2008 (PDT)

Release Archive

I have a few proposals for the Homebrew Releases news. I think the news should be moved to Project:Homebrew Releases. Also, rather than creating a separate article for past news items, I think it best to create a subpage. I propose a single archive page per month. For May, it would be Project:Homebrew_Releases/May_2008, and so on. I believe this would make for a better long-term organization method. This method was adapted from Wikipedia's news and picture of the day archive. --Hiker13526 23:43, 7 May 2008 (PDT)