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From: dguido at gmail.com (Daniel Guido)
Date: Sun, 4 Mar 2007 14:18:13 -0500
Why hasn't anyone suggested just making a 'Documentation' section on
the official Metasploit Trac wiki?
On 3/4/07, Dennis Gu"nnewig <lex001 at gmx.de> wrote:
I think a wiki would be a great idea. Less problems with out-dated information. :-)
Ronaldo Zhou schrieb:
Wiki seems a good choice. I once read a book about penetration based on
wiki. Different styles and perspectives make things better.
On 3/4/07, * Chris Byrd* <cbyrd01 at gmail.com <mailto:cbyrd01 at gmail.com>>
Unless the devs want to host it at metasploit.com
<http://metasploit.com>, I could host it on
a Drupal install. Its got a specific book module, and can do a
wiki-like markup. We could register a domain, or use my existing
I'm curious as to what folks think (especially the devs).
On 3/3/07, evb <dsmntl at cox.net <mailto:dsmntl at cox.net>> wrote:
> Maybe it could be done in the form of a wiki.
> :-----Original Message-----
> :From: Chris Byrd [mailto:cbyrd01 at gmail.com
<mailto:cbyrd01 at gmail.com>]
> :Sent: Saturday, March 03, 2007 6:26 PM
> :To: framework at metasploit.com <mailto:framework at metasploit.com>
> :Subject: Re: [framework] msf book
> :If HDM and Skape are behind it, I'd be glad to work on the
> :book, and provide hosting for it.
> :- Chris
> :On 3/3/07, Kim Guldberg <kim at bufferzone.dk
<mailto:kim at bufferzone.dk>> wrote:
> :> Why don't We write it, as a community effort, online and
> :free as free beer.
> :> regards
> :> Kim Guldberg