Drafts on the Wiki

This message from the Feedback Form to the Docs list comes from a user who
is, understandably, confused by one of the many “draft” pages on the SDL2
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From: noreply@wiki.libsdl.org (Quick Feedback Form)
Date: Tue, Jul 31, 2012 at 12:07 AM
Subject: [SDL docs] SDL Wiki Feedback
To: docs at libsdl.org

Feedback from page:
http://wiki.libsdl.org/moin.cgi/SDL_QuitEvent * Formatting is thoroughly
broken in the remarks section. *

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The Style Guide (http://wiki.libsdl.org/moin.cgi/SGFunctions) states that

Pages with DRAFT at the top are in progress and will often contain unusual

content, formatting, or notes. Please do not remove or modify these. That
will all be corrected/removed upon final edit.

But it’s a wiki. There will never be a final edit. Liner notes? The ideas
are preserved in past edits on the Info page, so keeping the page clean for
the benefit of readers need not hurt the creative process.

I suggest we lift the ban on editing draft pages and adopt the "be bold?"
edit mentality. That is, current editors should be empowered to effect
decisions on these draft pages. (Meanwhile, anyone interested in
contributing to the Wiki should check out
http://wiki.libsdl.org/moin.cgi/Contributing to get involved.)