in reply to
Re^4: Page not found issue while accessing a link from perl monk's tutorial (ownership)
in thread Page not found issue while accessing a link from perl monk's tutorial
I like the idea of creating a copy of a tutorial that is owned by pedagogues if edits to the original node are required
Interestingly, this is the approach often taken by SiteDocClan in the PerlMonks FAQ,
since we generally disdain linking to non-SiteDocClan-editable nodes.
For example, faqlet How do I post a question effectively? was written to "supercede" jeffa's (excellent) tutorial How (Not) To Ask A Question.
I observe that this is also tangentially related to the question of whether
Pedagogues should be in the business of writing new tutorials.
The concensus answer among Pedagogues has been "no", though of course
individuals are free to write tutorials as they will.
(Cabal: see Pedagogues Wiki beginning (well, ending, actually) at
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