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Post by stf » Mon 18 Aug 2008 12:43

I think we should start filling the wiki. I would expect our admin to guide us through this process. For instance I am having problems with references: methods used in Wikipedia do not seem to work here.

A "howto" page in the wiki could be helpful.

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Post by admin » Mon 18 Aug 2008 14:40

stf wrote:I think we should start filling the wiki. I would expect our admin to guide us through this process. For instance I am having problems with references: methods used in Wikipedia do not seem to work here.

A "howto" page in the wiki could be helpful.
Yes, it could be helpful.

Unfortunately, I do not have the time and energy to do everything that could be helpful (or do it in a timely manner), nor do I have an answer to everything, at least not right-away.

Fortunately, everyone can contribute to the wiki, including help or howto pages. In fact, that is exactly the essence of the Wiki concept.

Please note that the LymeWiki, as well as other information and services of LymeNet Europe, are provided "as is" without warranty of any kind.

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Post by stf » Mon 18 Aug 2008 14:47

Okay but how do we know how the references work? You are the admin.

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Post by admin » Mon 18 Aug 2008 15:33

stf wrote:Okay but how do we know how the references work?
In the LymeWiki it is not yet possible to use references like the way you can in Wikipedia. I just found out I need to install an extension to add this function. I will try to fix this in a timely manner..

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Post by stf » Mon 18 Aug 2008 15:56

That's great. :-)

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