Thanks for coming up with an alternative since DokuWiki broke, Jaap. Contributing to a documentation project on GitHub might be a little tricky for those who are used to a system like DokuWiki, but it should work just fine for us who are interested in Zim, I hope. On the other hand, it may be easier than DokuWiki for those who are used to software development workflows where you check out a resource, make changes to source code, and push changes back to the source.
If no one else does so in the next couple of weeks, I'll try to get in there and make a definitive set of instructions for newbies to contribute to the wiki (assuming the audience is not familiar with DVCS workflows and git), by the middle of November. I've also got some actual content I'll be adding in the next couple of months. On Tue, Oct 29, 2013 at 4:40 PM, Jaap Karssenberg < jaap.karssenb...@gmail.com> wrote: > In the mean time I did look into why the community wiki on the website > stopped working. Turns out the php install of my hosting provider is no > longer compatible with the dokuwiki install. As an experiment I moved the > main content (*) to a github wiki. > > So the community documentation can now be found here: > https://github.com/jaap-karssenberg/zim-wiki/wiki > > Feel free to contribute and document any hacks there as well. >
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