Following on from a zope-dev thread:
On 3/15/06, Chris Withers <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Simon Michael wrote:
> You forgot to make a page under http://zopewiki.org/Products . Doh! :)
> Only half joking. If I'm looking for a dimly-remembered product from six
> months ago, this is where I find what I need to know fastest.
Is there any chance I could persuade you to add some info on them all?
(or at least some stub pages you can point me at to edit?)
There are a lot, and more than that I don't think it's a great model to
have me typing in every product page myself.
On the other hand.. it wouldn't take *that* long..
If you and I another volunteer or three spent 10 minutes a day on #zope, it
wouldn't take long at all.
Here's three ways to add a page:
- create by url: go to http://zopewiki.org/TheProduct . If it isn't found,
click the create button. Enter some notes. Even a single hyperlink or a
one-line description is a good start.
- create in the right place: go to http://zopewiki.org/products . Scroll
down, look for a suitable sub-category and go there. Enter "TheProduct" in
the page management form at the bottom of the page and click the create button.
- create by mail-in: subscribe (http://zopewiki.org/ZopeWiki/subscribeform)
and then forward email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] .
Here are some niceties, which you can follow if you like:
- include the word ZopeProduct, to unambiguously mark this page as a
distinct zope product. This is a little bit handy for things like
- the first paragraph is used as the page summary, so make it a nice snappy
- after that, add the home page link and any others you want. Most pages
use STX's -- definition lists.
- subscribe to the wiki or watch the front page to hear about and augment
new product pages
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