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Re: [opensuse-doc] Community docs in SUSE Linux
  • From: Rajko M <rmatov101@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 22 Apr 2006 14:04:28 -0500
  • Message-id: <444A7E3C.9050404@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Alexey Eremenko wrote:
What do you think ?
Yes we need a lot of documents about almost any aspect of computer usage.

Thanks for your articles on opensuse.org about FreeNX and qemu.
Please check to see do you like formating of FreeNX.
BTW, why you put test, is it package installed, as a first step. It has
to be, otherwise it is a bug.


Well - it's wonderful !
I didn't thought that anybody read it - not to mention know that it is my :)
How did you find that I created those ? Just my name at the end of an
article or you have access to wiki changes ?

The name, otherwise it would be just your nick in the article history.
If you want to introduce yourself you may use your personal page.

You have as much access as I do :-)
http://en.opensuse.org/Special:Specialpages

1) One thing - I wish to improve - is to know how many user (different
IP addresses) read my articles. This will improve my motivation - and
give me ability to write more articles.
Possible to implement ?

Here you can see number of visits:
http://en.opensuse.org/Special:Popularpages
but that counts your visits and other members of openSUSE too.

2) Maybe also create some kind of "feedback" - a link to a blank wiki
page - so that users will write what they think about the article?
This is again - important to keep authors motivated.

I'm repeating this time after time, but as of now nothing in site.

3) how to add pictures to my articles ? I want to add two screenshots of FreeNX.

jdd answered this one.
That is classic wiki link to image.
Visit
http://en.opensuse.org/Wiki_Team
to see Peter's way to link in html style. That is new in mediawiki. I'm not sure is ti supported in version that is included with SUSE 10. My mediawiki is downloaded from www.mediawiki.org site.

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Regards,
Rajko.

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