Diff for /wikisrc/wiki/start.mdwn between versions 1.1 and 1.9

version 1.1, 2010/02/03 16:05:20 version 1.9, 2014/06/11 00:28:56
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 7. Edit via [[wiki/cvs]] or [[wiki/web]].  ### Setup
 > If you're a NetBSD developer, you can already [[commit to `wikisrc`|wiki/cvs]]. You don't need to set anything up. You don't even need a web browser. For more traditional [[in-browser editing|wiki/web]], just set a [[kerberos/password]] first. (It happens to be a [[Kerberos]] password, too.)  
   
 7. Play in the [[SandBox]] (or read [[FormattingHelp|ikiwiki/formatting]]).  If you're a NetBSD developer, you can:
 > Text is formatted in [[ikiwiki/Markdown]] with [[ikiwiki/WikiLink]] and [[ikiwiki/directive]] extensions. When editing in a browser, help is always available via the link at the bottom of the form.  
   
 7. Create yourself a [[users]] page.  * [[commit to `wikisrc`|cvs]] (no web browser needed!)
 > This is your home page on the wiki, and also lets you sign your discussion posts like so. --[[schmonz]]  * [[edit in your browser|web]] (with easy previewing! just set a [[kerberos/password]] first)
   
 7. Write whatever you like, wherever you like.  Either or both. Whichever's more convenient when the urge strikes you.
 > It's a wiki! Have fun. :-)  
   If you're not a NetBSD developer, you can add a comment to any page.
   We intend to develop some custom features for ikiwiki that'll provide
   more meaningful ways for you to participate. Until then, please
   bear with us and comment freely.
   
   ### Wikitext
   
   Text is [[formatted|ikiwiki/formatting]] in [[ikiwiki/Markdown]],
   with [[ikiwiki/WikiLink]] and [[ikiwiki/directive]] extensions.
   When editing in a browser, help is always available via a link below
   the textarea. Various [[templates]] are available as well.
   
   To see what Markdown does with your input, there is
   [Dingus](http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/dingus) (it's an external
   site) which
   also has a nice cheat-sheet for the Markdown-syntax.
   
   Feel free to use the [[wiki/graphic_chart]] as an example
   for your page. You are not forced to follow its layout, but
   it can help you to quickly design pages so that they look better integrated
   with the rest of the wiki.
   
   To practice, you can play in the [[SandBox]].
   
   
   ### Your first page
   
   If you're a developer, create a [[users]] page for yourself. It's
   your personal wiki space, and also lets you sign your discussion
   posts like so. --[[schmonz]]
   
   ### What next
   
   Write whatever you like, wherever you like. It's a wiki! Have fun. :-)

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