Annotation of wikisrc/wiki/start.mdwn, revision 1.7
1.2 wiki 1: ### Setup
1.1 wiki 2:
1.3 schmonz 3: If you're a NetBSD developer, you can [[commit to `wikisrc`|cvs]].
4: No setup. No web browser needed. For [[in-browser editing|web]],
5: just set a [[kerberos/password]] first.
1.1 wiki 6:
1.4 wiki 7: If you're not a NetBSD developer, [[tell us your OpenID|non-developer]].
1.1 wiki 8:
1.2 wiki 9: ### Wikitext
1.3 schmonz 11: Text is [[formatted|ikiwiki/formatting]] in [[ikiwiki/Markdown]],
12: with [[ikiwiki/WikiLink]] and [[ikiwiki/directive]] extensions.
13: When editing in a browser, help is always available via a link below
1.5 wiki 14: the textarea.
1.7 ! wiki 16: To see what Markdown does with your input, there is
! 17: [Dingus](http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/dingus) (it's an external
! 18: site) which
! 19: also has a nice cheat-sheet for the Markdown-syntax.
1.6 wiki 21: Feel free to use the [[wiki/graphic_chart]] as an example
1.5 wiki 22: for your page. You are not forced to follow its layout, but
23: it can help you to quickly design pages so that they look better integrated
24: with the rest of the wiki.
26: To practice, you can play in the [[SandBox]].
1.2 wiki 27:
28: ### Your first page
1.4 wiki 30: If you're a developer, create a [[users]] page for yourself. It's
31: your personal wiki space, and also lets you sign your discussion
32: posts like so. --[[schmonz]]
1.2 wiki 33:
34: ### What next
36: Write whatever you like, wherever you like. It's a wiki! Have fun. :-)
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