Call of writers



  • I’m not sure if I can do this kind of pledge... But I’ll do it anyway :P

    http://developer.qt.nokia.com/wiki/QtJambi

    Jambi’s wiki page is quite without any information, especially about anything related to community. We are nearing release of 4.7 version and that page still is just giving 4.5 links, with a tiny link to our website. And not a sight of any other content.

    So, as this christmas competition is going on, I suddenly got a great idea: what about you people editing it for Jambi community?

    Several ideas what to write about:
    Main page: summary of Qt Jambi with information about what it can do and download links. Mentioning differences between community releases and Nokia’s releases(basically, Nokia dropped Jambi with release of 4.5, and that’s end of that story, but I think linking to those releases would be nice)

    Sub pages:
    You want more points? Write good page for specific topic about Qt Jambi, for example building, deploying of packages, usage of generator, custom bindings, some example(hello world, for example) with compilation information and so on.

    For information, you can (of course :P) post a comment to this thread and ask, look at our "website":http://qt-jambi.org or use any other contact method "that is available.":http://qtjambi.sourceforge.net/community/interact/

    I prefer IRC, and are most of time present there, so you can get guidelines more interactively there if needed.



  • I am completely new to it. So count me in for proof reading any articles entered in wiki.



  • You can just take material from our website and insert it to wiki; the site is licenced under CC-BY-SA.

    You can also just try it and that way gain some knowledge for material. Our current material is quite minimalistic, and delegating this kind of writing to community would allow developers to actually do some developing instead of getting stuck to endless material writing :P

    I forgot that from opening post, but that’s pretty much my motive for this :)



  • [quote author="Smar" date="1292010069"]You can just take material from our website and insert it to wiki; the site is licenced under CC-BY-SA.

    You can also just try it and that way gain some knowledge for material. Our current material is quite minimalistic, and delegating this kind of writing to community would allow developers to actually do some developing instead of getting stuck to endless material writing :P

    I forgot that from opening post, but that’s pretty much my motive for this :)
    [/quote]

    Yes, I will try it for sure. May be we can have some basic beginner articles replicated here in the wiki. But copying the entire content - is that required.

    Unless and until the site is going down we don't need to do that.

    And may be for this we can have opinions from other members too and then proceed.



  • I just meant it as that you can freely use that as base of material, so no need to rewrite everything from scratch. No-one can sue one from it.


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