Talk:RPi Wiki Best Practice

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Obviously , this needs your input.

references query

Is the example in this page of how to include a references section broken. It seems to do nothing when I add it to Wheezy_raspi-config. Unfortunately I cannot find anything in the wiki help pages about references. KenT 10:33, 11 July 2012 (UTC)


Official elinux.org guidelines discussion

Just found this a minute ago : Volunteer_editor_tasks Ghans

This is not your private wiki

For a general overview about eLinux.org , read this first: Help:About
ADMINS ?? So far i managed to come up with this : http://elinux.org/Special:ListUsers/sysop

User:Wmat seems to be the site founder.
More background info here : Embedded_Wiki_Task_Force_Conference_Call .

What do next ?? Ghans 14:36, 4 April 2012 (UTC)

Hi - my name is Tim Bird, and I'm one of the founders of the elinux wiki. The administrator for the site is Bill Traynor. This wiki originated with the merger of two separate wikis - one devoted to hardware and run by Tim Riker, and the other devoted to embedded use of the Linux kernel, run by me. It is sponsored by the Consumer Electronics working group of the Linux Foundation, and hosted at the Oregon State University Open Source Lab (OSUOSL), which hosts many open source projects and resources. I am very happy to host Raspberry Pi pages on this site. The RPi material, covering hardware, software, community and learning resources is exactly what this site exists for. Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions. Also, please use one of the Mailing lists for general discussion of policies, administration, etc. Thanks Tim Bird 17:15, 12 April 2012 (UTC)


Wow - thank you very much for the info. This wiki is a great tool for the RPi community. Thank you for giving us space ! I'll let this stay for some days , then move this to the discussion page. And i will subscribe to the mailing list - shouldn't have neglected that. Ghans 17:02, 15 April 2012 (UTC)

Keep Basic Structure >> Rename R-Pi to RPi

I feel we should start a renaming effort (by means of 'move page'?) to 'rename' all "R-Pi_Blablabla" pages to "RPi_Blablabla"