|(21 intermediate revisions by 5 users not shown)|
|−|You can find me at [ http: //www.h2g2.com/U566116] |+|
| || |
|−|Hi, Thanks for the message. I'll try and take a look and see if there is anything I can do to help out. Quick question which comes to me me straight away, who are elinux.org? Do you know what the rational was with having the RasPi wiki as part of theirs and not it's own entity? I'm just feeling at the moment that RasPi is going to be a bigger subject than Linux, if that makes sense? --[[User:AdRiley|AdRiley]] 20:28, 27 January 2012 (UTC) | |
| || |
|−|* Thanks for coming over. elinux. org are an existing wiki documenting the usage of Linux on embedded systems, and according to the Raspberry Pi Foundation this generously agreed to host the RPi wiki. I imagine it would be possible to export it at a later date, and I' m sure there are plenty of people out there who would volunteer server space. [[User: Tufty| Tufty]] 20: 34, 27 January 2012 (UTC) |+|
Thanks for . .
wiki the on the RPi
would to ,
[[User:|]] :, 2012 (UTC)
Latest revision as of 15:21, 28 April 2012
This is the talk page for Tufty
Hi. Thanks for all the work you'v been doing on the wiki, it is shaping up nicely. Thanks for the pointers re references, only done a little bit of wiki editing before.
Anyway, it is great that we can build some wiki pages which are more deserving of the work they have put in on getting the RPi ready.Meltwater - 6th Feb 2012
Hello. I just wanted to thank you for your continued and important efforts.
If we would point new wiki contributors to the Hub Talk page or our Guidelines first , a consensus could be established.
This would save you an d everybody else from creating "typo redirect" pages !
Quite some work you've done there. Thank you again.
Ghans 22:21, 28 April 2012 (UTC)