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Before we get started here, did we want to decide on a layout/skin.  I like the [http://www.thinkwiki.org/ ThinkWiki] skin.  I believe rt-linux is using a variant of this skin as well, or so said Ted.  Or do we want to get more original?
--[[User:Wmat|Wmat]] 05:16, 13 October 2006 (EEST)
:First, how do I indent?  I tried to find out using the Editing help link, but that page is empty. OK, so we need a buglist or feature request list also.  OK, now to my actual comment:  I think this is a good start.  I'd say the site should be organized using portals.  The main page should consist almost entirely of links to portals.  Here is a list of possible portals: kernel, tools, distributions, hardware, companies, distributions, middleware, technologies --[[User:Tbird|Tbird]] 21:48, 13 October 2006 (EEST)
::I guess you figured out the indenting using colons to indicate number of tab stops.  I agree with the portal idea, assuming you define a portal as a cluster of like content.  The Main page layout is geared toward exactly that.  I don't want to simply recreate the Table of Contents from the CELF Public Wiki though, I'd like to try to organize things more logically.  I'll begin putting out the idea for 3 Main Content Clusters:
:::# Development Resources
:::# Industry Information
:::# Research & Development
::I'll add subcategories directly to the Main page --[[User:Wmat|Wmat]] 22:10, 13 October 2006 (EEST)
OK, I put up a basic structure for the main page based off of thinkwiki.orgs layout.  I'll add in potential real headings soon for discussion.
--[[User:Wmat|Wmat]] 06:32, 13 October 2006 (EEST)
== pages that imho can be deleted ==
http://www.elinux.org/ELinuxWiki:Sandbox (if I click on sandbox in the editing help I get to: http://www.elinux.org/index.php?title=eLinux.org:Sandbox&action=edit)
pages with no content and no links:
small useless pages, either without link with mention that they can be deleted:

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