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    [BETA] - Tutorials


    Hiya,

    I've put together a new tutorials interface for our growing collection, as our current 1-forum-section method just isnt scalable enough.

    http://www.linuxforums.org/tutorials/

    I will put together a submit tutorial page soon, but im taking feedback on the tutorials interface as of now.

    All comments, suggestions etc welcome.

    Cheers,

    Jason

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    Maybe you could set up the tutorials wiki style. I did a test setup of mediawiki and found it amazingly easy. With changing times and different methods it might be nice to have the tuts. easily updateable. Also, for those of us that sit around bored if it was wiki style then we could spend a few mins here or there and eventually have a vast tut section.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gwalters
    Maybe you could set up the tutorials wiki style. I did a test setup of mediawiki and found it amazingly easy. With changing times and different methods it might be nice to have the tuts. easily updateable. Also, for those of us that sit around bored if it was wiki style then we could spend a few mins here or there and eventually have a vast tut section.
    That was the original plan, but i decided against it in the end because there would be too much work involved with "wiki spam" and intergrating it with the forum authentication system. Its possibly something that will be re-visited in the future though.

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    Looks very nice, and a lot better!
    easier to find what your looking for
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    I can dig it.

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    Looks nice
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    looks promising, though, some need [ code ] tags
    http://www.linuxforums.org/tutorials...ial-13763.html
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    need to post new how to.

    I have a new how to I would like to share for fedora users how or when can I post it.

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    Re: need to post new how to.

    Quote Originally Posted by imdeemvp
    I have a new how to I would like to share for fedora users how or when can I post it.
    See the PM i sent you.

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