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Anyone with a user account can edit the wiki, and be a wiki editor. However, few of them help, contribute and maintain the wiki on a daily basis. We do and that makes us the Wiki Team. We provide high quality product information, clear documentation and a place for collaboration on projects. All of this in a well structured, standardized and easy readable way. By the way: If you are looking for help about this wiki you should head over to the Wiki Portal and continue from there.
Note: Our primary goal is to get old links working. Please do not remove redirects that do just that, temporarily fix links that worked in the old English wiki. Later, we will go through them and remove links that are not used, but for now they make transition easier.
The ways to contact us:
- Connect openSUSE: Wiki maintainers join our group, it's free, it's fun, it's rewarding.
- IRC: #opensuse-wiki is low traffic channel.
- Forums: openSUSE Wiki discussions is not supervised for new posts all the time.
- Wiki: Message board is not supervised for new posts all the time.
- email@example.com - For openSUSE wiki related topics.
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How to join
Do you want to join us in our efforts? Just swing by our communication channels and become a regular. Pick up maintenance tasks, hang out, have fun.
These tasks are always in need of attention
- Obsolete pages—Pages that are not needed anymore because they describe obsolete stuff.
- Pages to cleanup—Pages that don't currently meet our high standard of excellence.
- Pages to merge—Pages that need to be merged with other pages.
- Pages to expand—Pages that need to be expanded to fully cover a topic.
- Pages to move to the SDB—Pages that should be polished to adhere the Support Database (SDB) standards and be moved to the category SDB.
- Pages to delete—Pages that have been marked for deletion.
- Lonely pages— These are pages are not linked to from any other page, and thus inaccessible without the use of the search engine.
- Wanted pages— These pages don't exist, but there are two or more links to them. In other words, if you want to write article that people need check this list first.
- Double redirects— Redirects that redirect to a redirect
- Broken redirects— Redirects that redirect to a non-existing page
- Unused categories— Categories with no pages in it
- Uncategorized pages— Pages that are not in any category
- Wanted Categories — Used categories without description and without being a member of an other category (=without being a subcategry)