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==Can I edit the documents posted by others?==
 
==Can I edit the documents posted by others?==
  
Yes. But before you start "fixing" whatever you believe its wrong or inaccurate, try to debate your point with people on the related mailling list, or add your complaint to the ''discussion'' section that accompanies every posted document.
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Yes. But before you start "fixing" whatever you believe its wrong or inaccurate, try to debate your point with people on the related mailling list, or add your complaint to the '''discussion''' section that accompanies every posted document.
  
Every edition that is made is logged on the '''history''' page that accompanies every document. For example, see the history of [http://www.qmailwiki.org/index.php?title=Help:Contents&action=history this document].
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Every edition that is made is logged on the '''history''' section that accompanies every document. For example, see the history of [http://www.qmailwiki.org/index.php?title=Help:Contents&action=history this document].
  
 
==Where do I learn to edit wiki documents?==
 
==Where do I learn to edit wiki documents?==

Revision as of 13:25, 23 June 2005

Contents

What's this website?

This site is a place where people can share documentation about everything that relates with the Qmailserver, everything.

The word wiki turned to a synonym of a website where everyone has write permissions on it. The biggest wiki website at this moment is the http://www.wikipedia.org, a totally user contributed virtual encyclopedia.

So put your hands at work and start sharing your documents.

Can I edit the documents posted by others?

Yes. But before you start "fixing" whatever you believe its wrong or inaccurate, try to debate your point with people on the related mailling list, or add your complaint to the discussion section that accompanies every posted document.

Every edition that is made is logged on the history section that accompanies every document. For example, see the history of this document.

Where do I learn to edit wiki documents?

The best guide is in wikipedia's How to edit a page

Create a user for you user

Don't forget to create a user for you. This way all contributions you make will be attibuted to your user, instead of your IP address. Create your user here.

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