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== Welcome ==
This is the front page of our ["Debian"] Wiki.

Whether you're a DebianDeveloper, a DebianUser, or just stopping by, we hope that you find something useful and fun here. We're glad you're here!

== Where to start? ==
Confused, lost, or generally afraid of Wikiness? ReadmeFirst is the place to start.

Need help with ["Debian"]? Here to ask a question, or seek advice? Go to QandA and post a question.

Just want to talk about whatever? ChitChat is the place to go.

Start a new thread on DiscussionStarters. This is the place where new topics can be started, and developed.

RecentChanges shows what's been happening on the wiki.

Wiki News is now accessible from the menu, and is using KwikiBlog.
#format wiki
#language en
#pragma section-numbers off
#pragma hide-title true
#ACL Trusted:read,write,revert Known:read,write,revert
##############################################
### So you'd like to edit this page? Please read this first!
##############################################
###
### The most common reason people edit this page seems to
### be when they're creating some new awesome page in the
### wiki, and don't know where to link it to. "So", they think, "let's stick
### it on the front page, then it will get lots of exposure and become
### even better."
###
### One problem with this plan is that your new awesome page
### is probably incomplete, needs polishing, and is not ready
### to be one click away from the front page of the Debian wiki
### The content on this front page reflects on the Debian project;
### we don't need lots of links to half-completed pages here.
###
### The other problem with this plan is that if everyone does that, the
### front page becomes an ungodly mess, that no-one reads. This has
### happened several times, and been cleaned up by _deleting_
### lots of links. To avoid that happening to your link, try to find other
### relevant pages to link to it instead. If such a page doesn't exist,
### create one. For example, if you've written a tip about configuring
### $SOME_PROGRAM in Debian, don't slap a link to it onto the
### front page. Instead, look for a page listing such tips, and add
### your page to it. If such a tips page doesn't exist, create one, and
### move any other tips from the front page to it. Make the wiki better
### organised, not just bigger!
###
### If you'd still like to see your page featured on the front page,
### consider using the SpotLight, below, for this. This can be used to
### let your page show up on the front page, until the next big
### thing comes along.
###
### Thank you for reading this and for contributing to the wiki.
### -- Joey Hess <joeyh@debian.org>