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Comment: Some Namespace considerations
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["DebianWikiTopics"] > ["DebianOn"] > [:DebianOn/Discussion:Discussion]
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## type "@ SIG@----" (no space, no quotes) at the end of your post. (see HelpOnPageCreation#variablesubstitution)
Hi!
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'''Namespace considerations''':
 * Page title is very important for search engines (when ranking a page). So page names shouldn't use !CamelCase, but Camel_Case, or Camel/Case (Try googling `"Front Page" site:wiki.debian.org` versus `"FrontPage" site:wiki.debian.org`)
 * moinmoin wiki only search keyword in titles by default, so Installing_Debian_On/Dell/Latitude_D620 has more change to match than D620)
 * The namespace is how people understand the site organisation (especially when doing a search).
 * some wiki features might work with !DebianOnThinkpadT60 but not with Debian_On_Thinkpad_T60 or with Debian/On/Thinkpad/T60 (like moving page, deleting parent page, managing attachment, finding !PageFragment, using buil-in search ...)
-- FranklinPiat [[DateTime(2007-05-28T23:28:01Z)]]----
One basic question:
On debian-user (Message-ID: <20090226025007.GA17955@SDF.LONESTAR.ORG>)
, someone posted a link to a fairly complete and long lenny installation report
on his Dell Inspiron 8600 (Link is: http://eclectic.freeshell.org/debian-8600.html)
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That's it. The four first pages are created, which makes the basic structure of !DebianOn.
 * [:DebianOn/FrontPage:FrontPage]
 * [:DebianOn/HowToContribute:How To Contribute]
Plus two sample page for [DebianOnThinkpad] and [DebianOnThinkpadT60].
I wonder if it is okay to just say: "This laptop basically works fine.
For detailled information, visit: <Link>"?
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I will make the templates later, once i have enough feed-back. Hi,
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-- FranklinPiat [[DateTime(2007-05-27T20:03:21Z)]]----
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The "Installing Debian On" wiki pages are a place where people can collaborate on the guide (like any wiki page;). Note that each vendor page, like [[InstallingDebianOn/HP]] have some links to Tuxmobile and linux-on-laptop. Those [excellent] sites are the right place to publish such links, IMO. -- FranklinPiat <<DateTime(2009-02-26T07:13:54Z)>>

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Hi! I'd like to add some inslallation notes about Lenovo B560. There is Thinkpad Category for Lenovo notebooks, but B560 is not Thinkpad. See http://shop.lenovo.com/us/products/laptops/. Should I create a new Lenovo category, or what? -- DhyanNataraj
 2011-08-05

Please do, its a wiki! -- Paul Wise

Hi!

One basic question: On debian-user (Message-ID: <20090226025007.GA17955@SDF.LONESTAR.ORG>) , someone posted a link to a fairly complete and long lenny installation report on his Dell Inspiron 8600 (Link is: http://eclectic.freeshell.org/debian-8600.html)

I wonder if it is okay to just say: "This laptop basically works fine. For detailled information, visit: <Link>"?

Hi,

The "Installing Debian On" wiki pages are a place where people can collaborate on the guide (like any wiki page;). Note that each vendor page, like InstallingDebianOn/HP have some links to Tuxmobile and linux-on-laptop. Those [excellent] sites are the right place to publish such links, IMO. -- FranklinPiat 2009-02-26 07:13:54


Hi! I'd like to add some inslallation notes about Lenovo B560. There is Thinkpad Category for Lenovo notebooks, but B560 is not Thinkpad. See http://shop.lenovo.com/us/products/laptops/. Should I create a new Lenovo category, or what? -- DhyanNataraj

  • 2011-08-05

Please do, its a wiki! -- Paul Wise