Last I checked this forum also uses BBCode...monkeyra wrote:Hi,
2 Reasons really:
1) A wiki, unless you're conversant with it's percularities and mark-up, isn't user friendly for people to submit information to. Whereas mine uses BBCode, so if you can use a forum, you can submit a tutorial.
Easy enough to use in my view...monkeyra wrote: 2) These forums aren't user friendly, it's a very basic setup and not really a joy to use at all. That's just my opinion of course
Thankyou Pygar, that's exactly what it's all aboutPygar wrote:Any tutorial from me would be on the level of Monty Python's "Gumby Flower Arranging", so I am not in the running- but I do want to thank you for being so interested in the future of RasPi as to actually go so far!
On a wiki it usually stores all previous versions of the page, so any vandalism (even if it's by the original author) is easy for other users to revert.alexeames wrote:It's a double-edged sword though - perpetual editing - means if someone gets the hump they can edit all the threads they've ever posted in and trash whole sections of forums.
Absolutelyyou've got to use the right tool for the job
When it comes to tutorials, I seem to find multiple Guides useful as different people have different methods to do the same thing. And often while they may have the same method, they might explain it differently that different people may comprehend differently. I find multiple different version better because sometimes I do have problems understanding one over another.AndrewS wrote:
What's wrong with these official forums and the official Wiki? Lots of guides on there already...
I don't see the benefit in fragmenting useful info across multiple different sites.
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