[ODE] Re: ODE Digest, Vol 26, Issue 8
russ at q12.org
Wed Oct 12 09:47:37 MST 2005
the wiki is editable for everyone, you just have to following the
instructions on the top page:
"Please login first using the
http://ode.org/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?action=editprefs page and use the
password 'sesame' if you want to make edits".
this was done to prevent spambots from rubbishing the pages.
On Wed, 12 Oct 2005, Jean de Largentaye wrote:
> > oh dont you think that there should be a link on ode's website, to some
> > cool tutos ?
> Well, I'd think the Wiki would be the right place to add some
> tutorials, but I just noticed, after wanting to edit, that he Wiki
> seems read-only for most users. I'm quite new to the ODE community so
> I don't know how it's done, but it seems to me that a Wiki that is
> only writable by a select few users largely defeats the purpose of the
> What's more, it seems that the Wiki could require a little love, as it
> seems somewhat out-of-date.
> What would everyone think about opening up the Wiki some more? I know
> I have something to add in the FAQ regarding something about units ;)
> Modeling vehicles with wheels at high speeds also seems to be a FAQ
> question, and Carworld is frequently given as a working example of a
> solution, so it would also be useful to include a link to that, maybe
> even a commented tutorial :)
> Of course, I realize that this would shift the community focus towards
> the Wiki and away from the ML, and I know by experience that some
> people would object to that. In the end, I think this is a
> doc/usability issue attached to a community issue. Now flame me :)
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