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Knowledge base feature

Knowledge base feature

By Frank
Published: Apr 17 2009

We search a new name of our knowledge base feature. We appreciate your help!

Knowledge base feature

Hi everyone,
we've noticed that there are just few people who are using our knowledge base/help feature. Many don't even know that we have implemented this feature. A short reminder: every application on openDesktop.org network e.g. kde-apps.org or gtk-apps.org can have its own small user generated FAQ. If you have a question or a problem with an application you can post your question together with a description and up to three screenshots. Other can help you with the problem via comments or share tips. And if you found the solutions you can add the answer to your question and mark the problem as solved. The owner of the application has full edit and delete right to the FAQ entries for his application.

Over the time, we hope to build a small user FAQ for every application.
We thought that a lot of people don't associate a knowledge base with our “help” feature. So we decided to rename the tab via a poll decision. Our brainstroming results were FAQ, Knowledge Base, Help, Questions and Answers, Tips and Tricks or Support.

What do you think? Post your opinions as a comment about above names.

The knowledge base content is also available via the open collaboration services API. http://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Specifications/open-collaboration-services
We plan to use the data for the Social Desktop in the future. So if you want to write a Plasmoid to query the knowledgebase contact us. :-)


 This Rockz

 by seraphyn on: Apr 23 2009
Score 50%

Shouldn't there be a nopaste-Feature for it, too?


I must create a system or be enslaved by another mans; I will not reason and compare: my business is to create.
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 Re: This Rockz

 by Frank on: Apr 25 2009
Score 50%

What do you mean? What is a nopaste feature? :-)


Frank Karlitschek
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 Re: Re: This Rockz

 by seraphyn on: Apr 26 2009
Score 50%

Something to paste the code for compiling errors. This destroys sometimes the layout of the pages. so, it is possible to poste an URL where the code is and too many lines, or lines with a big width never destroys the layout or will keep you scrolling into the nirvana;). On the other side it is possible then, to have the configuration-Files in a colored and linenumbered way like geshi http://qbnz.com/highlighter/. It is possible then to say, Hey, in line 16 on the configurationfile blabla is not a way to use notify-send, because the program got a problem with the blanks and before every blank an \ does not help. Could you fix it?
And it is possible, to show up new configurationoptions in the changelog:
Please bear in mind to change line 24 and 32 for the new Version, because we trigger now in a better way, so that we use less ressources.
On the other hand it is better, to post in the forum, too with this URL-Option.

Hope you understand my propositions.

I must create a system or be enslaved by another mans; I will not reason and compare: my business is to create.
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