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style.css - a dokumentation would be nice

 
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like in all software projects the documentation is the last thing programmers write stuff on. on jforum the there is also no documentation on the CSS. some documetation would be nice

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Do you wanna help us? Volunteers are always welcome

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Rafael Steil wrote:Do you wanna help us? Volunteers are always welcome

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Of cource. But were can content be edited again here. and perhaps other people (you?) would contribute some sentences too. You should use a wiki for your main page like http://www.jspwiki.org/ to enable user-work on jforum. there are several topics hard to find also there are some links.

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Anonymous wrote:
Of cource. But were can content be edited again here. and perhaps other people (you?) would contribute some sentences too. You should use a wiki for your main page like http://www.jspwiki.org/ to enable user-work on jforum. there are several topics hard to find also there are some links.

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Awasome, Heinz. However, instead of a Wiki, what if we create a forum named, say, "FAQ", "Manual" or something like this, and write all contents there? I explain: it is easier to do ( creating a new forum is a matter os seconds ) and I already have plans to make possible use the posts data outside the forum interface.
The other point is that a wiki has a very "raw" interface, and I don't think I'll have time to properly set a layout.

Then, in the main pages ( outside the forum interface ), we simple put links poiting to the topics.

What do you think?

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There is no need for an extra forum JForum has already a category "Downloading / Installing".




of cource it is, but JForum already has a category "Downloading / Installing"




just use the raw layout. it is the content that matters not the layout. you should beside be able to change the layout whitin one day i think.

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Ok.. I'll try to get a license of Confluence ( http://www.atlassian.com/software/confluence ).

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Well, I have setup Confluence for JForum. I realized that many people won't help if we don't have suck a tool.

Everyone is welcome to help. To do so, just register for an account and send me an email / Private Message that then I add to the "jforum-team" group, which will enable you guys to edit / create content.

The address it http://www.jforum.net/confluence . When we have some "strong" content, I'll integrate it with the site.

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