Come to RecentChangesCamp 2010! (aka RoCoCo)
June 25–27 in Montréal
To learn more see the Wagn documentation. Common curiousities:
If you have questions about using this wiki, you might reach someone live on Internet Relay Chat, or you can contact the Wagn guys by various means, or just ask your question here and someone will answer it shortly:
Q: How do you communicate on a wiki like this - is there a space like MediaWiki's talk page?
A: This is typically done in Wagn by including a +discussion card — fandom is an example here; for an explanation, see Common Wagn patterns. Of course you can also leave comments on the card itself, old-school wiki style.
Q: How can I edit the Menu and Help cards?
A: You can double-click in any card to edit it.
Q: Is there notification for +discussion cards?
A: Alas, not yet. It is high on our list.
Q: How can I upload a pdf?
A: Create a New Card (there's a link at the very top of every page), and set it's card type to File. Then click on the Browse... button to upload the pdf.
Q: How do I edit a previous version to achieve a page revert? --MarkDilley
A: In the Changes tab of every card you can go through different versions and click on Save as current when you find the version you want to revert to.
Q: I'm an old member, what happened to my name and password?
A: If you try to sign in, you'll see an interface to reset your password if you've forgotten it. If you don't remember what email address you used, leave a note here and we'll try to help.
Q: How do I change my password?
A: In the Options tab on your home card.
Q: On the main page, after clicking "edit" I had to scroll way down (about 10 screens of blank) to find the "save" and "cancel" buttons. --PeteForsyth
A: Known bug, but we hadn't ticketed it yet; thanks!
Q: How do you sort a list alphabetically when some items are links and some are not? (The brackets count as a different character.) --Kristin Webb-Tomson
A: Manually — in other words ignore the brackets, and copy & paste names to where they should go.
What do you mean manually?
you may use any programming language, and any sorting algorithm, with a if-then-else instruction!
--Adrian (Not signed in).....Mon Mar 30 14:56:44 -0700 2009