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   * [[slackware:​beginners_guide|Configure your new Slackware System]]; how to proceed after the installation has completed.   * [[slackware:​beginners_guide|Configure your new Slackware System]]; how to proceed after the installation has completed.
  
-  * [[slackware:​community|Getting Involved]]: describes various ways Slackers (both new and experienced users) can contribute to the Slackware community. ​+  * [[slackware:​community|Getting Involved]]: describes various ways Slackers (both new and experienced users) can contribute to the Slackware community
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 +  * [[slackware:​liveslak|Slackware Live Edition]]: if you want to try a //Live Edition// of Slackware before committing it to your hard drive.
  
   * [[slackware:​external|Links and pointers]]: other sites on the web offering Slackware related information.   * [[slackware:​external|Links and pointers]]: other sites on the web offering Slackware related information.
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   * [[slackbook:​start|The Slackware Linux Essentials Book]]: a valuable resource for those venturing into Slackware (or Linux in general) for the first time. The original SlackBook can be found on your Slackware CDROM or DVD, and it can also be read online: http://​slackbook.org/​beta/​   * [[slackbook:​start|The Slackware Linux Essentials Book]]: a valuable resource for those venturing into Slackware (or Linux in general) for the first time. The original SlackBook can be found on your Slackware CDROM or DVD, and it can also be read online: http://​slackbook.org/​beta/​
  
-  * [[slackware:​faq|FAQ]]:​ a list of common and frequently asked questions. ​+  * [[slackware:​faq|FAQ]]:​ a list of common and frequently asked questions
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 +  * [[slackware:​readmes|README'​s]]:​ description of the documentation which is available in the Slackware DVD root directory.
  
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   * [[howtos:​start|SlackDocs HOWTO Collection]] (**{{wikistatistics>​type=pages ns=howtos}} pages**), contributed by the Slackware community.   * [[howtos:​start|SlackDocs HOWTO Collection]] (**{{wikistatistics>​type=pages ns=howtos}} pages**), contributed by the Slackware community.
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 +  * Recent page updates (translations):​ {{changes>​ns=ar,​ca-valencia,​de,​el,​es,​fa,​fr,​id,​it,​nl,​pl,​pt-br,​ro,​ru,​sr,​uk,​zh,​zh-tw&​count=5&​type=edit,​-create,​-minor}}
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   * [[slackdocs:​styleguide|Style Guide]] a few basic rules should be kept in mind when editing pages in this Wiki.   * [[slackdocs:​styleguide|Style Guide]] a few basic rules should be kept in mind when editing pages in this Wiki.
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 +  * You can play around in the [[playground:​playground|Playground]] or your own user page to familiarize yourself with the [[wiki:​syntax|Dokuwiki markup]]. The available syntax is listed in [[wiki:​syntax|wiki:​syntax]] where you will also find pointers to the plugins which have been installed, providing additional functionality.
  
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-If you just want to talk about the content of any of our Wiki pages, or if you want to propose improvements to a page, you can use the "​discussion"​ tab which shows up at the top of every page, and leave your thoughts/​comments/​ideas there. Alternatively,​ SlackDocs also has a mailing list which can be used for content discussion and brainstorming at http://​lists.alienbase.nl/​mailman/​listinfo/​slackdocs (we keep the [[http://​lists.alienbase.nl/​pipermail/​slackdocs/​|discussion archives]]).+If you just want to talk about the content of any of our Wiki pages, or if you want to propose improvements to a page, you can use the "​discussion"​ tab which shows up at the top of every page, and leave your thoughts/​comments/​ideas there. Alternatively,​ SlackDocs also has a mailing list which can be used for content discussion and brainstorming at https://​lists.alienbase.nl/​mailman/​listinfo/​slackdocs (we keep the [[https://​lists.alienbase.nl/​pipermail/​slackdocs/​|discussion archives]]).
  
-If you are willing and able to contribute to the wiki, please see [[slackdocs:​contributing|this list]] for ideas. Perhaps you already have an idea for a new article! \\ We understand that you may be uncertain about your writing skills or unsure about how to start contributing. If that is the case, we encourage you to subscribe to the [[http://​lists.alienbase.nl/​mailman/​listinfo/​slackdocs|mailing list]] and ask for help. The people on that list will certainly offer assistance. \\ If you think that a mailing list is difficult to use, we wrote [[slackdocs:​mailing_list#​how_to_use_the_slackdocs_mailing_list|helpful instructions]] for you.+If you are willing and able to contribute to the wiki, please see [[slackdocs:​contributing|this list]] for ideas. Perhaps you already have an idea for a new article! \\ We understand that you may be uncertain about your writing skills or unsure about how to start contributing. If that is the case, we encourage you to subscribe to the [[https://​lists.alienbase.nl/​mailman/​listinfo/​slackdocs|mailing list]] and ask for help. The people on that list will certainly offer assistance. \\ If you think that a mailing list is difficult to use, we wrote [[slackdocs:​mailing_list#​how_to_use_the_slackdocs_mailing_list|helpful instructions]] for you.
  
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   * We keep some [[slackdocs:​stats|statistics]] of the activities in our Wiki.   * We keep some [[slackdocs:​stats|statistics]] of the activities in our Wiki.
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 +  * You can download an [[wp>​EPUB]] for offline reading, for both the [[epub:​slackbook|Slackware Essentials Book]] (beta) and the [[epub:​slackdocs|complete Wiki]] (english section).
  
   * If you want to know who are part of the team that is keeping the site structured and focused, visit our [[slackdocs:​contact|contact page]].   * If you want to know who are part of the team that is keeping the site structured and focused, visit our [[slackdocs:​contact|contact page]].
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 ==== Edit This Wiki ==== ==== Edit This Wiki ====
  
-You must [[http://​docs.slackware.com/​start?​do=register|create an account]] to edit this wiki (even if you only want to write something on a "​discussion"​ page). Once doneyou can play around in the [[playground:​playground|Playground]] or your own user page to familiarize yourself with the [[wiki:​syntax|Dokuwiki markup]]. The available syntax is listed in [[wiki:​syntax|wiki:​syntax]] where you will also find pointers ​to the plugins ​which have been installed, providing additional functionality.+You must [[https://​docs.slackware.com/​start?​do=register|create an account]] to edit pages in this Wiki. In order to fight spam, your new account will not be able to edit this Wiki immediately. One of the Wiki admins ​will have to enable it first, ​which usually does not take long.
  
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