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This article was originally created by crond and e-mailed to me, per his request I am working on grammar and content revisions. Once the article is complete it will be posted in the howto section.
Matthew Fillpot 2012/08/31 21:20


Matt, if there was discussion regarding this page when it was in the playground, please COPY to here. Thanks, and have a great weekend! — V. T. Eric Layton 2012/08/31 19:51

There were no prior notes or discussions in reference to this article, it is a new work that I am assisting with.

Matthew Fillpot 2012/08/31 21:17

Eric, should this article be included in the slackware tag since it is Slackware specific or ommited from that tag since it is a third party application?
Matthew Fillpot 2012/08/31 22:48

IMHO, the sbopkg page should be moved into the slackware: namespace when it is ready. Be aware that articles in slackware, slackdocs and slackbook namespaces are considered as “core” pages“ meaning the Wiki editors can make content related changes without prior consultation. For pages in the howto: namespace, we will respect page ownership and not make significant content changes without prior consulting of the author. You choose where the article goes. Add a page tag that equals the namespace (slackware, or howtos)
Eric Hameleers 2012/09/01 08:02

Also, I removed the ”do not edit“ warning, since talk: pages are free to edit. That is their purpose.
Eric Hameleers 2012/09/01 08:07

Thank you for the input, this document will be placed into the slackware namspace when it is complete. Is there currently a way to move a document and the associated discussion pages or will it need to be moved through cut and paste?

https://www.dokuwiki.org/plugin:pagemove?s[]=moving&s[]=pages :-)
or then again, maybe not: “This plugin is reaching the end of its useful life. It was first created more than 6 years ago before DokuWiki had plugins and metafiles so had to do all the searching for backlinks, forwardlinks and media itself. Based on current reports, it is not able to achieve its main design criterion of maintaining page link integrity.” :-(V. T. Eric Layton 2012/09/01 13:12

Also sorry for the “do not edit” tag on this page, I meant it for the primary document.
Matthew Fillpot 2012/09/01 12:18

This document will be revised and published after the sbopkg developers decide how to handle the the new dependency flags and if the dependencies will be handled by default. — Matthew Fillpot 2012/09/15 19:56

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