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bracket Potentially illegal links?
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==== Divide Table of Hardware by platform type ==== ==== Divide Table of Hardware by platform type ====
> OpenWrt is a deploy system for a lot of different platform, I believe that the new toh should be divided based on platform type. For example not all supported devices are wireless router, hence we should also categorize developer board and phone. What do you think?  --- //[[claudyus84@gmail.com|Claudio]] 2010/01/15 11:30// > OpenWrt is a deploy system for a lot of different platform, I believe that the new toh should be divided based on platform type. For example not all supported devices are wireless router, hence we should also categorize developer board and phone. What do you think?  --- //[[claudyus84@gmail.com|Claudio]] 2010/01/15 11:30//
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 +==== How to document procedures for different versions of OpenWRT ====
 +> Where a procedure is different between, say, Attitude Adjustment and Backfire, how should the difference be shown?
 +> e.g. in [[:doc:howto:generic.sysupgrade]] I have updated it for the changes in LuCI page layouts and included previous version and Attitude Adjustment suffixes on each line. Is this a good way to do it? Or maybe repeat the whole procedure for both versions or should the Wiki only document the latest release?
 + --- //adrianwadey 2014/01/24 10:17//
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 +==== Should the pages added to the "inbox" namespace follow existing namespaces ? ====
 +I just added a page about scripts to monitor the bandwidth, but since i don't know if there is a script namespace (see a related question), i just assumed that it existed so i added the path /inbox/script/name_of_the_page . Was i wrong?
 + --- //pier4r 2014/09/21 21:03//
 +
 +==== Namespace full of spam? ====
 +I was just navigating the index when i found an (apparently) namespace full of spam:
 +"/doc/devel/acne_cures" . How could we clean it?
 +
 +==== Are ad links and linking to modified proprietary firmware blobs allowed?  ====
 +> I ask this because of the official firmware links on [[:toh:tp-link:tl-wr841nd]]'s page. Three of the links are ad links that the uploader makes money off of which usually aren't allowed on forums or wiki pages. The fact that the links are to proprietary firmware blobs makes this much worse and likely illegal. Then there's the fact the the blobs are modified and re-hosted elsewhere which is also likely illegal. I suggest removing the links and just pointing to the relevant information on how to strip the firmware rather than potentially get the openwrt.org webmaster in trouble. --- //bracket 2014/11/02 18:39//
===== Resolved questions ===== ===== Resolved questions =====
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>> Well, I went ahead and did it.  --- //ghewson 2012/07/17 18:30// >> Well, I went ahead and did it.  --- //ghewson 2012/07/17 18:30//
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 +==== Is there a scripting namespace/section? Is there a list of all page/namespaces  section?====
 +Do a namespace/section about scripts for openwrt system exists on the wiki? (or maybe a repository somewhere?) If yes could it be exposed explicitly? (since i didn't find it yet browsing the wiki).
 +In general a list of all pages/namespace could help i guess.
 + --- //pier4r 2014/09/21 21:03//
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 +Ok i found the **index**, damn me. Sorry for bothering.
 + --- //pier4r 2014/09/21 21:15//
===== Proposals ===== ===== Proposals =====
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 +===== Interwiki links =====
 +The file ''/etc/dokuwiki/interwiki.local.conf'' on the server this dokuwiki runs on, could be augmented:<code>
 +deb      http://packages.debian.org/search?searchon=names&keywords={NAME}
 +debs      http://packages.debian.org/stable/{NAME} or better use release numbers:
 +deb7      http://packages.debian.org/wheezy/{NAME}
 +deb8      http://packages.debian.org/jessy/{NAME}
 +debt      http://packages.debian.org/testing/{NAME}
 +debu      http://packages.debian.org/unstable/{NAME}
 +</code>
 +
 +Would be cool to have on pages like [[doc/uci/transmission]], where you need to install additional packages on the remote machine. Would also be cool for [[doc/howto/buildroot.exigence]] article as well.

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