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To give the Wiki a better [[http://wiki.openwrt.org/start?do=index|structure]], we employ ''namespaces'' and ''categories'' (and ''tags''): To give the Wiki a better [[http://wiki.openwrt.org/start?do=index|structure]], we employ ''namespaces'' and ''categories'' (and ''tags''):
  * **Namespaces** are highest. In each of these upper namespaces, there shall be a maximum of 3 (three) sublevels.   * **Namespaces** are highest. In each of these upper namespaces, there shall be a maximum of 3 (three) sublevels.
-    * //[[http://wiki.openwrt.org/about/start?do=index|about]]// about the project in general, about OpenWrt Buildroot, etc.+    * //[[about:|about]]// about the project in general, about OpenWrt Buildroot, etc.
    * //[[toh:|TOH]]// (aka Table of Hardware),     * //[[toh:|TOH]]// (aka Table of Hardware),
    * //[[doc:|Documentation]]//     * //[[doc:|Documentation]]//
    * //[[meta:|Meta]]// is this page     * //[[meta:|Meta]]// is this page
    * //[[inbox:|Inbox]]//     * //[[inbox:|Inbox]]//
-    * //[[http://wiki.openwrt.org/doku.php?id=oldwiki:start&do=index|Oldwiki]]// serves as source and inspiration for new documentation. **Please do NOT link from wiki (=nuwiki) into the oldwiki namespace!** Please rather [[meta:migrating|migrate]] stuff when you have the time.+    * //[[oldwiki:|Oldwiki]]// serves as source and inspiration for new documentation. **Please do NOT link from wiki (=nuwiki) into the oldwiki namespace!** Please rather [[meta:migrating|migrate]] stuff when you have the time.
  * **Categories** provide the first level of the namespaces. They distinguish different kinds of **docs**:   * **Categories** provide the first level of the namespaces. They distinguish different kinds of **docs**:
-    * [[http://wiki.openwrt.org/doc/devel/start?do=index|doc:devel]] //!OpenWrt explicitly addresses developers!//+    * [[doc:devel:]] //!OpenWrt explicitly addresses developers!//
    * [[doc:faq:]]     * [[doc:faq:]]
    * [[doc:hardware:]]  about the hardware: about SoC, about CPUs (often called Cores), about soldering, etc. //Cooperation// with other Wikis //WANTED//     * [[doc:hardware:]]  about the hardware: about SoC, about CPUs (often called Cores), about soldering, etc. //Cooperation// with other Wikis //WANTED//
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Also some articles to further help users: Also some articles to further help users:
  * [[doc:howto:user.beginner.cli]]   * [[doc:howto:user.beginner.cli]]
-  * [[doc:howto:user.beginner.fhs]] 
  * [[doc:howto:user.beginner.lazy]]   * [[doc:howto:user.beginner.lazy]]
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===== Users and Permissions ===== ===== Users and Permissions =====
  * **Visitors** just pass by and read what they find useful. They don't need logins.   * **Visitors** just pass by and read what they find useful. They don't need logins.
-  * **Gardeners** are all the great people creating and editing information in this wiki. Gardeners are allowed to edit all docs, but to prevent structural chaos, new articles can only be dropped into the //[[inbox:|inbox]]//. To be a gardener all you need to do is to create an account and log in. +  * **Gardeners** are all the great people creating and editing information in this wiki. Gardeners are allowed to edit all docs and can create pages almost anywhere.  To create a page, type the url to the not yet existing page then hit the "Create this page" link.  See [[http://wiki.openwrt.org/inbox/start|this page]] for more. To be a gardener all you need to do is to create an account and log in.
  * **Moderators** are the ones who are mastering the disaster, they need to keep looking at the inbox and have an eye on edits throughout the entire wiki. Moderators take care of, and have of their focus on, structure and content.   * **Moderators** are the ones who are mastering the disaster, they need to keep looking at the inbox and have an eye on edits throughout the entire wiki. Moderators take care of, and have of their focus on, structure and content.
  * **Admins** are there to help out everywhere and also manage user permissions.   * **Admins** are there to help out everywhere and also manage user permissions.

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