[sword-devel] Please put howto solutions in an operational wiki. Re: summaries? Re: How do you?

avolunteer DrStovallFoundation pythondrs at yahoo.com
Mon Dec 18 18:53:06 MST 2006

Your suggestion is great.  I Googled wiki crosswire sword bible and got

Clicking on that link gave me
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Whenever we have an operational wiki, I pray that people who find a solution
after trial and error exchanges on this site or just as a matter of their
own discovery will post the shortest clearest most complete summary of that
solution on http://www.crosswire.org/wiki/solutions.

For enabling others to do things quicker and better,
a volunteer, DrStovallFoundation

--- Peter von Kaehne <refdoc at gmx.net> wrote:

> Is this not something which should go into the Wiki? 
> -------- Original-Nachricht --------
> Datum: Sun, 17 Dec 2006 16:57:53 -0800 (PST)
> Von: J H Stovall <pythondrs at yahoo.com>
> An: SWORD Developers\' Collaboration Forum <sword-devel at crosswire.org>
> Betreff: [sword-devel] Where are summaries? Re: How do you select verses	from
> a range?
> > Dear Writing Developers,
> > I read parts of this thread with interest.  The same applies to many
> > other threads.  I would like to request a summary.
> > 
> > A summary would help some others who do not want to read all of the
> > posts in order to do the same thing.  Many people have trouble 
> > sorting through several mistrials in order to find the best solution.
> > Especially when the bottom line is "setting the key to something else 
> > solved the problem."  Is there a place with nothing but Solutions?
> > If there is not, may I suggest that we start one.  Using this list
> > would be easy.  We could just put Solution in front of each 
> > Re: [sword-devel] How do you ...?  But I would like to see another
> > list called [sword-solutions] or better yet a website maybe
> > crosswire.org/UserSolutions.html  I would also like to request 
> > that the thread authors or a gifted writer do the postings to 
> > solutions if such a place already exists or can be established.
> > Maybe a wiki would be the best place.
> > 
> > Modern linux is not more difficult than Windows.  But it seemed
> > difficult when I switched primarily because it was rapidly
> > changing and information necessary to keep up with the changes or
> > improvements was in so many long trial and error help communities.
> > As sword expands and improves, we will run into the same problem
> > unless we have an easy place to get starter information and an
> > easy place to get howto summaries for added features and 
> > discoveries.
> > 
> > Thanks to everyone.  You are all doing a great job.  This is just
> > one suggestion to make it easier for people with learning disabilities
> > or limited time or the desire to expand sword at a minimum cost
> > of getting up to speed.
> > 
> > Python, another volunteer
> > 
> > --- Jari Strand <strand_jari at hotmail.com> wrote:
> > 
> > > Troy,
> > > thank you once again, setting the key to something else solved the
> > problem.
> > > 
> > > 
> > > Jari.
> > >

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