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Jaguu suggested http://www.snom.com/wiki/index.php/Snom300 as a good model,
 
Jaguu suggested http://www.snom.com/wiki/index.php/Snom300 as a good model,
 
it looks very nice, and one thing I like a lot is the little images in each category.
 
it looks very nice, and one thing I like a lot is the little images in each category.
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[[User:Marko|marko]] 13:30, 29 March 2007 (CDT): How about a "start here" page that would ask "what would you like to learn about?" type questions? The snom.com approach is very easy to digest. very nice indeed.
 
[[User:Marko|marko]] 13:30, 29 March 2007 (CDT): How about a "start here" page that would ask "what would you like to learn about?" type questions? The snom.com approach is very easy to digest. very nice indeed.
The FDA is proposing new rules on consumer
+
 
[http://www.fx15.gen.tr Fx15]
 
prescription drug ads aimed at making the information about side effects more understandable. 
 
[http://www.biberkapsulu.gen.tr Biber Hapı] Off the top of our heads, we’d just
 
suggest they slooooooowwww.
 
own when discussing all the rare,)
 
[http://www.fx15web.com Fx15]
 
but often-horrific sounding side effects of a given medication.
 
[http://www.fx15kapsul.net Fx15] Other organizations have actually
 
[http://www.lidaweb.com Lida] given this serious thought,
 
[http://www.yilanyagi.net Yılan Yağı] Suppose our body fats get free,
 
let's both healthy and attain proper physical. One of the biggest causes 
 
[http://www.biberhapizayiflama.org Biber Hapı] of weight gain can not be considered to have breakfast meal is very important as it is known.
 
so we wanted to see what  [http://www.biberhapimeksika.com Biber Hapı]
 
vegetables, was in their public comments to the agency
 
[http://www.karincayumurtasi.com Karınca Yumurtası Yağı]
 
A Massachusetts law banning pharma and [http://www.biberhapisatis.net Biber Hapı]
 
But a proposal from the speaker of the House of [http://www.biberhapiburada.net biber hapı]
 
Representatives would rescind the ban due to its.
 
 
from here the wiki could take the user along paths dedicated to things such as tivo, HTPC, library management, remote control, etc. etc.
 
from here the wiki could take the user along paths dedicated to things such as tivo, HTPC, library management, remote control, etc. etc.
 
I feel that no matter what, every user should first be encouraged to learn and understand the library foundations; viewschemes, smartlists, playlists, search filters etc. etc. and how each element can be combined so as to arrive at a desired subset of files, displayed in a desired fashion, and subsequently, how these subsets can be deployed in the various arenas that MEDIA CENTER plays in.
 
I feel that no matter what, every user should first be encouraged to learn and understand the library foundations; viewschemes, smartlists, playlists, search filters etc. etc. and how each element can be combined so as to arrive at a desired subset of files, displayed in a desired fashion, and subsequently, how these subsets can be deployed in the various arenas that MEDIA CENTER plays in.

Latest revision as of 07:25, 28 June 2010

  • Discussion about the J. River Media Center Wiki goes here
  • Requests for deleting pages should go to User_talk:Gateley

TODO List

Structure of the Wiki

Talking with Matt and Jim, they thought the wiki wasn't well enough structured. The last useful forum post above (msg266190) is a collection of tips and tricks. Where does it fit?

Matt thought manuals were useless except as sources of shortcut keystroke definitions.

Any ideas? Gateley 11:10, 26 February 2007 (CST)

Jaguu suggested http://www.snom.com/wiki/index.php/Snom300 as a good model, it looks very nice, and one thing I like a lot is the little images in each category.

marko 13:30, 29 March 2007 (CDT): How about a "start here" page that would ask "what would you like to learn about?" type questions? The snom.com approach is very easy to digest. very nice indeed.

from here the wiki could take the user along paths dedicated to things such as tivo, HTPC, library management, remote control, etc. etc. I feel that no matter what, every user should first be encouraged to learn and understand the library foundations; viewschemes, smartlists, playlists, search filters etc. etc. and how each element can be combined so as to arrive at a desired subset of files, displayed in a desired fashion, and subsequently, how these subsets can be deployed in the various arenas that MEDIA CENTER plays in.

In case a user gets ahead of themselves, when entering a topic, you could show them links to information or techniques that they need to understand before anything that follows makes any sense to them?

Is it not possible to get external links to open in a new browser tab/window?

Nice thoughts Marko - no idea on the new tab/window, I searched the documentation and couldn't find anything. Gateley 15:36, 29 March 2007 (CDT)

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