Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of GetInvolved


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07/14/09 21:02:36 (11 years ago)
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    2727Instructions on how to get set up with the required tools and source code are in our [wiki:Development/GettingStarted Getting Started] section, but to contribute changes back to the project you need a Subversion account and additional developer permissions on Trac.
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    29 To get a [wiki:Developer developer] account, sign up on this site and then contact IBBoard (either [http://forums.hiveworldterra.co.uk/memberlist.php?mode=viewprofile&u=2 through the forums] or [http://ibboard.co.uk/contact.php his website]) to get the account promoted to a "developer" account and a Subversion account created. Once you set up your Subversion repositories with a username and password you will be able to commit to both the WarFoundry and IBBoard utils repositories.
     29To get a [wiki:Developers developer] account, sign up on this site and then contact IBBoard (either [http://forums.hiveworldterra.co.uk/memberlist.php?mode=viewprofile&u=2 through the forums] or [http://ibboard.co.uk/contact.php his website]) to get the account promoted to a "developer" account and a Subversion account created. Once you set up your Subversion repositories with a username and password you will be able to commit to both the WarFoundry and IBBoard utils repositories.
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    3131== Documenters ==
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    33 There are three main jobs for a [wiki:Documenter Documenter] - user docs, developer docs and requirements. User documentation helps people get started with the tool or use advanced features, while developer documentation helps people understand the API so that they can get to grips with it or write plugins. Requirement documentation is documentation from a user's point of view that helps developers know what features the users want/need.
     33There are three main jobs for a [wiki:Documenters Documenter] - user docs, developer docs and requirements. User documentation helps people get started with the tool or use advanced features, while developer documentation helps people understand the API so that they can get to grips with it or write plugins. Requirement documentation is documentation from a user's point of view that helps developers know what features the users want/need.
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    3535Once we approach our first stable release then contributions of user guides could be put together in the [http://forums.hiveworldterra.co.uk/viewforum.php?f=39 forums] or this wiki before being copied to the [http://warfoundry.co.uk/ main website]. Members of the "Documenter" group can contribute user directly to the wiki, and anyone is welcome to be a documenter.