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|−|Welcome to WikEmacs , a MediaWiki- powered community about Emacs ! |+|
WikEmacs a -about Emacs
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|−|There are only a few guidelines for the contributors here: |+|
guidelines on . questions the Discussion pages the [https://.com]
|−|* Articles should be geared towards current versions of Emacs (23 and 24 at time of writing). | |
|−|* Articles should not reproduce documentation already available from an official source. Many packages and extensions are well-documented on their own project sites, and Emacs itself includes extensive documentation. | |
|−|* Comments, questions , and discussion belong on the Discussion pages , not in the articles themselves. | |
|−|* Extensions and packages will not be hosted here. If you are looking for a place to host your extension, try [https:// github.com GitHub] or one of the other many available platforms out there! | |
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|−|There is a Google discussion group [ https:// groups.google. com/forum/?fromgroups#!forum/ wikemacs here] for more general questions regarding the wiki. |+|
[://./ ]for wiki.
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|−|Thanks to the people that brought us the original [ http: //emacswiki.org/ EmacsWiki] . Thanks to everyone who supported the idea for a new wiki. And thanks in advance to all future contributors! |+|
Latest revision as of 00:17, 9 March 2014
WikEmacs is a community-maintained wiki about GNU Emacs. It was started in 2012 and its infrastructure was originally maintained by Bozhidar Batsov. In 2013 Bozhidar turned over maintenance to Jesse Johnson.
See WikEmacs:Guidelines for guidelines on contributing. If you have questions or comments you can post to the Discussion pages or the Google discussion group.
Thanks to the people that brought us the original EmacsWiki. Thanks to everyone who supported the idea for a new wiki. And thanks in advance to all future contributors!