[EP-tech] Re: Community Contribution Day
Monica.Wood at utas.edu.au
Thu Oct 22 23:12:11 BST 2015
I know that I have tried to go and update the wiki at one point, but I
couldn¹t make an account to do so. I assumed only staff were allowed to
update things and left it.
How does one go about getting access to edit the wiki?
I¹m very happy to share everything I do/learn on our own repository.
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On 22/10/2015 9:17 pm, "Field A.N." <af05v at ecs.soton.ac.uk> wrote:
>As mentioned in my previous email, I'd like to organise a day on which
>the community can contribute to EPrints. Typically, these days are run
>with the coders doing EPrints development, but I think that every member
>of the EPrints community has something to offer.
>* Perhaps you have some internal documentation that you could get up on
>* Do you understand an aspect of EPrints well enough to improve the
>* Are you a developer? How about verifying pull requests or fixing
>* Could you make a video walking us through how you do something in
>* Are you really good at organising? Can you make a list of jobs that
>could be done on the day and act as a dispatcher?
>* Can you help people get started -- there might be a lot of
>willingness, but contributors may need to be introduced to our systems
>(e.g. wiki accounts and best practices).
>* Could you take a look at existing wiki pages and classify pages as
>Good / Needs Improvement / Needs Removal?
>These are just some ideas of what could get done on the day (and in the
>run-up). On the day, we will coordinate online in some way (suggestions,
>anyone), and hopefully achieve the following:
>* Improve EPrints
>* Improve the Documentation
>* Strengthen the Community
>* Create a Model for Future Contribution Days
> Please have a look at your calendars for the last three weeks of
>November and mark your availability on this doodle:
>Business Relationship Manager and Community Lead
>+44 (0)23 8059 8814
>*** Options: http://mailman.ecs.soton.ac.uk/mailman/listinfo/eprints-tech
>*** Archive: http://www.eprints.org/tech.php/
>*** EPrints community wiki: http://wiki.eprints.org/
>*** EPrints developers Forum: http://forum.eprints.org/
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