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Precisamos de "Forum"?
- Forum & Lista de correio?
- Forum Oficial OpenSuse?
- Analise do uso de forum de outras Distribuições Linux
- Precisamos um forum Web oficial?
O problema não é técnico (skh disse: " The problem is not technical (skh said: "If it turns out that the forums are indeed a high priority, we'll find a way").
Many people were for a forum to be created, others were against, and the discussion went quite rude.
It seems that the majority is in favor of a forum, but this may be questionable (see the threads, there may be others than those listed here).
This is a wish list, for the community - not the distro. In this section you can add things that you'd like the openSUSE-community to provide. If you're a community-member and you can deliver any of this, don't hesitate to do so.
Work in Progress
Definition of Common Computer Words
Often we refer to a bug, IDE, partition, package, etc., and the non-technical user is left alone to look for a definition, explanation or some basic technical background information. While that information does exist on the Internet, the quality of information is not guaranteed. It is possible to find insufficient, or a just plain wrong explanation given by someone that has little, or no knowledge about the topic.
Let more technical users select freely available information on the Web, and compile articles about a topic, with basic information like definition, and more details.
This can be used as introductory (index, portal) page about topic that will list relevant articles in section See Also, Related, External Links or similar. Some initial idea you can see in article Bug, Packages and similar. The idea of what should be included is still in initial stage, so please be free to give comments on discussion page, so that everyone with interest to expand article can see them.
- FAQ and Instructions How To write articles
There is already initial effort like OpenSUSE Style Guide, but it is one article that is trying to be all in one. What we have to cover is:
- different topics that need a different article format,
- difference in writing style depending on level; for beginner, experienced user and expert,
- difference between practical guide like HowTo, or cookbook, and detailed coverage like manual, or help.
- difference in opinions how to write articles,
Creating new localized Wikis
Listed here are wikis that seems to have been completed according to the table given below, but are not yet created (maybe for a reason):
For the record, already available wikis:
Por ordem alfabética:
- cn.opensuse.org - Chinês simplificado (简体中文) - ainda não foi anunciado
- cz.opensuse.org - Checo (Česky)
- de.opensuse.org - Alemão (Deutsch)
- el.opensuse.org - Grego (Ελληνικά)
- en.opensuse.org - Inglês (English)
- es.opensuse.org - Castelhano (Castellano)
- fi.opensuse.org - Finês (Suomi)
- fr.opensuse.org - Francês (Français)
- hu.opensuse.org - Húngaro (Magyar)
- is.opensuse.org - Islandés (íslenska)
- it.opensuse.org - Italiano (Italiano)
- ja.opensuse.org - Japonês (日本語)
- nl.opensuse.org - Neerlandés (Nederlands)
- pl.opensuse.org - Polaco (Polski)
- pt.opensuse.org - Português
- ru.opensuse.org - Russo (Русский)
- sv.opensuse.org - Sueco (Svenska)
- tr.opensuse.org - Turco (Türkçe)
- vi.opensuse.org - Vietnamita (Tiếng Việt)
- zh_tw.opensuse.org - Chinês tradicional (繁體中文)-ainda não foi anunciado
Distribution name changed
- From version 10.2 Alpha 3 on, the distribution name is openSUSE.