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No Orphaned Pages
Please plan where your page will fit into the wiki. It is important that before or after your article is written the article is linked in one or multiple spots. Do not edit the page's link into other pages where it would be off topic.
General Naming Scheme
It is very important that you follow what is already in place. Pages are being renamed during the transition. You will find that most sections of the site are already planned out. If you have questions ask in IRC.
Tutorials_webOS_Getting_Started Tutorials_Linux_Getting_Started Application:Pretris IR_Proximity_Sensor Ad-Hoc Networking
Words That do not need to be Capitalized
to be a
append the list for clarification
Characters That are Allowed But Don't Use
The portals act as a link gateway for the articles. Not all articles can use the general naming scheme so read below to make sure the article your writing doesn't get randomly moved.
Information about accessing Linux, tutorials, etc, go into this portal.
webOS Applications & Tutorials
This page is basically where all the tutorials and applications made by users will be placed.
Linux Applications & Tutorials
Applications being developed for the device, but directly for Linux should be placed here. Tutorials related to how to write applications should also be placed in the tutorial section of this portal.
Information pertaining to hardware such as accelerometers will be listed here.
Research & Reference
Is there something cutting edge it should be written about here.
Remember how it was said earlier some pages do not seem to belong to a specific portal. This is where you will want to place those pages.
The Palm SDK & Documentation
WebOS-Internals version of the documentation for the SDK.
Any tools that are required for various work should be written about here.
Credit it always nice (but should be noted at the bottom of the page, not inline), but accuracy and information are even nicer.
If you get involved with someone where you keep changing things back and forth, please use the discussion page linked to each page to resolve it. Don't make the sysops do it. You won't like the results.
Thanks for showing up!
webOS Internals Team