← Guidelines and HOWTOs/Documentation in wikis You do not have permission to edit this page, for the following reason: The action you have requested is limited to users in one of the groups: Users, Administrators, trusted, KDEDevelopers. You can view and copy the source of this page. At KDE we have 3 wikis: * [https://community.kde.org Community]: it contains everything for your team work and the resources for the KDE community. (more on this in the [[#Community | Community chapter]] * [https://techbase.kde.org Techbase]: it contains the documentation, links and tutorial for your libraries. This is aimed for external developers that use your products. (more on this in the [[#Techbase |Techbase chapter]]) * [https://userbase.kde.org Userbase]: it contains the user manuals. How to use your application? What does each button do? How to achieve a given operation? These are all questions to be answered there. == Community == https://community.kde.org has two focuses: * centralizing the KDE resources * organizing the teamwork on your Project. === Community Resources === All the KDE resources are documented here. If you are looking for (or want to add) a tutorial about general procedures in KDE, go under [[Guidelines and HOWTOs]]. You'll find useful information about our [[Infrastructure]], [[Schedules]] and other ways to [[Get Involved]] === Projects === ; Structure Your project should have a page at https://community.kde.org/Your_Project_Name. This is the entry point for your internal resources. All your pages should have the format https://community.kde.org/Your_Project_Name/XXX, with the depth you find relevant. We do not enforce any structure, as you can see from the examples below. ; Content You have to think about it as the resource for your fellow contributors. ''What development environment do I need?'' or ''How do I compile from source'' or ''What are the code guidelines'' or ''Which contact channel do I use to get started'' are all valid questions to be answered here. You can add your schedules, your meeting minutes, the architecture of your program and everything you find relevant. Don't forget to use [[Infrastructure/Phabricator |Phabricator]] to organize your tasks and to-dos! ; Examples * [[Amarok]] * [[KDE_GB]] * [[Windows]] * [[Calligra]] * [[Plasma]] == Techbase == https://techbase.kde.org is like [https://userbase.kde.org Userbase] but for external developers. ; What it is For instance, if you wrote a library to deal with maps: you might want to write some tutorials on how to link to the library, get in touch with other users of the library, find the tarballs, etc... Other examples would be Plasma, by describing how to write a plasmoid based on their tools, or Kirigami, describing how to get started with the kirigami libs. ; What it is NOT * Tutorials and general How-Tos in KDE are not supposed to be there => https://community.kde.org * Team work and bugs to fix are not supposed to be there => https://community.kde.org, https://phabricator.kde.org or https://bugs.kde.org ; Good Examples * https://techbase.kde.org/Marble * https://techbase.kde.org/Kirigami == Userbase == https://userbase.kde.org contains your user documentation, the same one that would appear when the user asks for <code>About>Help</code>. Return to Guidelines and HOWTOs/Documentation in wikis. Retrieved from "https://community.kde.org/Guidelines_and_HOWTOs/Documentation_in_wikis"