Southend on Sea Linux User Group Wiki Site.
At last Southend Linux User Group has it's very own wiki site and can, if call demands have its own forum also. But this will very much depend on the success of this Wiki site for that to happen.
The first place you can start looking for an answer is http://wiki.soslug.org/wiki/All the content generated by our users are all deposited in this location in a table format. You can also visit our main howto pages at http://soslug.org/howto the catalog covers a broad spectrum of support issues within Linux to help you adapt and help you be productive. Other places that you can obtain support are the "howtoforge" at http://www.howtoforge.com, this site holds many howto with screenshots much like our own.
This site http://soslug.org and it's sister site http://wiki.soslug.org are not owned by just one person they are owned by all it's members, as such the members of the SoSLUG club can dictate how the sites are used and managed.
In order to add any content to this site you will need to register, you may add any content you feel relevant about Linux or its associated applications.
What is a Wiki? Perhaps some of you already know, well read no further this section is not intended for you but the poor souls that don't.
A wiki (sometimes wiki wiki) is a web application designed to allow multiple authors to add, remove, and edit content. The multiple author capability of wikis makes them effective tools for mass collaborative authoring. Wikipedia, an online encyclopaedia, is one of the best-known wikis.
Several characteristics of wikis facilitate their multiple author capability.
What can you do on this wiki
Welcome to the soslug.org Wiki site. This site is intended to allow you to not only learn about Linux and Open Source, but will also to share your knowledge with others. A Wiki is a type of website that allows the visitors themselves to easily add, remove, and otherwise edit and change the content available on the site. That's right, you can plunge forward and help collaboratively build Southend largest general Linux knowledge base available.
You are encouraged to participate regardless of your expertise level. Remember that to be helpful you don't need to be technical. You can help edit grammar and spelling but to do this we recommend you communicate with the original author, start a suitable page or include any bits of knowledge you may have. If you'd like to contribute but aren't sure where to start, proceed with what you know most about, Applications, Linux Configuration, Web Apps, or Hardware subjects "Routing", "Networking" etc. Alternatively just take the plunge our moderators will help you achieve the best out of your procedure.