Talk:Projects

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Mirroring

If you desire you may mirror this page. In your mirrored page you must state that you are a mirror and provide the original URL of the Project page. For a good example see: http://www.osdcom.info/content/view/28/38/



This gives a 404...? --Phillid 02:08, 17 November 2013 (CST)

Format

All OSes should be listed in alphabetical order.

The format of data on this page is in the form of:

  • OS Name - Title or short description.

TODO

Dating

User (rejected wiki license) asked for projects to be dated - Combuster 12:25, 3 October 2011 (UTC)

Entry Template

I wrote two templates for the entries into the list. One is the major and the second is a sub template. The first works like this:

 {{OSProjectEntry
 |OSName=<The project name.>
 |OSDescription=<A description of the project.>
 |Contact=<A contact address, name, or internet message location.>
 |URL=<The URL for this project>
 |LastReleaseDate=<A date of the last release known.>
 |LastReleaseDescription=<A description of the last release known.>

The line (below) uses the optional second template and can be included to provide a closer inspection message for questionable entries.

 |CloserInspection={{CloserInspectionValidity|<Reason><br \>'<Your name>}}

The last part regardless if you include the (above) single line or not is to add the two closing curly brackets.

 }}

If done correctly your entry will appear just like the others. You can also edit that page to see how each entry was made if you are still unsure. --Kevin 17:45, 27 May 2007 (CDT)


Should their be a thing in the template that tells what license the OS is under? cause a few on the Wiki are even closed source. --Earlz 13:50, 22 April 2009 (UTC)


Now it is. For example.

 |License=CC0

This works for the OSProject template too. --Glauxosdever 08:02, 4 April 2016 (CDT)

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