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  1. #1
    Enrico Schiratti
    Guest

    Project Magenta FAQ/Wiki

    Hi,

    I do not know whether you know about Wikipedia, you most probably have. It
    is a format that is here to stay and very impressive in the way it works,
    both for users and authors.

    While we are still reviewing the new documentation that will be online soon,

    and having tried out several FAQ solutions, I installed a wiki solution on
    the projectmagenta.com server and will try to fill in articles regularly on

    my end. The basic concept is to allow anyone to add and change articles for

    everyone's benefit.

    The link is http://www.projectmagenta.com/wiki ... it is a bit slow because

    no PHP accelerator is installed yet, but it is worth the experiment.

    It isn't supposed to be only about Project Magenta, it can also be a guide
    for cockpit building, flight model customisation, pmSystems enhancements and

    other areas outside our own expertise. Give it a try, it is quite easy.
    Changes can be undone and it can be fun to contribute to something like
    this.

    Ciao

    Enrico


  2. #2
    Matt Olieman
    Guest

    Re: Project Magenta FAQ/Wiki

    Just to let you know.

    I know you said you haven't installed the PHP accelerator, but, from my end

    (I have an excellent internet connection), although the site is EXTREMELY
    slow. Too slow to play with.

    Matt O.

    "Enrico Schiratti" wrote in message
    news:411692.82156@wb.onvix.com...
    > Hi,
    >
    > I do not know whether you know about Wikipedia, you most probably have.

    It
    > is a format that is here to stay and very impressive in the way it works,
    > both for users and authors.
    >
    > While we are still reviewing the new documentation that will be online
    > soon,
    >
    > and having tried out several FAQ solutions, I installed a wiki solution

    on
    > the projectmagenta.com server and will try to fill in articles regularly
    > on
    >
    > my end. The basic concept is to allow anyone to add and change articles
    > for
    >
    > everyone's benefit.
    >
    > The link is http://www.projectmagenta.com/wiki ... it is a bit slow
    > because
    >
    > no PHP accelerator is installed yet, but it is worth the experiment.
    >
    > It isn't supposed to be only about Project Magenta, it can also be a

    guide
    > for cockpit building, flight model customisation, pmSystems enhancements
    > and
    >
    > other areas outside our own expertise. Give it a try, it is quite easy.
    > Changes can be undone and it can be fun to contribute to something like
    > this.
    >
    > Ciao
    >
    > Enrico
    >



  3. #3
    Enrico Schiratti
    Guest

    Re: Project Magenta FAQ/Wiki

    > I know you said you haven't installed the PHP accelerator, but, from my
    > end
    > (I have an excellent internet connection), although the site is EXTREMELY
    > slow. Too slow to play with.


    I know, I am talking with our provider about it...


    > "Enrico Schiratti" wrote in message
    > news:411692.82156@wb.onvix.com...
    >> Hi,
    >>
    >> I do not know whether you know about Wikipedia, you most probably have.

    > It
    >> is a format that is here to stay and very impressive in the way it

    works,
    >> both for users and authors.
    >>
    >> While we are still reviewing the new documentation that will be online
    >> soon,
    >>
    >> and having tried out several FAQ solutions, I installed a wiki solution

    > on
    >> the projectmagenta.com server and will try to fill in articles regularly
    >> on
    >>
    >> my end. The basic concept is to allow anyone to add and change articles
    >> for
    >>
    >> everyone's benefit.
    >>
    >> The link is http://www.projectmagenta.com/wiki ... it is a bit slow
    >> because
    >>
    >> no PHP accelerator is installed yet, but it is worth the experiment.
    >>
    >> It isn't supposed to be only about Project Magenta, it can also be a

    > guide
    >> for cockpit building, flight model customisation, pmSystems enhancements
    >> and
    >>
    >> other areas outside our own expertise. Give it a try, it is quite easy.
    >> Changes can be undone and it can be fun to contribute to something like
    >> this.
    >>
    >> Ciao
    >>
    >> Enrico
    >>

    >



  4. #4
    Enrico Schiratti
    Guest

    Re: Project Magenta FAQ/Wiki

    Ok, the accelerator is installed now, will probably have to tweak it a
    bit...

    Ciao

    Enrico

    "Enrico Schiratti" wrote in message
    news:411757.82156@wb.onvix.com...
    >> I know you said you haven't installed the PHP accelerator, but, from my
    >> end
    >> (I have an excellent internet connection), although the site is

    EXTREMELY
    >> slow. Too slow to play with.

    >
    > I know, I am talking with our provider about it...
    >
    >
    >> "Enrico Schiratti" wrote in message
    >> news:411692.82156@wb.onvix.com...
    >>> Hi,
    >>>
    >>> I do not know whether you know about Wikipedia, you most probably have.

    >> It
    >>> is a format that is here to stay and very impressive in the way it

    > works,
    >>> both for users and authors.
    >>>
    >>> While we are still reviewing the new documentation that will be online
    >>> soon,
    >>>
    >>> and having tried out several FAQ solutions, I installed a wiki solution

    >> on
    >>> the projectmagenta.com server and will try to fill in articles

    regularly
    >>> on
    >>>
    >>> my end. The basic concept is to allow anyone to add and change articles
    >>> for
    >>>
    >>> everyone's benefit.
    >>>
    >>> The link is http://www.projectmagenta.com/wiki ... it is a bit slow
    >>> because
    >>>
    >>> no PHP accelerator is installed yet, but it is worth the experiment.
    >>>
    >>> It isn't supposed to be only about Project Magenta, it can also be a

    >> guide
    >>> for cockpit building, flight model customisation, pmSystems

    enhancements
    >>> and
    >>>
    >>> other areas outside our own expertise. Give it a try, it is quite easy.
    >>> Changes can be undone and it can be fun to contribute to something like
    >>> this.
    >>>
    >>> Ciao
    >>>
    >>> Enrico
    >>>

    >>

    >



  5. #5
    Michel Vandaele
    Guest

    Re: Project Magenta FAQ/Wiki

    Hi Enrico,

    Just tested it now and here (Belgium) it is very speedy.
    All pages seems to be accesable.

    Are we also suppose to log in ? Or is this just one way write/read ?

    Many regards

    Michel

    btw Did you receive my mail concerning the flapannuciators change for
    B744?


    "Enrico Schiratti" wrote in message
    news:411974.82156@wb.onvix.com...
    > Ok, the accelerator is installed now, will probably have to tweak it a
    > bit...
    >
    > Ciao
    >
    > Enrico
    >
    > "Enrico Schiratti" wrote in message
    > news:411757.82156@wb.onvix.com...
    >>> I know you said you haven't installed the PHP accelerator, but, from my
    >>> end
    >>> (I have an excellent internet connection), although the site is

    > EXTREMELY
    >>> slow. Too slow to play with.

    >>
    >> I know, I am talking with our provider about it...
    >>
    >>
    >>> "Enrico Schiratti" wrote in message
    >>> news:411692.82156@wb.onvix.com...
    >>>> Hi,
    >>>>
    >>>> I do not know whether you know about Wikipedia, you most probably

    have.
    >>> It
    >>>> is a format that is here to stay and very impressive in the way it

    >> works,
    >>>> both for users and authors.
    >>>>
    >>>> While we are still reviewing the new documentation that will be online
    >>>> soon,
    >>>>
    >>>> and having tried out several FAQ solutions, I installed a wiki

    solution
    >>> on
    >>>> the projectmagenta.com server and will try to fill in articles

    > regularly
    >>>> on
    >>>>
    >>>> my end. The basic concept is to allow anyone to add and change

    articles
    >>>> for
    >>>>
    >>>> everyone's benefit.
    >>>>
    >>>> The link is http://www.projectmagenta.com/wiki ... it is a bit slow
    >>>> because
    >>>>
    >>>> no PHP accelerator is installed yet, but it is worth the experiment.
    >>>>
    >>>> It isn't supposed to be only about Project Magenta, it can also be a
    >>> guide
    >>>> for cockpit building, flight model customisation, pmSystems

    > enhancements
    >>>> and
    >>>>
    >>>> other areas outside our own expertise. Give it a try, it is quite

    easy.
    >>>> Changes can be undone and it can be fun to contribute to something

    like
    >>>> this.
    >>>>
    >>>> Ciao
    >>>>
    >>>> Enrico
    >>>>
    >>>

    >>

    >



  6. #6
    Matt Olieman
    Guest

    Re: Project Magenta FAQ/Wiki

    Works fine for me.... it's quick Now let's put it to work )

    Matt O.

    "Enrico Schiratti" wrote in message
    news:411974.82156@wb.onvix.com...
    > Ok, the accelerator is installed now, will probably have to tweak it a
    > bit...
    >
    > Ciao
    >
    > Enrico
    >
    > "Enrico Schiratti" wrote in message
    > news:411757.82156@wb.onvix.com...
    >>> I know you said you haven't installed the PHP accelerator, but, from my
    >>> end
    >>> (I have an excellent internet connection), although the site is

    > EXTREMELY
    >>> slow. Too slow to play with.

    >>
    >> I know, I am talking with our provider about it...
    >>
    >>
    >>> "Enrico Schiratti" wrote in message
    >>> news:411692.82156@wb.onvix.com...
    >>>> Hi,
    >>>>
    >>>> I do not know whether you know about Wikipedia, you most probably

    have.
    >>> It
    >>>> is a format that is here to stay and very impressive in the way it

    >> works,
    >>>> both for users and authors.
    >>>>
    >>>> While we are still reviewing the new documentation that will be online
    >>>> soon,
    >>>>
    >>>> and having tried out several FAQ solutions, I installed a wiki

    solution
    >>> on
    >>>> the projectmagenta.com server and will try to fill in articles

    > regularly
    >>>> on
    >>>>
    >>>> my end. The basic concept is to allow anyone to add and change

    articles
    >>>> for
    >>>>
    >>>> everyone's benefit.
    >>>>
    >>>> The link is http://www.projectmagenta.com/wiki ... it is a bit slow
    >>>> because
    >>>>
    >>>> no PHP accelerator is installed yet, but it is worth the experiment.
    >>>>
    >>>> It isn't supposed to be only about Project Magenta, it can also be a
    >>> guide
    >>>> for cockpit building, flight model customisation, pmSystems

    > enhancements
    >>>> and
    >>>>
    >>>> other areas outside our own expertise. Give it a try, it is quite

    easy.
    >>>> Changes can be undone and it can be fun to contribute to something

    like
    >>>> this.
    >>>>
    >>>> Ciao
    >>>>
    >>>> Enrico
    >>>>
    >>>

    >>

    >



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