PROPOSAL: create the squeak-help list
dwighth at ipa.net
Thu Nov 5 16:57:03 UTC 1998
Nah, not really. Swiki runs _in_ Squeak but you don't have to know
anything about Squeak or Smalltalk just to use it on the Web -- it is
just a special type of web server. Take a look at the Squeak Swiki at:
http://minnow.cc.gatech.edu/squeak.1 -- go to the Formatting Rules page
to see how easy it is. Go to the Sandbox and click on "Edit this Page"
to see how text is entered and formatted. HTML would be good to know at
times, but it's not a requirement either.
Duane T Williams wrote:
> >I like the "the person who asks the question updates the Swiki" rule --
> >it would have to be pasted into the Swiki by hand though.
> Let me see if I understand. The proposal is supposed to help beginners to
> Squeak (and possibly to Smalltalk like environments in general), but in
> order to get help the beginner has to first know how to use the Swiki. Do
> I sense a slight circularity here?
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