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Old 13th June 2017, 07:35 PM   #1
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What are the "wiki" and the "Articles" sector intended for? What can be posted there and what doesn't?

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Old 15th June 2017, 07:03 PM   #2
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Old 16th June 2017, 10:45 AM   #3
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I think that the Articles section is fairly self explanatory. We have had a number of people write articles, similar to what you might see in a magazine about various topics.

I guess if you had an idea for an article (or already have one) you could talk to Variac (diyAudio's editor) about the possibility of putting it in the articles section.

The wiki is a different kettle of fish altogether and I think is supposed to be a communal resource. Like wikipedia anyone can edit the content that is written there. It hasn't really ever taken off that I am aware of.

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OK. Thanks for the answer. Some time ago I thought in "converting" my "High Audio Quality AM Tuner" into an article, and I'm imaging a couple of them more, but I don't know how to do such a thing. I'll PM Variac, then.

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The only "Wiki" that I ever saw take-off is Wikipedia.

> my "High Audio Quality AM Tuner" into an article

Looking at a sample Article, "L’Amp: A Simple SIT Amp: Part 1", it is just text and pictures. You can do that. How it gets onto the DIYA Articles page is not clear, I'm sure Variac can tell you. And like authors and editors everywhere, I'm sure it starts with a summary and a sample page.
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