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Some Hints on using our Hades Wiki

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Don't be lazy reading hints! The very simple rules to use this wiki are published here and on the welcome page of every web (if there are special conventions at all).
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Known Issues

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LaTeX:
If some or all of your LaTeX items are not shown in your wiki topic, then check at the end of the topic if there is an error message from the LaTeX plugin, e.g. "Latex rendering error!! DVI file was not created.". Most likely the first not shown item contains a syntax error.
Attachments:
The comment to a file being attached is mandatory! So, fill out the related box in the upload dialog.
Login Problems:
Do not set your "TWiki ID Card" (which is created automatically while registering) or other topics in the Main and TWiki web read-only to you! This causes problems while login in to the wiki site. And since you should not publish topics in those webs at all, usually there should be no problems.
List Definitions:
A comma seperated list (like the list of users in a group definition) - in terms of TWiki's syntax - is something like "foo, bar"; the white space is mandatory!
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LaTeX:
If some or all of your LaTeX items are not shown in your wiki topic, then check at the end of the topic if there is an error message from the LaTeX plugin, e.g. "Latex rendering error!! DVI file was not created.". Most likely the first not shown item contains a syntax error.
Attachments:
The comment to a file being attached is mandatory! So, fill out the related box in the upload dialog.
Login Problems:
Do not set your "TWiki ID Card" (which is created automatically while registering) or other topics in the Main and TWiki web read-only to you! This causes problems while login in to the wiki site. And since you should not publish topics in those webs at all, usually there should be no problems.
List Definitions:
A comma seperated list (like the list of users in a group definition) - in terms of TWiki's syntax - is something like "foo, bar"; the white space is mandatory!
 

Using our Hades Wiki

How to start using this Wiki

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  • If you want to enter the wiki just to read a topic (and possibly you forgot your password) then you can use the read-only accout HadesUser. This account uses the same password as the user hades on the web page.
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How to join the Group of Wiki Authors

  1. Have a look at the list of registered users: WikiUsers
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  1. Have a look at the list of registered users: WikiUsers
    • If you find your name there: Fine!
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    • If not - register: Login to GSI and use any browser to go to this page: WikiRegistration
  1. Have a look at the list of our existing user groups: WikiGroups
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    • If not - register: Login to GSI and use any browser to go to this page: UserRegistration
  1. Have a look at the list of our existing user groups: WikiGroups
 
    • If you find your name in the group(s) you want to join: Fine!
    • If not: Tell somebody who is a member of the group you want to join, that he should add you to the list of members.
    • If you want your own, new group ask an administrator.
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  1. After you are a member of any group, basically you can edit any topic.
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  1. After you are a member of any group, basically you can edit any topic.
 

Access rights

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  • All users who are a member of any group can basically read the whole content of our wiki - except the topics which were explicitly blocked by the author(s).
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  • All users who are a member of any group can basically read the whole contentof our wiki - except the topics which were explicitly blocked by the author(s).
 
    • All other people on the planet cannot read the content. However in some cases it is possible to list the topics' names.
    • Exceptionally, read-only access is granted to the Sandbox, the Main web as well as to the TWiki web.
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  • Any registered member of any group can add or rename topics in any of the webs, except the Main and TWiki web.
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  • Any registered member of any group can add or rename topics in any of the webs, except the Main and TWikiweb.
 
    • All other people on the planet can not modify the content of our wiki.
  • Conclusion: We have a fine grained group management, however we should not use it by default - this is the idea of a wiki: WikiCulture
    • That's why currently only the "AllUsersGroup" is actually used.
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Forgotten your password?

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Go to this page, fill out the form, and the administrator will approve your new settings.
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Go to this page, fill out the form, and the administrator will approve your new settings.
 

You want to change your password?

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How to stay up-to-date

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Some Hints on using our Hades Wiki

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How to start using this Wiki

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  • If you want to enter the wiki just to read a topic (and possibly you forgot your password) then you can use the read-only accout HadesUser. This account uses the same password as the user hades on the web page.

How to join the Group of Wiki Authors

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  1. Have a look at the list of registered users: TWikiUsers
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  1. Have a look at the list of registered users: WikiUsers
 
    • If you find your name there: Fine!
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    • If not - register: Login to GSI and use any browser to go to this page: %TWIKIWEB%.TWikiRegistration
  1. Have a look at the list of our existing user groups: TWikiGroups
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    • If not - register: Login to GSI and use any browser to go to this page: WikiRegistration
  1. Have a look at the list of our existing user groups: WikiGroups
 
    • If you find your name in the group(s) you want to join: Fine!
    • If not: Tell somebody who is a member of the group you want to join, that he should add you to the list of members.
    • If you want your own, new group ask an administrator.
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    • Exceptionally, read-only access is granted to the Sandbox, the Main web as well as to the TWiki web.
  • Any registered member of any group can add or rename topics in any of the webs, except the Main and TWiki web.
    • All other people on the planet can not modify the content of our wiki.
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  • Conclusion: We have a fine grained group management, however we should not use it by default - this is the idea of a wiki: WikiCulture
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  • Conclusion: We have a fine grained group management, however we should not use it by default - this is the idea of a wiki: WikiCulture
 
    • That's why currently only the "AllUsersGroup" is actually used.
    • Restrict access to a group only if it is really necessary!
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Special Webs

  • The Main Web: This system web contains the user and group database, as well as the Wiki ID Cards, which are created during registration. Normal users have read-only access.
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  • The TWiki Web: This system web contains the settings database and the help topics. This is read only stuff for normal users.
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  • The System Web: This system web contains the settings database and the help topics. This is read only stuff for normal users.
 
  • The Homepages Web: You want (not) to publish private topics - so put them here.
  • The Knowledge Base Web: This is the last resort to publish material which does not fit into any of the other webs.
  • The Sandbox Web: The playground for any user - no restrictions, no warranty for correctness and availability of content.
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How to structure your Web Content

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Basically it is up to everybody who feels responsable to structure the content of the webs. For example you want to publish several topics related to a single subject? So think about writting an entrance page with a table of content which is compiled of WikiWords of your different topics. In addition try to guide the user to different sub-topics by placing hints and links on the WebHome (welcome) topic of your web.
IDEA! In the background TWiki provides a parent-child relation between topics. A topic is a child to the (parent) topic which was displayed while going into edit mode for writting the newly created (child) topic. This relation can be altered by choosing a new parent from the More topic actions menu at the bottom of each topic. These relations are also used by some plugins, like the TreePlugin which provides nice features for automatically created topic overviews.
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Basically it is up to everybody who feels responsable to structure the content of the webs. For example you want to publish several topics related to a single subject? So think about writting an entrance page with a table of content which is compiled of WikiWords of your different topics. In addition try to guide the user to different sub-topics by placing hints and links on the WebHome (welcome) topic of your web.
IDEA! In the background TWiki provides a parent-child relation between topics. A topic is a child to the (parent) topic which was displayed while going into edit mode for writting the newly created (child) topic. This relation can be altered by choosing a new parent from the More topic actions menu at the bottom of each topic. These relations are also used by some plugins, like the TreePlugin which provides nice features for automatically created topic overviews.
 

FAQ

Forgotten your password?

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Go to this page, fill out the form, and the administrator will approve your new settings.
 

You want to change your password?

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So use the form on this page.
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So use the form on this page.
 

How to stay up-to-date

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Some Hints on using our Hades Wiki

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Known Issues

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  • The comment to a file being attached is mandatory! So, fill out the related box in the upload dialog.
  • Do not set your "TWiki ID Card" (which is created automatically while registering) or other topics in the Main and TWiki web read-only to you! This causes problems while login in to the wiki site. And since you should not publish topics in those webs at all, usually there should be no problems.
  • A comma seperated list (like the list of users in a group definition) - in terms of TWiki's syntax - is something like "foo, bar"; the white space is mandatory!
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LaTeX:
If some or all of your LaTeX items are not shown in your wiki topic, then check at the end of the topic if there is an error message from the LaTeX plugin, e.g. "Latex rendering error!! DVI file was not created.". Most likely the first not shown item contains a syntax error.
Attachments:
The comment to a file being attached is mandatory! So, fill out the related box in the upload dialog.
Login Problems:
Do not set your "TWiki ID Card" (which is created automatically while registering) or other topics in the Main and TWiki web read-only to you! This causes problems while login in to the wiki site. And since you should not publish topics in those webs at all, usually there should be no problems.
List Definitions:
A comma seperated list (like the list of users in a group definition) - in terms of TWiki's syntax - is something like "foo, bar"; the white space is mandatory!
 

Using our Hades Wiki

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Some Hints on using our Hades Wiki

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  • If you want to enter the wiki just to read a topic (and possibly you forgot your password) then you can use the read-only accout HadesUser. This account uses the same password as the user hades on the web page.
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How to join the Group of Wiki Authors

 

  1. Have a look at the list of registered users: TWikiUsers
    • If you find your name there: Fine!
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Some Hints on using our Hades Wiki

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  • If you want to enter the wiki just to read a topic (and possibly you forgot your password) then you can use the read-only accout HadesUser. This account uses the same password as the user hades on the web page.
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How to join the Group of Wiki Authors

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  1. Have a look at the list of registered users: TWikiUsers
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    • If not - register: %TWIKIWEB%.TWikiRegistration
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    • If not - register: Login to GSI and use any browser to go to this page: %TWIKIWEB%.TWikiRegistration
 
  1. Have a look at the list of our existing user groups: TWikiGroups
    • If you find your name in the group(s) you want to join: Fine!
    • If not: Tell somebody who is a member of the group you want to join, that he should add you to the list of members.
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Some Hints on using our Hades Wiki

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  1. After you are a member of any group, basically you can edit any topic.
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Access rights

  • All users who are a member of any group can basically read the whole content of our wiki - except the topics which were explicitly blocked by the author(s).
    • All other people on the planet cannot read the content. However in some cases it is possible to list the topics' names.
    • Exceptionally, read-only access is granted to the Sandbox, the Main web as well as to the TWiki web.
  • Any registered member of any group can add or rename topics in any of the webs, except the Main and TWiki web.
    • All other people on the planet can not modify the content of our wiki.
  • Conclusion: We have a fine grained group management, however we should not use it by default - this is the idea of a wiki: WikiCulture
    • That's why currently only the "AllUsersGroup" is actually used.
    • Restrict access to a group only if it is really necessary!
 

Special Webs

  • The Main Web: This system web contains the user and group database, as well as the Wiki ID Cards, which are created during registration. Normal users have read-only access.
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  IDEA! In the background TWiki provides a parent-child relation between topics. A topic is a child to the (parent) topic which was displayed while going into edit mode for writting the newly created (child) topic. This relation can be altered by choosing a new parent from the More topic actions menu at the bottom of each topic. These relations are also used by some plugins, like the TreePlugin which provides nice features for automatically created topic overviews.
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Access rights

  • All users who are a member of any group can basically read the whole content of our wiki - except the topics which were explicitly blocked by the author(s).
    • All other people on the planet cannot read the content. However in some cases it is possible to list the topics' names.
    • Exceptionally, read-only access is granted to the Sandbox, the Main web as well as to the TWiki web.
  • Any registered member of any group can add or rename topics in any of the webs, except the Main and TWiki web.
    • All other people on the planet can not modify the content of our wiki.
  • Conclusion: We have a fine grained group management, however we should not use it by default - this is the idea of a wiki: WikiCulture
    • That's why currently only the "AllUsersGroup" is actually used.
    • Restrict access to a group only if it is really necessary!
 

FAQ

Forgotten your password?

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Some Hints on using our Hades Wiki

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