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Hi and welcome to my topic

I am planning to use TWiki for an internal repository of technical documents and FAQs for our development team. We work in a very fragmented environment concerning tools and personnel so I cannot provide anyone individually with a detailed description of all the things that have to play together. By providing a Wiki I hope that this "Chaos" will become self organised.

If anyone has some helpful advice on how to structure the initial Wiki he or she is highly welcome to share that with me.

Just today I had the idea to use a Wiki as a form of MindMap for myself. Based on the fact that a Wiki really is just a collection of linked documents one could easily map that to all the things you would put on lots of different unlinked notepad sheets that use to fly around on your desk. That's an interesting thought ...

Some personal details

Personal Preferences (details in TWikiVariables)

  • Horizontal size of text edit box:
    • Set EDITBOXWIDTH = 70
  • Vertical size of text edit box:
    • Set EDITBOXHEIGHT = 17
  • Style of text edit box. width: 99% for full window width (default), width: auto to disable.
    • Set EDITBOXSTYLE = width: 99%
  • Optionally write protect your home page: (set it to your WikiName)
    • Set ALLOWTOPICCHANGE =

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