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Hi Per, 

Am Mon, 11 Oct 2010 21:54:31 +0200
schrieb Per Eriksson <>:

  Hi Sigrid,

Sigrid Carrera skrev 2010-10-11 21:45:

first, I hope I am at the right place here, if not, just tell me
and I will resend my question to the appropriate list.

So, here comes my question:

Can someone explain to me, how I can navigate the wiki? I don't
think, that I'm illiterate when it comes to browsing the web, but I
can't find anything in the wiki. The only thing I regular get is
the main site (no surprise!). Other content, like the tasks or the
documentation page I can only access, when I have the direct link
from the email that was sent to the list. I can't find the tasks
page from the main site.

So, am I doing something wrong? If so, how can I get to this page
without the direct link? Any help is appreciated.

Btw, I have to point out, that I find the OOowiki also very
difficult to navigate and find pages mostly by "accident". ;)

Thank you for your questions!

While the wiki was just made available, have some patience and the
wiki will provide a lot more of content soon!

Thanks for your response. I will be patient, no worries. But I would
also like to help translating some content. So I'll try those other
suggestions I received for browsing through the wiki. 


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