We are looking for competent Free TON article writers, content editors, and Wiki moderators.
Free TON Wiki wallet:
How to become a member of the Free TON Wiki team?
- Explore how the Wiki works (see below)
- Fill out this application form
- If approved, you will receive permission to edit content
We also invite future team members to the international Wiki chat.
The Wiki team reward system will be developed and published soon. Early birds on the team can gain some benefits.
How does Wiki work?
The Free TON Wiki is powered by the lightweight, fast, and open-source DokuWiki engine. There you can find the most detailed help and assistance in almost any language. However, we have moved a few articles on how to get started to the Free TON Wiki so that important information is at hand.
What do you need to know?
Some difficulties to understand maybe with the “namespace”. In simple terms, these are “folders” and “paths” within the Wiki structure, similar to files in the file system.
As for the wiki syntax and creating new articles, they are intuitively simple. As with any wiki engine, you can start creating and editing articles immediately without any special knowledge.
It is still recommended that you review these links before you start:
All authors and editors should be familiar with the structure of the Wiki. The national wiki sections in different languages are now synchronized through a single structure. This means that articles in different languages are located along the same “path” in the namespace, for example:
As you can see, these links differ only in the pointer to the namespace, each of which points to EN, RU, KO languages, respectively.
The site map will help you navigate the existing structure. You will find it in the All Pages menu. Click on folders to expand them and see the structure.
Adding new articles while maintaining the structure
To keep the national sections in sync, when adding a new article, write down the human-readable URL for it in English, for example (domain omitted for clarity):
Besides, such similar links ensure that text created in one language is automatically pulled into the editing window when creating the same article in another language.
Please DO NOT use national alphabets for URLs to avoid ugly encoded URLs like %D1%81%D1%82%D0%B0%D1%82%D1%8C%D1%8F. This will destroy a single synchronized structure for different national languages.
Use lowercase English letters and numbers for URLs of articles and sections. The “-” (minus) sign is recommended to separate words to keep the style consistent.
Of course, article titles (not URLs) can and should be in your national language. Use the H1 tag within the body of the article to indicate the title of the article.
Adding sections, namespaces or changing the structure
If you want to:
- Add a new section to Wiki
- Create a new section structure that better meets the needs of the community
- Having trouble maintaining the correct structure when adding an article
In these cases, write in the Wiki chat what you want to do before you start serious edits to the Wiki structure. Note that unreconciled major changes can be rolled back to their original state.
Still have questions?
We are waiting for your comments on the topic or the Wiki chat.