How can I use the Contributed Documentation for Users (publicly editable)

Asked by Marco Parillo on 2010-09-15

I now have a sourceforge.net id (it does not seem to take the Open ID from Launchpad) and I am logged in, but when I go to https://sourceforge.net/apps/trac/unetbootin/wiki/userdocs to create a user-contributed update, I do not see a button/link saying I can edit this page or contribute a new one.

I would want to add:

When running UNetbootin from MS-Windows, ensure you are logged in as an Administrator.

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Solved by:
Geza Kovacs
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2010-09-17
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2010-09-17
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2010-09-16
Marco Parillo (marco-parillo) said : #1

I see how I should have done the Open ID thing. I should have referred to: https://launchpad.net/~your-nickname

Still, I would like to contribute a small piece of troubleshooting info.

Geza Kovacs (gezakovacs) said : #2

The "publicly editable" notice is there because back when the wiki was hosted on sourceforge's (now-discontinued) wikispaces wiki system, the page used to be editable by anyone; unfortunately the new Trac wiki system doesn't support per-page permissions, so I can't make any part of it editable that without making the whole wiki open to vandalism. Anyhow I can give you edit permissions if you want them; just me with your sourceforge username.

Best Geza Kovacs (gezakovacs) said : #3

Whoops left out a word in that last sentence, that should be "Anyhow I can give you edit permissions if you want them; just ~provide~ me with your sourceforge username."

Marco Parillo (marco-parillo) said : #4

My user name is mparillo.

Marco Parillo (marco-parillo) said : #5

Thanks Geza Kovacs, that solved my question.