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{{Form/Comment|Place a '''short description''' about your assembly into this field. For detailed information use the '''Free Text''' field below. Please do not use any wiki-code except line breaks or lists within this field.}}
 
{{Form/Comment|Place a '''short description''' about your assembly into this field. For detailed information use the '''Free Text''' field below. Please do not use any wiki-code except line breaks or lists within this field.}}
 
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! Select a cluster for your assembly.
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! Select a cluster for your assembly, if any.
 
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{{Form/Comment|Some assemblies just belong together. To help us placing them together we cluster them, e.g. international assemblies (where people don't speak german and don't feel out of touch due to sitting between german speaking hackers), software project related assemblies (open street map and linux etc.) or political organizations. You can help us by creating and specifying your own clusters. We try to place clustered assemblies together, but will always prioritize the placement of assemblies and their subassemblies.}}
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{{Form/Comment|Some assemblies just belong together. To help us placing them together we cluster them, e.g. international assemblies (where people don't speak german and don't feel out of touch due to sitting between german speaking hackers), software project related assemblies (open street map and linux etc.) or political organizations. You can help us by creating and specifying your own clusters. We try to place clustered assemblies together, but will always prioritize the placement of assemblies and their subassemblies. '''Don't pick''' one if you don't really feel you belong to a certain cluster, it '''won't affect your size''' we will give you.}}
 
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! Select parent assembly, if any.
 
! Select parent assembly, if any.

Revision as of 18:15, 5 November 2015


To create a new page for an assembly, just enter the name of the assembly below. This will show you a form requesting some basic information about the assembly like a short description. Below you find a free text field, where you can put the whole detailed description.

You can also insert the name of an existing assembly to edit it, but it might be easier to head over the assemblies page and click "Edit with form".

For more information, see Assemblies.

Attention: Please be aware that creating your assembly page here and stating your requirements does not guarantee you getting those requirements met or even a space for your assembly. Unfortunately we are still limited to physical space (we are working on it) and other constrains. Help us by filling out the form with enough interesting information, but keep it real(istic).