Difference between revisions of "Audacity Wiki Home Page"

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* [[Digital_Audio_Recommended_Articles|More about digital audio]].
 
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Revision as of 11:34, 10 September 2008


Experimental New Front Page

I'm experimenting here with a new organisation for the front page of Audacity Wiki. It's based on Blender wiki front page:

http://wiki.blender.org/index.php/Main_Page

They use MediaWiki too, but are using .css to style it. This should mean we don't need to mix table formatting code in with the hierarchically organised topics.


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Please let the claimant work with it at least two weeks after this sticker was put up (or until this sticker has been removed, if earlier).

Suggestions may be made to the claimant by clicking on the page's "discussion" tab.



Audacity ® is a free, award-winning  open source program for recording and editing sound. It runs on Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows, GNU/Linux and other operating systems.