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Most of the Haskell website is a wiki, meaning that content can be edited by everyone. However you have to create an account and log in if you want to change the site. This is to protect the wiki against spam. Don't worry: account creation is quick and easy.
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The haskell.org website is a wiki, meaning anyone can edit or add new
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content. To do this you must first create an account and log in.
   
On the bottom of each wiki page you will find links for creating an account, logging in, editing the current page, and so on. [[Help:Editing|Help on editing]] is available, including information on editor support.
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* [[HaskellWiki:New accounts|Create an account]] (or login if you already have an account)
   
If you have chosen to change things on the wiki, it would be great if you would try to follow the [[HaskellWiki:Guidelines|guidelines]] for this wiki. And please have a look at the [[HaskellWiki:Licensing|license information]].
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To log in or create an account use the link at the top left of the site.
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At the top right of each wiki page you can find links for editing the current page, listing its history, and so on. [[Help:Editing|Help on editing]] is available, including information on editor support.
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More help on editing is available here:
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* [[HaskellWiki:Guidelines|Editorial guidelines for HaskellWiki]]
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* [[HaskellWiki:Licensing|HaskellWiki licensing conventions]]
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* [[HaskellWiki:Copyrights|HaskellWiki copyright conventions]]
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* [[HaskellWiki:Syntax_highlighting|Syntax highlighting for Haskell code]]
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* [http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Help:Contents Help with Mediawiki markup syntax]

Revision as of 01:05, 3 December 2010

The haskell.org website is a wiki, meaning anyone can edit or add new content. To do this you must first create an account and log in.

To log in or create an account use the link at the top left of the site.

At the top right of each wiki page you can find links for editing the current page, listing its history, and so on. Help on editing is available, including information on editor support.

More help on editing is available here: