Welcome to the Gemini-Wiki
The Gemini-Wiki is like the Wikipedia encyclopedia a free reference book. But in this special case more like a Wiki manual. Unlike the Wikipedia you find here instructions to install and configure software of the Gemini-Image. As an use-oriented reference work, the Gemini-Wiki grows continually: at this moment, there are 644 articles written and available for the community.
The goal of this Gemini-Wiki, is to collect all information about our Gemini project. We want to cumulate all our individual knowledge into this collective knowledge pool named Wiki. Users, interested readers or developers should granted access to this free knowledge about all the Gemini-Images.
Like all other well sorted Wikis, everybody may participate, everybody may alter articles designed to improve the quality, or write very new articles. Please get in touch with maxl or mfgeg to be able to access the Wiki. E-mail address and username is required. Best is to use the username from IHAD-Board, if present. Please consider our editing links and board rules while creating articles.
All the contents of the Gemini Wiki are under the GNU Free Documentation License. This means in short: All pages and all the articles are and will be free forever.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where do I get help?
To search for answers you find here a list of help- and discussionpages. You may ask questions, too.
May I "really" and "easy" change the pages?
Yes. To alter the content of existing pages click the "Seite bearbeiten" ("Edit page") link. But: Please read this help and have a look at other pages to get examples and to see how all this works.
Perfect, now I can post something new about the Gemini-Images here!
Is there a test-area to train all this without destroying real data?
Yes - you may use the playground.
How to I create new pages?
Type the wanted title into the search bar and click "Los" (run). If the page does not exist you find a link to create it. At first please have a look into existing pages to use the same structure.
At the discussion pages you can post comments, criticism or questions to the respective article.
Where are the help pages?
The help category shows all available help articles.