If you'd like to contribute to CT3, you're most welcome! For security reasons, only registered users can participate in creating contents.
Please follow these rules when creating or editing content:
- If you want to comment on existing content (the discussion tab associated with every page), you have to register, but you don't have to provide your e-mail address; entering your username (please try to avoid meaningless nicknames) and password and you're all set.
- If you want to edit existing content, create new pages or create your own user page, you have to provide a working e-mail address and confirm it.
If you haven't registered yet, click the "log-in" text in the top right corner of the screen and select the Create an account option from the login form. Please enter your real name as the Username to give the the visitors insight into who's really behind the changes displayed on the home page. You have to enter a valid e-mail address to be able to validate it.
If you have registered but haven't received the e-mail confirmation notice, log-in and select the my preferences link (yet again, top right corner of every page). Click on the Confirm your e-mail address in the E-mail section of the page.
Creating new pages
Before trying to create a new page, please search whether similar content is already in the wiki (using the search section in the left sidebar). If the content similar to what you want to contribute is already present, consider adding to the existing content (use the edit tab at the top of the page).
After you've verified that there is no matching content, type the proposed page title in the Search box (left sidebar) and press the Go button. The search results will also show a link that allows you to create a new page.
If you want to:
- Add a new Tcl script (EEM policy, tclsh script, or any other Tcl code), open the main Tcl page, enter the title of the new script in the input box in the right sidebar and press the Add button.
- Similarly, if you want to add a new EEM applet, open the main EEM applet page.
In both cases, the new page that will open will be preloaded with a template that will help you to quickly enter your code in a standardized format.