RRPedia reborn and needs your input

#1
It needs love, content, help pages written and just general TLC. It grew, it died in a backup cockup, it sat frozen under polar ice, but it's back and ready to go.

It's the RRPedia, our answer to the ARRSEPedia.

I'll leave it at that for now given the time, and crack on tomorrow.

(It took a while Seaweed but we got there!)
 
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guestm

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#7
I just spent ******* ages creating an awesome STC page, TWICE and when I tried to preview or save it, RRpedia shit the bed and came up with an error message. So I suggest any articles are created and saved in Word and copied over to save you the trauma of wasting an hour of your life before this is remedied.
 

Seaweed

War Hero
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#8
You also need to have the proof version saved so that you can put it back after some nincompoop scribbles on your RRPedia contribution, usually thinking they are clever when they are not.
 
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guestm

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#9
Seeing as you have done a few Seaweed, how about some tips for the beginner.

Like where the create button is could be a good start.
Type the name of the page you want to create in the search bar, it will then let you create a new page.
 

Ageing_Gracefully

War Hero
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#10
As long as you remember to tell people that the sole purpose of the Navy is to support the Army in actually defeating the enemy. Remember all that swanning about down south in '82 was purely to get bayonets on the islands to do the business :)
 
#18
As long as you remember to tell people that the sole purpose of the Navy is to support the Army in actually defeating the enemy. Remember all that swanning about down south in '82 was purely to get bayonets on the islands to do the business :)
Wil do, as an aside do we also mention the navy's role in Crete and Dunkirk,as opposed to getting bayonets onto the beach :-D
 

Ageing_Gracefully

War Hero
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#19
Wil do, as an aside do we also mention the navy's role in Crete and Dunkirk,as opposed to getting bayonets onto the beach :-D
certainly. You ran a fairly decent taxi service in the 40's. Not sure you are still up to it though ;-)

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