Although the most content on openPM is in German language, we are very glad to support the new PMCampBCN in our wiki.

As your Barcamp is held in English language of course all contributions on this page and the following sub-pages will be in English as well.

 

Please find the official homepage of PMCampBCN here.

Please help us to document the session and the contributions of the participants in our wiki

PMCampBCN 2015 - Documentation

And here is a short how-to-description how documentation in this wiki works:

How to document on openPM?

Every Internet user has read Access in our wiki. For Contributions (such as the documetation of your barcamp) Registration and Login is required. That´s no big thing and we won´t abuse your personal data, but in cases of complaints, violations of the Netiquette we Need a way to reach you for clarification.

How to register/sign-in?

Where do I find my barcamp documentation?

How can I create a page?

How to edit an existing page?

How to format text?

How to insert pictures, tables, etc?

How to insert a hyperlink?

How to insert Tweets (Twitter)?

If you need further assisstance?

How to register/sign-in?

To Register/Sign-In please use the Buttons in the top right corner:

Follow the registration:

 

and Login

Where do I find my barcamp documentation?

You can use the search function:

 

("Suchen" is German for search.)

Or for the PMCampBer use the links above... (PMCampBCN 2015 - Documentation)

How can I create a page?

When you want to create a page please navigate to the documentation page of your barcamp and then click "Create":

 

A new page will be created underneath the current page.

Please follow the dialogue:

 

Unfortunatelly parts of this dialogue are in German again. Bloody Germans! (As this comment was contributed by a German admin, it is not a violation of our nettiquette):

"Erstellen" means Create

"Schließen" means Close

If your creating a session docu, please start your page title: "Docu: ..." and also use the tagging possibilities.

How to edit an existing page?

It´s not unpolite to edit someone elses page but an contribution - a gift! Please feel free to add additional information or sources, add a picture or correct a mistake Comments and discussion are welcome

For editing just navigate to the page you want to edit and click "Edit":

 

And when you are done, don´t forget to safe your changes.

How to format text?

...please use the editor functionality:

How to insert pictures, tables, etc?

Again there are specific icons in the editor bar:

How to insert a hyperlink?

Please mark the text you want to create a hyperlink for and click:

And follow the dialogue:

Again this diaologue is partly in German:

"Verknüpfung einfügen" = Insert a Hyperlink

"Suchen" = Search

"Verknüpfungstandort" = The hyperlink itself (e.g. http://.... - not needed if you refer to another wiki page.)

"Verknüpfungstext" = The text how the hyperlink will be displayed on the page

"Einfügen" = Insert

"Abbrechen" = Cancel

The various options are:

Search: Search for another page in the wiki you want to refer to. Just start entering the title of that page.

Recently Viewed: Offers you the wiki pages you recently visited. Quite helpful if you just created a new page and now want to insert hyperlinks to that page on other pages.

Attachments: You can add file attachments to a page (see section "How to insert pictures/...?" above). Using this option you can create a hyperlink referring to one of those attachments of a page.

Web Link: A hyperlink referring to any url in the internet.

How to insert Tweets (Twitter)?

To include a tweet on a page just copy the twitter url into the editor:

The editor will automatically change this url into a widget:

And after safing the tweet will be included in the page such as:

If you need further assisstance?

Do not hesitate to contact us by mail: info@openpm.info.

As openPM is run by volunteers and non-profit we will not be able to offer 24/7 support but we will do our best and we are glad to support you.

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