[Slackdocs] Small suggestion
noryungi at gmail.com
Thu Aug 23 21:57:30 CEST 2012
On Aug 23, 2012, at 8:04 PM, Nicolas Kovacs wrote:
> Earlier this afternoon, I had an exchange on LQ with someone about a specific SLiM configuration (the login manager). I wrote a short answer, but while it was fresh in my memory, I decided to "jump over my shadow" (as we say in my native Austria) and do the explanation in a new article on docs.slackware.com.
That's a nice page - I have added a couple of lines about the "who -r" command, to check the current run level.
> I guess the quest for clear editorial lines can be done better with an example, so here goes. If you have any suggestions about the presentation of the page, I'm curious about your peer review.
Two things stood out for me:
1) Screenshots - come on, this is a graphical login manager! ;-)
2) I think linking to a page about run levels would be nice as well - I'll try to do that tomorrow.
Also, a page about Slackware Builds would be nice.
In other words, I think hyperlinking a page as much as possible would be great, for beginners and experienced users alike.
Just my euros 0.02…
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