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Where is hosted the Tomato Documentation Project ?

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by e-gaulue, Apr 26, 2012.

  1. e-gaulue

    e-gaulue Networkin' Nut Member

    It's so easy to find general information or examples regarding Tomato and so hard to find precise ones. I mean, reading "here you have to checked this box for it to work" doesn't satisfy me, I like to know why I need to check the box and decide myself if I'm too stupid to understand.

    We can find some piece of documentation on wikipedia, wikibook tomato/polarcloud, tomatousb, linksysinfo.org (FAQ & Forum), git, each mods developers...

    I understand Tomato is a moving project and it's hard to maintain a documentation, but maybe there is already a Tomato Documentation Project ? Where ? How to contribute ? And if not, why not (preserving developers works) ?

    For end-users: http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Tomato_Firmware/Menu_Reference needs to be updated. Maybe we could also think to a better onboard documentation.
    For advanced users: description of nvram values and how to manage the router from command line would be great.
    For developers: summary of the project history and how to use the git. Explanation of the file organization and how to make/debug a build.

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