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<strong>MediaWiki has been successfully installed.</strong>
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Welcome to the shiny new SubjectsPlus wiki. Something terrible happened to the old wiki, so we're porting content over here, starting with the v3 stuff.  And guess what, we're making good progress on version 4!
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==SubjectsPlus 4.0==
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Yup, we're working on this now.  The focus for this version is improving the guide creation functionality, which hasn't had much attention recently.  Expected:  Fall 2015, optimistically September.
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* [[What to Expect When You're Expecting Version 4]]
  
Consult the [//meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Help:Contents User's Guide] for information on using the wiki software.
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==SubjectsPlus 3.0==
  
== Getting started ==
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Version 3.x is out for real: [https://github.com/subjectsplus/SubjectsPlus SubjectsPlus on GitHub]. 
* [//www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Special:MyLanguage/Manual:Configuration_settings Configuration settings list]
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* [//www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Special:MyLanguage/Manual:FAQ MediaWiki FAQ]
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Docs etc. will slowly start to appear here, but you can look at the 2.x docs for now....
* [https://lists.wikimedia.org/mailman/listinfo/mediawiki-announce MediaWiki release mailing list]
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* [//www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Special:MyLanguage/Localisation#Translation_resources Localise MediaWiki for your language]
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'''We recommend this version over 2.x, because it's more awesome.'''
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* [[What's New in 3.0]]
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* [[Installation/Upgrade 3.0]]
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* [[Requirements 3.0]]
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* [[Getting Started 3.0]]
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* [[Customization 3.0]]
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* [[Troubleshooting 3.0]]
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==SubjectsPlus 2.0==
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Version 2.x is pretty rad, but version 3 is radder. 
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* [[What's New in 2.0]]
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* [[Installation/Upgrade 2.0]]
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* [[Requirements 2.0]]
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* [[Getting Started 2.0]]
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* [[Customization 2.0]]
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* [[Troubleshooting 2.0]]
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* [[Summon Integration]]
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* [http://www.eifl.net/subjectsplus-step-step-guide SubjectsPlus Step-By-Step Guide by EIFL-FOSS] -- Written for 1.x, but should still be helpful
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== Sites Using SubjectsPlus ==
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* [[Sites using SubjectsPlus]]
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== Internationalization ==
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The information from version 1.0 should still be relevant for translations of SP:
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* [[Internationalization 1.0]]
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== In the News ==
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This is just a place to capture articles/posts that talk about SP/compare it with other applications, etc.  
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* [[SubjectsPlus in the News]]
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==Changelog / Road Map==
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Oh, this hasn't been updated in a while. Stay tuned . . .
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* [[Changelog]]
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* [[Planned/Desired Functionality]] -- what should be in 1.0 -- or now, what should have been done
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== Documentation on Previous Versions ==
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It's recommended you upgrade when convenient.  See [[Upgrading from Version 0.8]] and [[Upgrading to 1.0]] (this presupposes you are working with 0.9).  Version 2.x has an auto upgrader (from 1.x).
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* [[SubjectsPlus 1.x]]
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* [[SubjectsPlus 0.9]]
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** Stable, but not being actively developed anymore
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* [[Version 0.8 Documentation]]
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Revision as of 19:18, 15 August 2015

Welcome to the shiny new SubjectsPlus wiki. Something terrible happened to the old wiki, so we're porting content over here, starting with the v3 stuff. And guess what, we're making good progress on version 4!

SubjectsPlus 4.0

Yup, we're working on this now. The focus for this version is improving the guide creation functionality, which hasn't had much attention recently. Expected: Fall 2015, optimistically September.

SubjectsPlus 3.0

Version 3.x is out for real: SubjectsPlus on GitHub.

Docs etc. will slowly start to appear here, but you can look at the 2.x docs for now....

We recommend this version over 2.x, because it's more awesome.

SubjectsPlus 2.0

Version 2.x is pretty rad, but version 3 is radder.

Sites Using SubjectsPlus

Internationalization

The information from version 1.0 should still be relevant for translations of SP:

In the News

This is just a place to capture articles/posts that talk about SP/compare it with other applications, etc.