The Linkstation Wiki is changing its structure slightly to cope with growth, and to ease the burden on the current team. Here is the structure we are moving towards, more information on the upcoming recruitment drive will follow soon! Please note that of course we expect some individuals will fall in many of the following categories.
The NAS-Central Community consist of all sorts of people
There are some with experience with linux, some even are coders but most guys here just have bought a linkstation and found out it was hackable. The Linkstation often is the entry-point for most guys to Linux. Nobody has to know much about Linux when starting to mess with the small boxes but expect a steep learning curve!
Note: NAS-Central is changing its structure slightly to cope with growth, and to ease the burden on the current team. The structure we are moving towards is depicted in the Community Structure Diagram, more information on the upcoming recruitment drive will follow soon! Please note that of course we expect some individuals will fall in many of the following categories (see Forum Group Listing for a more complete listing).
|Forum Moderators||Developers||Beta Tester's Group|
These guys (and the admins/moderators) have access to the
developer section of the community: DEVELOPMENT.
If you want to join this group, please see BetaTester Sign-Up and contact one of the admins/moderators.
- Consider donating to this Wiki! - Site Support
Please think about a donation - The 2010 NAS Central Donation Drive
- Feel free to add some useful stuff!
There are some articles out there that are currently empty and which maybe of main interest! Look inside: Category:Stubs
- Become a betatester!
If you feel comfortable with linux and you want to test the latest stuff join the team ... Sign Up Here.
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