The forum has grown and grown. A lot of useful information resides within it but can be hard to find sometimes.
Here the LD4all knowledge base comes in. The purpose is to collect useful information, compiled in tutorials, FAQ’s and articles. By LD4all members, for LD4all members.
There the scribes come in.
They have the task of compiling FAQ’s and tutorials from the amazing amount of information we already have around.
The Scribes have their own private forum where they can discuss their projects (who does what, etc.).
On the tutorial forum they also have posting/deleting/editing rights - where all other users are only be able to read.
If you would like to participate in this, please sign in by replying to this post.
If you want to know more about being a scribe on LD4all read this guide
While I appreciate everyones enthousiasm and efforts to be a scribe, since this is all on voluntary basis, after all Not everyone is automatically added to the group. (To prevent the scribes group from becoming just a “gimmick” to have an extra icon below your name)
Everyone who wants to join is therefore considered by the Head Scribe (me, for now ). If you apply, please state the reason why you want to join, and if you already have an idea on a tutorial you want to make. (and if you have, what you would want to make)
Apply if you:* Love going through old post and collect useful material
- Like writing
- can work together well with other scribes
- Have been a member for some time
- Can give constructive feedback and can also work with feedback of others
- Have made at least 50 useful posts
exceptions to these points can be made at the discretion of the head scribe.
If you already have written a very good tutorial/post/article about something it’s also possible to have that moved into the knowledge base. If you post something good in the forum, it can be moved. So don’t apply with finished articles