The Win-Test Wiki project was originally started by Simon Pearson, M0CLW, as an additional source of information for Win-Test users. As time progressed, more users began contributing, each of them with slightly different ideas and editing know-how. So we found it's time for a style guide as this documentation will finally grow into a complete reference manual that will - hopefully - be included with the Win-Test software distribution in the near future, thus replacing the slightly outdated reference manual.
Authors and Contributors
We have highlighted the currently most active people here, but there are many more contributors who support our work or have provided a great amount of help to the project in the past. There are a lot of unnamed people who help out with their comments or supply answers on the Win-Test support reflector.
The list provided is in alphabetical order.
CT1BOH, DJ1YFK, DL4NER, DL5RMH, DL6RAI, DL8NAS, EB2CYQ, F5HRY, F5MZN, F6FVY, I2WIJ, M0CLW, M3PHP, N6TV and many more...
Want to help?
You are very welcome to join us and to keep this documentation up-to-date as the Win-Test software is being pushed forward. Please feel free to contribute in any way you can!
- If you don't know where to start, try our TODO list. There are some small jobs listed, like creating screenshots, fixing typos or pointing out mistakes or misunderstandable information wherever you find it. It would be a great help.
- For help on getting started with editing pages on the wiki, please see Help:Editing and refer to the MediaWiki 'rg/wiki/Help:Wiki_markup_examples wiki markup examples' page.
If you're planning to contribute information, please read the Win-Test wiki style sheet before you start.