I've updated sublimetextwiki.com so that it can now handle documents.
The first version of the site got blasted by spam, so we lost a lot of stuff, and I moved it to a download site for packages. However, I've now updated it so that we can build a repository of markdown documents, using Subversion to handle the content. Here's the plan.
To contribute to the documents on this site, you'll need to be a contributor to the package collection. If so, you'll be largely set.
At the very root of the subversion tree, there is a directory called
sublimetextwiki. This is the full content of the site. To edit, you'll need to;
- check out the source code from
- edit the site.
- commit changes back.
The site is set up to receive a callback every time the subversion repository, and this callback should refresh the site automatically. It may take 30 seconds or so for changes to appear -- more if you've committed something large like a screencast, so you may need to be a little patient.
Editing the site is just a matter of knowing the subversion structure. The page content is build in Markdown; all the page content is stored in
sublimetextwiki/pagesource, and translated into html pages in
Since markdown doesn't feature a nice way to link to other markdown documents, I've added one. Source content that looks like so:
will be considered a link to another maarkdown page, and translated into a link to
I figure this'll now be a good place for some of the screencasts and similar great stuff that's being developed.
sublimetextwiki.com/pages/in ... utors.html