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'There is (as yet) no general index page for content on this site. Most of the content is only visible by using the "search" function, top right.'
 
'There is (as yet) no general index page for content on this site. Most of the content is only visible by using the "search" function, top right.'
  
It took me a lot longer than it ought to have done to realise that the cute icons gave access to only a tiny part of this wiki!
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It took me a lot longer than it ought to have done to realise that the cute icons gave access to only a tiny part of this wiki[http://san-diegomovers.net/ !]
  
 
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There is no general index (yet), but you can access all the content by following the cute icons.  Can you provide an example of content you were unable to follow links to?
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There is no general index (yet), but you can access all the [http://san-diegomovers.net/ content] by following the cute icons.  Can you provide an example of content you were unable to follow links to?
  
 
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Latest revision as of 09:58, 20 July 2013

NGINX 1.2 is kind of a history. Changelog link should point to http://nginx.org/en/CHANGES-1.2 now. A short introduction and Changelog of 1.3.x would be nice too.

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I think the front page needs a line something like ...

'There is (as yet) no general index page for content on this site. Most of the content is only visible by using the "search" function, top right.'

It took me a lot longer than it ought to have done to realise that the cute icons gave access to only a tiny part of this wiki!

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There is no general index (yet), but you can access all the content by following the cute icons. Can you provide an example of content you were unable to follow links to?

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Well, there is the impractical but complete Special:AllPages. Jeltz 22:16, 8 July 2009 (UTC)

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This is something I was working on but haven't finished:

NginxModulesByExample

I thought it might be an interesting way to present an index of sorts.

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Would just like to point out that Bitbucket.org uses Nginx for all their serving needs as well.

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7.53% :) --Cenk 19:24, 9 January 2010 (UTC)

Added the Indonesian translation for the main page

http://wiki.nginx.org/NginxId

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TwitPic also uses nginx for hosting and pulls more traffic than all of the sites listed with the possible exception of Wordpress.

--Meltingice 20:27, 18 May 2010 (UTC)