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[p]This is h-node.org's wiki.[/p] to
[p]You can help
h-node project in many ways, but please read our [[FAQ]] page first. It makes contributing much easier. After that you can help...[/p] for
[*] by [a]http://www.h-node.org/hardware/catalogue/en|inserting[/a] detailed information about your hardware to the database.[/*]
[*] by creating new pages and updating existing ones in this wiki (both in English and in your own language).[/*]
[*] by writing in the [[mailing lists]] to discuss ideas about the future of h-node.org.[/*]
[*] by helping to improve the source code of [[h-source]].[/*]
[*] by improving our [[client
h-node.org]] which is written in Python[/*]
[*] by completing one of our tasks on our [[ToDo|ToDo list]].[/*]
[*] by helping on the [[i18n process]].[/*]
[h1]How to discover your hardware[/h1]
The "[[Discover your hardware]]" page explains how to discover detailed information about your hardware using a few simple commands.
[h1]How to test your hardware[/h1]
Visit "[[How to test your hardware]]" for hardware testing suggestions. The entries are not the only ways of testing, but they have worked for other hardware.
[h1]How to compile an h-node entry[/h1]
[p]"[[Guidelines on how to compile a hardware device page]]" will help when inserting a new device to the database. It defines the format which you should follow when inserting information to the database.[/p]
[h1]Wiki tutorial: tags[/h1]
You can read this [[wiki tutorial]] to learn about using tags. They similar to HTML tags and are used in our wiki as well as in the devices' description section to format the layout of text.
[h1]Devices that can't be easily cataloged on h-node[/h1]
[p]Some devices can't be easily cataloged on h-node because it is not possible to retrieve some crucial information, for example the vendorid:productid code. For this reason those devices can be listed inside the "[[manually indexed devices]]" page.[/p]
[a]https://www.theseus.fi/bitstream/handle/10024/60995/lammi_matti.pdf?sequence=2 | H-node.org–Hardware Database for Free Software Community Analysis and Development - Matti Juhani Lammi[/a]