Contribuiscei alla AskMonty Knowledgebase

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La Knowledgebase, così come MariaDB, è sviluppata da una comunità di volontari come te. Vuoi collaborare? Crea un account o accedi con il tuo account OpenID già esistente, dopodichè condividi le tue conoscenze in un qualsiasi articolo della Knowledgebase.

Non riesci a trovare la pagina che stai cercando? Clicca Poni una domanda nella pagina di una categoria. I volontari e gli esperti di MariaDB rispondono a qualsiasi quesito nella Knowledgebase e creano articoli in risposta alle domande più comuni. Visualizza le domande aperte e aiutaci ad aiutare gli altri utenti.

Tuttavia, la knowledgebase non è lo spazio appropriato per chiedere di acquistare supporto per MariaDB. Si utilizzi invece la pagina dei contatti di Monty Program Ab.

Tieniti in contatto con gli altri volontari della Knowledgebase. Unisciti a noi su IRC sul canale #maria channel di Freenode, e unisciti al gruppo e alla mailing list Maria Docssu Launchpad. Non dimenticare di presentarti.

Vedi Contribuire al progetto MariaDB per informazioni su come contribuire a MariaDB.

Contributing Original Articles

Creating an article for the Knowledgebase is similar to asking questions. First, navigate to the category where you feel the article should be. Once there, double check that an article doesn't already exist which would work. It is usually better to improve an existing article (if possible) than to create a new one.

If you determine that a new article is needed, click on the "Create Article" button. If you are logged in and you don't see that button, you are probably viewing an article, not a category. In which case, you need to use the breadcrumbs near the top of the page to navigate up to the parent category.

If you decide to just edit an existing article, click on the "Edit" button.

When you are finished editing an article, please add a revision comment, this will help our editors as they review edits.

Also, when editing an article or creating a new one you can select whether to subscribe to it. When you are subscribed to an article you will receive an email every time the page is updated. To unsubscribe from a page, click on the Edit button, uncheck the subscribe box and click Save.

Formatting Content

Articles, questions, and comments are formatted in the Creole markup language. The Editing Help page has information on the various supported tags and macros. If you are familiar with mediawiki or other wikis, you should have no trouble getting up to speed with Creole.

Translating Knowledgebase Articles

See the Translation HOWTO for information on translating Knowledgebase articles.

How to View Your (and others') Edit History

You can view your recent edit history by clicking on your username (it's displayed at the top right of every page, next to the search box).

The link will be of the form and if you know the username of another user you can put their username in the address bar to view their edit history.

Contribution statistics for all users are located here:

Some style notes

English (US) is the preferred variant of the English to use when creating original articles for the Knowledgebase.

This does not mean that we believe the content should only be available in English. We would like the content to be available in as many languages as possible. However, so that we can verify the accuracy of a new article, it first needs to be written in English.


We are working on having an issue tracker to track things that need improvements in the Knowledgebase. Until then, we have a partial list below. This list is not exhaustive. If you find something that needs improvement, just edit the page. If you're unsure, discuss your idea on the mailing list.

    • Write a detailed explanation of the SCHEDULE clause, with example.
    • Document the ON COMPLETION clause.
    • Document COMMENT.
    • Document the time units.
    • Write detailed documentation on how to specify user accounts.
    • Page refers to GRANT for the IDENTIFIED BY clause, but GRANT doesn't document it further. Either GRANT should get that information, or it should be on CREATE USER, and grant should link here. GRANT is already a long page with the privilege explanations.


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