User talk:User4042

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Software updates

Hello User4042, I've seen your backlog entry. Thank you and welcome to the FSD. :-)
However this is not the right procedure to follow: this is a public wiki and if you want to update KDiff3 you should do the edits yourself and ask for their approval during the next IRC meeting. You should click on Edit using a form.

Any problem regarding a software should be appended in its discussion page (click on Add discussion).
Collaboration is highly encouraged. If you need help, feel free to ask. ;-) --LorenzoAncora (talk) 06:49, 29 March 2019 (EDT)

Thank you LorenzoAncora. I didn't perform the edits because it was more than just a simple website change, and I'm new to FSD. You say ”If you need help, feel free to ask.“. What's the right place to ask questions, if I cannot attend to the IRC meetings? --User4042 (talk) 03:25, 4 April 2019 (EDT)
You're welcome. :-)
If you can't use an IRC client, try the web interface offered by Freenode. If you cannot use IRC because of your timezone or work, there are two types of contact points:
  • The right place to ask a question about a specific FSD page/entry is the Talk page of the administrator who created the software entry or you can also ask me directly on my Talk page. Talk pages can also be accessed using the "(talk)" link before user signatures, always write detailed questions;
  • Questions about the whole FSD or about the licenses can be posted via email to the FSD mailing list. Always write detailed questions, use text-only emails.
All discussions are public. You will receive an answer during each meeting, of even quicker. ;-) --LorenzoAncora (talk) 08:39, 5 April 2019 (EDT)

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