Another week, and the wiki continues to grow. Up to now I’ve mostly pointed out items of interest to developers, but today I’d like to point out something of broader interest – DotNetNuke AppSettings. Did you know that DotNetNuke has 11 separate AppSettings in the web.config? Whilst the default configuration is fine for most people have you ever wondered what some of them do, or thought that perhaps you should consider tweaking some of them ? Well, now all 11 are detailed here .
We believe that folks who are creating value for others should receive recognition for their participation, contribution and support of the DotNetNuke Community, so today we launched the community recognition Hall of Fame . The Community Recognition Program provides opportunity for active members to distinguish themselves and for newcomers to get acquainted with folks in our dynamic, growing community (and I’m sure does no harm for system integrators, hosters, skinners and developers to showcase their prowess to potential customers)
One of the ways that you can earn points for the community recognition Hall of Fame is by contributing to the Wiki . Adding or editing a wiki post is worth 10 points (up to the maximum daily count), so if you’re interested in raising your community recognition scores, the wiki’s a great way to do this.
Note: Any logged in user can add and edit wiki pages - Contributors are invited to share content under general guidelines of the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike license. This is a great way to add useful knowledge that benefits the whole community, and a great way to get noticed, particularly for any community members hoping to get more involved in community teams (or eventually the core team)