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Re: [FreeON-devel] The FreeON wiki is open for business!

From: Nicolas Bock
Subject: Re: [FreeON-devel] The FreeON wiki is open for business!
Date: Mon, 30 Apr 2012 11:55:45 -0600

Hi Jose,

I am blown away :) Thanks so much for taking the time to add so much material in such a short time!

Looking at I really like what you did. Especially the line by line comments are great. I think eventually we should have a reference manual style section somewhere that explains each option in detail, but still I think for some examples we should document each line the way you did it for educational purposes. I also like the picture you added. For MD or NEB calculations we could add animated images as well, to illustrate the motion or the reaction paths. Density maps and such things would also make for nice illustrations. I will have to look into how to best generate such imagery.

Thanks again for taking the time to add what you added to the wiki,


On Mon, Apr 30, 2012 at 06:26, Jose R. Valverde <address@hidden> wrote:
Hi Nick,

       thanks for setting up the wiki. I have started to upload some materials,
beginning with a couple of examples and comments. I also took the liberty to
add comments on the already existing example (CH4.inp).

       Would you be so kind as to have a look and let me know if the approach
I've taken is good for you and whether you'd rather prefer it in some other
way, or whether you'd suggest any improvements?

       I would start writing about the configuration file, but I think I'll
prefer to write it offline first.


On Wed, 25 Apr 2012 12:40:39 -0600
Nicolas Bock <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi,
> please visit
> and check out our new wiki. There is nothing really on there yet, but we
> are hoping that with your help there will be soon. The wiki is completely
> open, which means that you can add, edit, and delete content as you wish,
> with or without a wiki account.
> I suggest we think about what information a user or a developer would like
> to find on a wiki. My guess is (in no particular order of importance):
> * API
> * Input file syntax
> * Example inputs, illustrating all features of FreeON
> * A feature list
> I would like to encourage you to add to this list and of course to start
> adding content to the wiki.
> Thanks already for your help,
> nick

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