You should register
as a user for the ST wiki (using your first name + last name as wiki name) and send your username to email@example.com
The wiki account lets you edit pages of the ST Wiki
and gives you access to the IntraWiki
. The latter site can only be viewed with your wiki account.
- Try viewing the IntraWiki main page; type your wikiname and password in the dialog
At the IntraWiki you have your own personal web.
- Find your IntraWiki web in the list of StudentWebHomes and open your WebHome in a new window.
Your personal web should be used to maintain your studyplan, assignments you make for courses, etc. The web is viewable only to yourself and the ST staff. Make sure that your fellow students cannot access the pages (ask your neighbour now). This is important since you will be placing your reviews on your personal web and those should not be readable to other students.
In the rest of this assignment you learn the general concepts of Wikis and the features
of the TWiki instance we are using. At the end you should fill your personal web with
a required set of pages.
Read the 'One-Page Primers' referred to at the TWiki.WebHome
page and make sure to
learn all there is to know about TWiki. While reading you can experiment with editing, markup, etc. in your personal web.
- From your WebHome link to the page WikiSandbox (in your own web)
- Make BookMarks page with links to courses you are going to take
Decorate your own Web
When you know all about TWiki it is time to fill your web with pages you
are going to need for the ST program and/or the Software Engineering course.
- Pointers to all relevant subpages
- Short cuts to important pages shows up in the navigation bar on the left
- If you are following the ST master program maintain your study plan on this page
- List of courses you plan to follow in each period
- You should also maintain your studyplan at Students
- General log of your activities in ST study
- Log of your activitities for the SWE course
- What have you been reading
- Links to interesting articles/blogs/tutorials/... you encountered
- What did you think about it (maybe on a separate page)
- What did you contribute to the project
- How much time did you spend
- Overview page with links to all the review pages
- Each review should be on a separate page
- Use paragraphs and section headers to make structure visible
- Maintain an index of noteworthy events
You should at least get some experience with using TWiki, since that is relevant for the project. Instead of using the wiki you may also opt to use public blog to maintain your log, paper reviews, and other blogging on software engineering. However, you should use a separate blog for this purpose; not one in which you do blogging about your stamp collection.