If you are not an approved wiki editor the easiest way to create or edit a page is to make a pull request to the github repository of this wiki. Any changes accepted on the github project will be synced with this site every 5 minutes. In order to do this, follow the instructions below.
If you do not already have a GitHub account, go to https://github.com/join and create one.
Once connected, go to https://github.com/LetsRoleRPG/wiki, and click on Fork in the top right.
This operation will take a few seconds.
The wiki project has now been cloned in your namespace. Browse the folders to find the file you want to edit. Click on the name of the file to open it:
Now, click on the small edit icon on the right of Raw | Blame. You will end up in a text editor where you can make your edits.
You will notice that the page starts with a list surrounded by ---. You can change the title of the page here, but you should not edit any other information in this list.
To format the text under the ---, use the markdown syntax.
Once your edits are done, scroll until finding the Commit changes form. Fill out a title describing the changes made, then click on Commit Changes. You can do the same process for several files.
The changes you made are now saved, but only on your clone. You will now need to propagate them back to our project. Go back to https://github.com/LetsRoleRPG/wiki, and click on Pull requests in the main tabs. Now click on New pull request.
Then click on the link compare across forks.
In base repository, keep LetsRoleRPG/wiki, and in head repository, choose your fork (if your github username is kitten, choose kitten/wiki).
You can see the changes that you made compared to the original file.
Click on Create pull request, tell us what you modified in the form, then click again on Create pull request.
The Let's Role moderators will proof read your edits, and if everything is alright, accept the pull request. Your edit will appear on the wiki site after acceptance of your pull request. If there is a problem, an explanation comment will be provided to you.
If you've already made a lot of edits with success, or that you are a trusted member of our community, you can contact on of the moderators to ask for a direct access to the wiki. You will then be able to edit pages without using github.
All the pages in this wiki are under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License, which mean you are free to share and adapt the content, but you need to give attribution (with at least a link to this wiki) and you cannot use the content for commercial purpose.