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Funnily enough, writing such a list has been on my TODO for a while.. (Though anyone else is welcome to have a go). The problem with actually realising it, is that the Tutorials that are linked are hard to tell apart from those that aren't. PM internally, that is. The Tutorials page is just a hand-edited HTML page.

What it would need is a flag on each tutorial, or similar, which is set when it is added to the page. Or better, an automated way to create the page, where new Tutorials land in a 'uncategorized' section, until someone sorts them into place. (Yup, I prefer that idea, less room for error that way.)

Now all we need is someone with the time and inclination..


Update: I've added a paragraph to the pmdev ToDo wiki to this effect..

In reply to Re: Keeping Tutorials Current by castaway
in thread Keeping Tutorials Current by Limbic~Region

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