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The most important South Slavic Literature Library (SSLL) elements are:

Usage concepts - readers and editors

SSLL is a restricted Wiki system, which means that not everyone is permitted to do everything. The following access levels are meant to promote the One for all and all for one spirit:

  • Anonymous readers: As long as you do not login using a user name and password, you are an anonymous reader - you may browse the Library pages, but can not take part in some of the more constructive roles.
  • Readers: As soon as you create a unique user name and then login with it, you are not anonymous any more. Although you can not change the contents of the basic pages, as a registered reader you can:
    • Start your own discussion/presentation within SSLL - notice the link “My Talk” appearing in the right upper corner;
    • Take part in discussions of each and every page of the Library - notice the “discussion” link on the upper margin.
  • Editors: There is a possibility of being invited to become an editor. Also, you can write to the administrator or the editors, expressing and explaining your wish to join the editors. Editors are keeping the basic library pages up to date. Ideally, an editor takes care of a group of author pages. Not all Library pages are editable by editors.
  • Supereditors: A supereditor has full control over creation, editing and destruction of almost all Library pages. One becomes a supereditor by invitation only.
  • Administrators: Administrators have a full control over all technological and informational aspects of the Library. One becomes an administrator by invitation only.

First steps - using a Wiki system