The Logos User Wiki

Chances are you have seen or heard about Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia. The idea behind the Wikipedia is to allow creation and editing of articles by just about anyone. The underlying technology is something called a wiki, which is a simplified content management system that allows anyone to provide or edit articles.

For awhile now, Logos has hosted a wiki for its users. Ours is a bit more simplified than the Wikipedia, but it does the trick. The Logos User Wiki is a place you can go to for tips and even some detailed processes on reinstalling the software, compose feature ideas that others can contribute to or flesh out, or just browse around for ideas on different ways to use Logos Bible Software.

Check it out, and feel free to add articles or tips that you think might help the Logos Bible Software user community! We even have a newsgroup dedicated to questions about the wiki. So give it a shot!

UPDATE: The Logos Wiki has moved to a new location as of 11/12/09.

Comments

  1. Jason Siemens says:

    I wish I had known about this sooner. Tons of great information. I have always felt that I am just scratching the surface in using my software but have not been able to attend a camp Logos as I am stuck up in the frozen north of Canada. Would love to see a camp Logos come to Edmonton.

  2. David Ralph says:

    This is great. I too wished I had known about this earlier. I have been using Logos system for several years and still feel I have just touched the surface of its potential for me. Having a web resource like this will be great.

  3. COLVIL SMITH says:

    I am just a learner about Libronix and the idea of getting any help appeals to me.

  4. EDWARD M. LONG says:

    HI.
    WHAT IS URL. NOT SURE WHAT SHOULD GO IN THIS
    PLACE. I DID SIGN UP FOR THE BLOG BUT NOT SURE
    IT WENT THROUGH. I’M A NOVICE AT THIS LOGOS
    PROGRAM, EVEN WENT TO ONE OF THE CLASSES IN
    BELLINGHAM BUT I WAS OVERWHELMED AND DIDN’T GET
    MUCH OUT OF IT. I DID BUY A BOOK TO HELP BUT I
    HAVEN’T GOT INTO IT YET. I DO USE THE COMMENTARIES ALOT. MAYBE I’LL GET THERE SOON.

  5. Will Berkley says:

    I know that the question mark and asterisk can be used as wild cards in searches. But what if I want to actually search for a question mark in the text (Bible or other resource)? I have tried putting it in quotes
    “?”
    including double quotes, apostrophes, and even tried using apostrophes inside quotes; I also tried using the “exact” function:
    exact(?)
    but none of these finds the punctuation. Any ideas?
    Will Berkley
    Edmonds, WA

  6. Will Berkley says:

    Another comment:
    the link on the Logos page AND the link near the top of this page that points to “Logos User Wiki” is incorrect. It points to:
    [http://wiki.logos.com/logos/]
    but this is not a valid location. Perhaps it used to be but it no longer works. I tried reversing the words:
    [http://logos.wiki.com/logos]
    which took me to the main wiki.com website, but nothing related to Logos. I tried doing a search on Logos and another on Libronix, but I did not find the Logos Wiki mentioned at the top of this page.

  7. Bill Gordon says:

    The links still don’t work and I write this on July 21, 2007. Did they shut the site down?

  8. Still don’t work on June 23, 2008

  9. It’s now moved to http://wiki.logos.com/