here's a first experimental PMS wiki on wikia (with ads, but free): http://ps3ms.wikia.com
Everyone with a wikia account should be able to join...
Best regards, Otmanix
Hello Otmanix,1. Thanks for this "PS3 Media Server for dummies / PMS tutorial".
It is really great and put some organization into the PS3MS Forum which is too big for me/us for trying to find easily a specific info/data, post a given message and/or have an at a glance idea about where this unique S/W is standing at a given time...
I'm not a complete dummy, but as I/we need to face to tens - hundreds of issues a day (not only PS3MS), I/we cannot each time spend a lot of (too-too much) time for finding a given piece of information regarding our lovely S/W.
To give an idea: My new Bravia W5500 serie was not working at all 1st time I have tested it with a half dozen of DLNA / UPnP A/V servers including PS3MS v.1.10.x. Then, I heard about a new version of PS3MS (v.1.11.356) which was the only good one!=> JUST having on this forum a dedicated and closed thread updated regularly
(let's say once a week / twice a month) by an authorized person summarizing where PS3MS is standing and going for the key features will be enough for a starting point, including a Foreword recaping what is PS3MS, what it can and cannot do. All these very-very basic stuff don't exist as of today in a single place, easy to access, to read, to understand, to print, etc...2. I just red thru your "experimental PMS wiki" which is more for what I am looking for / expecting regarding "The DOC" for PS3MS as it is much more structured!
Organization is one key element of success and sharing...
I can understand both you and Meskibob are in synch on this subject. It would be nice if we could move into this direction quickly.
I am using now PS3MS for a little bit more than one month and it is still nightmare to understand all the specificities of this lovely S/W. This is why, based on my particular needs, I have started to build my own "DOC" which is by definition uncomplete and with a lot of approximations and errors!PS: A suggestion to both Shagrath & Meskibob :
"The PS3MS's experts have to put together (right now if not already available) a single document (PDF) where thru few pages (5 to 10) the end users (old and new) can easily and quickly find out all the key specifications and parameters of PS3MS for an efficient implementation. (Rather than spending hours and hours reading thru and/or posting on the PS3MS forum!)
Long life to PS3MS!