Talk:Destinations/Creating a Destination

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Hello! I'm not used to wikimedia's platform and i'm new on the developer community website, so i hope i'm not doing anything wrong by netiquette by writing here :)

I'm a 3Dflow employee and i've been notified about this page actually by some of our steam edition customers. I'm writing a destinations specific tutorial since those customers asked, and i'm considering if i should put it on or on this wiki (or both).

The tutorial i'm making is Zephyr + Blender specific, so it would probably need to be a further section in this page or probably there should be two pages that are linked from this main article, one per software combo? What would be preferrable for the valve developer community standards?


--Knukun (talk) 09:56, 14 June 2016 (UTC)

I'm a bit late replying to this, but I'm also new to the wiki and had a similar question regarding another photogrammetry package. One of the Destinations developers responded to me here. Taking his advice I've just finished a page of my own, linked from the software list here, walking people through the setup and basic use of the software in question, maybe you could do something along those lines? I can't speak for Valve, but I can't imagine there would be a problem having your tutorial on both the wiki and your company site. --ItEndsWithTens (talk) 19:38, 28 June 2016 (UTC)