Most people when they encounter a problem during development or use of Drupal do a Google search on the topic and end up, after some sifting and speed-reading, with a couple of text snippets that together form an answer. The purpose of this project is to make it easy to build a record of these snippet trails and to share them with the community.
To get started register for an account and submit your first problem to the system. To make things easier we have made a bookmarklet for submitting solutions: all you need to do is select the text snippet on a webpage while surfing and hit the bookmarklet. It will take the url, page title and selected text snippet into the form, the site also remembers what problem you last visited and references this on the solutions you submit. So you only need to review the data and hit submit. To be able to use the bookmarklet, just drag the following link for the druplet bookmarklet into your bookmark toolbar.
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