~whereswaldon/arborchat

13debb314d2d4b98688606c0d324c03cf63625e3 — Amolith 2 months ago f6e9c02
reword installation phrase

In general, it's better to refrain from using "here" as link text for
web accessibility. Descriptive links that indicate the destination are
preferred.
https://webaccess.berkeley.edu/ask-pecan/click-here
1 files changed, 2 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-)

M getting-started.md
M getting-started.md => getting-started.md +2 -3
@@ 6,8 6,7 @@ It only takes a few steps to get connected in Arbor!

## Installation

You'll need to download our latest client program release for your operating system.
You can find our releases listed [here](https://git.sr.ht/~whereswaldon/wisteria/refs). Choose the latest release (click on the version number) and then find the download for your Operating System. Here's how to choose:
You'll need to download the latest client version for your operating system from the [release page](https://git.sr.ht/~whereswaldon/wisteria/refs). Choose the most top list item (click on the version number) and then find the download link. Here's how to choose:

- macOS: Choose the one with `macOS_x86_64` in the name
- Windows: Choose the one with `windows_x86_64` in the name


@@ 37,7 36,7 @@ Follow the prompts. Any information that you include in these prompts will be pa

Now we create your Arbor Identity by launching `wisteria`, our client program. Open a terminal and navigate to the folder where you put the `wisteria` executable. Run:

```shell 
```shell
# launch the client connected to our server infrastructure
./wisteria arbor.chat:7117
```