March 18, 2008 JoeMurray: Hello everyone. I'm new to the site and I'm searching for best practices for how to manage and online community. What are the key processes such as content moderation, membership management, etc. ? What are the key roles in a mature community management team such as community manager, moderator, etc. ?
Feb 3 2008 KooroshHaghighi : Hi guys. I'm new in this subject, but i found it intresting and educative in all aspects of life. GOOD LUCK.
Jan 12 2008 KirkBailey : Hello all! Wiki's are hugely useful, I am big in favor of everyone using one.
October 18, 2007 JonasDaltonRand: Hello, everybody! I know the way Wikis work (I can teach if anybody needs help, it's my first time, but there's a first time for everything!), and I really, really like it! And, this reminds me of the old Wikipedia before MediaWiki. I am new here, and am known other places as Ionas68224 (Jonas/Ionas/Yonas [hebrew letter Yodh/Iota/Jot] and my IP address, 68.224'.239.145), including Wikipedia. I am blocked there, and on the [Simple English Wikipedia], however on SimpleWP?, I would like to join the project after a year-long break (er... forced break)
I am known internet-wide for my (sometimes doubted) young age of 11. I am homeschooled (not to be confused with Private School)and have lots of time to play, however it bites me back in the ass when I waste too much time and have to cram all that 6TH grade studying and work in to one or two days. I sternly believe in the UseRealNames thing, because unless you're being stalked or have an entry in the municipal phone book, you should not be afraid to tell who you really are. After all, this is the internet and you can be anybody hiding behind an alias.
In Nevada, where I am its 1:51 AM and the teacher (who comes to the house every week) is coming tomorrow, so I'll have more time soon, but for now, greetings! --Jonas Dalton Rand
Why does some wikitext not work? (like [[ link ]], [external link] [http://external.link text], ~~~~, etc.? What does and what doesn't?--Jonas Dalton Rand
How does one create an account around here? --JonasDaltonRand
JudyJohnson?: Hi, I'm trying out various wikis and this one looks interesting
Artie: People! Hello. I got here doing some search about organizing community. i'm currently working on a constitutionally formed traditional community. Kind of like anything you'd find in Hometown, USA (PTA, Elks, Jaycees, GreenPeace?, NOW, Toastmasters, Rotary)Here's what I have so far: http://discussionworkshop.googlepages.com/
14 August 2007 BenjaminMakoHill: Greetings!
31 July 2007 RobbertRaets?: Thought I'd say hi as well
10 July 2007 JerryAndrews: Uh... hiya!
07 June 2007 JohnCroft: Hello Folks. I am a newbie trying to learn Wiki Editing skills for the GaiaFoundation of Australia. Can anyone help me? My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. No problem, we always help each other preferably in an OpenProcess. So feel free to ask in your public contributions in Wiki. This way we can be much more efficient, because each public question and each public answer helps at the same time not only the involved conversation partners but also many other peers. -- FridemarPache
03 June 2007 MichelDegener: Hi there! Just here to say hello! :-)
24 May 2007 AnaisStarr: Just came on this page. Looking for good, helpful info on managing a wiki community.
17 May 2007 HilarioJCarrillo: Whilst traipsing the internet for information on windows server hardening, I came upon this web site.
13 May 2007 AndrewHoerner: Various folks over at CommunityWiki suggested that folks here might be able to help with a project to create a software support system for a large strategic dialog. I'll describe it a bit on my name page. Hi everybody!
6 May 2007 ArtVerso
21 April 2007 GordonJoly
12 April 2007 YauKwanKiu:
26 March 2007 MatthewJacobs: Stumbled across this place while following Wikipedia links from article to article. I find online communities a fascinating subject, and I think RadicalInclusiveness is an excellent page.
5 March 2007P Roberts from no place in particular: stumbled onto wiki while researching something else. i like this better than Wikipedia, only because there is no sense that this is authoritative. One tends to think of Wikipedia as an authoritative source when it might not be.
23 January 2007 TedCoombs: I am interested in the idea of Barn Raising. I have spent the last two months building a wiki site by myself, which of course, is not the idea of a wiki. I really need ideas to make a technically better wiki, and of course, get people to begin adding content.
15 january 2007 verena-e.leitner: oh madness... it is impossible to get an overview on this site... I have spend only a little while here but cannot tell what is serious or if all is a complete joke (which I do not assume). is there something like a "core" somewhere or just tons of communities unattached. really I do not consider myself a netfailure... anybody of you still got the clue? my interest is primarily in social aspects of forming groups - where do I find an anchor to start with? not common, but a heartly hi from vienna, austria.
13 January 2007 MatthewSmalley: fairly new to online communities. Optimistic about emergent functions and communities of wikis and interested in development of english wikipaedia, simple.en and wikiprojects within them.
30 December 2006 AnneStallybrass: I'm only semi-techie but I want to understand how wikis function, especially the building of a community that is both friendly and sustainable.
23 December 2006 MarkMayhew: I just stumbled in. I'm coming back.
12 December 2006 RicoAguirre: Research on various wiki servers for application to public library sites dedicated to community councils. I'm very gung-ho about the whole project and look forward to successfully utilizing this technology which, by the way, is totally new to me. Ahoy, mateys!
07 December 2006 MikeMcGregor: Mostly looking for info on Online community social dynamics, conflict resolution online, etc... I've been on Wikipedia for awhile, and I'm active on a site called [LondonCommons.Net] that is currently going through some growing pains. I hope to breing some useful ideas from here to there. Hello!
06 December 2006 DaveGoodman: Aside from correcting spelling mistakes on Wikipedia, I've been slow to get the wiki thang. Having taken a quick look around, I feel this may change things. Hello!
30 October 2006 RobCollins: Strayed over here from Wikipedia, where meatball pages are linked to provide us with creative thinking about handling conflict. This site also helps me think more positively about the social poison in the veins of a political movement I care about that tries to do its business online. I have felt helpless there. This is already helping.
25 September 2006 ChrisPicone: Mmm... community
14 September 2006 MarkJones: Interested in how groups with particular critical mass are affected by the difficulties of maintaining that mass, and protecting it from those who are less interested to the cultural norms of the group than the committed members of the community. Debian is one example I have in mind. Wikipedia is another.
29 August 2006 DanielSchuman: I am here to read, read, read.
28 August 2006 MichaelMaranda: What took me so long to get here? I regret not following up on the mentions of my friends these past 2 years ... I'm actively organizing around very similar issues through the community networking, technology and media sector. Digital Literacy, Access & Equity!
27 August 2006 MarkGaved: I came across MeatballWiki sometime ago but I'm looking around a little more closely because of conversations at WikiSym 06. I'm co-admin of the Open Guide to Milton Keynes , part of the Open Guides family, wikis for localities. At the moment I'm really interested in the discussion about the development of Creole Wiki markup, I think wiki markup is still a barrier for computer novices to contribute. I think this might be a way to reduce that barrier.
24 August 2006 MichelleTetreault?: I work for a nonprofit and we a looking to have a site we can all work in and have info in. I am not really sure which one to use but I like this style and hope to learn more. We have about 100 people who work here in four differnt buildings and we really need away to comunicate better and I think this maybe it. I would welcome any info or help. Thank you
23 August 2006: CurtBeckmann: First time I've seen your site, and it's a godsend (cap?)! I recently (yesterday? day before?) started WinWinWiki? in the scratchpad of Wikia.com, which kindly linked to the "seedposting" page. I've got tons to learn!
03 July 2006: MikeSweeney: This community has an original approach and values I can agree with, but I became frustrated eith the lack of information navigation features (compared with MediaWiki, MoinMoin, TikiWiki, TWiki, ZWiki, or even TiddlyWiki). This is probably not a problem for regular users of the community, but does present a barrier to new users. I applaud your human centered philosophy and wish you continued success, Mike.
11 June 2006: KHKua: This is a fantastic wiki! A treasure chest of WikiPedia philosophy.
01 June 2006: JustinMcMurtry: Hello! I'm very glad to have found this great resource about how to cultivate healthy communities.
May 18, 2006: MiloszBiedrzycki?: Great site. Actually got me thinking about starting a wiki of my own (of our own, with a group of friends interested in Polish poetry).
May 06, 2006: SamRose: Hi Folks. Nice to be here.
April 28, 2006: TimKeller - Looking at various wiki communities, to see if there's any that fit my needs & talents.
April 27, 2006: Uel Archuletta: just stopped by to learn something Thanks
February 28 2006 WillLakeman: Hi, I thought I'd say hello to say thanks for the inspiration I got from the content here when thinking about how to write an MA dissertation on wikis. I'm happy with what I did, and am spending the time in between degrees trying to work out ways to introduce wikis to people generally excluded from the Internet. I hope to spend more time here.
February 23 2006 Confusion
February 16 2006 ConchitaVaricak
February 9 2006 FrankPurcell
February 8 2006 MikeCox? - I'm experimenting with WikiServer for a departmental homepage, particulalry with a view to sorting out our mess of files and resources that are scattered (undocumented) over 2 shared harddrives, various resource cds etc. I've got a couple of questions to ask already, and i'm bound to have more soon!
December 21 2005 MikeMyers? - I'm exploring wiki's trying to figure out if they'd been a good too to track some documentation in my work environment. Anyone use them that way?
December 8 2005 JayWilliams? - I'm setting up a new public wiki in a few weeks. I currently use one for work intranet and love it. I'm sure I'll have some issues and problems trying to get things the way I want. I'm right now very curious in setting lock outs for editing certain pages.
December 4 2005 PhilSlade? - I'm trying to get a Yahoo Group going to help people in a similar line of work/location (working gardeners in Sussex U.K.) to communicate Google SussexGardener? we had a wiki but it wasn't used much and was deleted- I don't have much success. Advice appreciated
November 23, 2005 DavidPinto - thanks to all founders and contributors; for what purpose is the community built?
October 31, 2005 MarkMangano?
October 27, 2005 BrentSimpson Wikis for education, and community/city wikis.
October 22, 2005: DelphineMénard wondering if the accent will go through
October 11, 2005: ThomasSchandl with an idea for a "inter community". Discussion would be very welcome!
October 3, 2005: AnttiKapanen. Adding to both supply and demand...
September 16, 2005: nmw is shorter than [nmw]
September 16, 2005:JudithHerr ... signing in and looking for help to improve communication and collaboration for the special interest group I'm leading
July 28, 2005: Hello from PaulGaskin
July 15, 2005: TimBonnemann
July 7, 2005: Thanks for the information!! I am interested in connecting with others who have experimented with the use of wikis in higher education, although, since I work for a school of Education (University of Virginia - http://curry.edschool.virginia.edu), I am actually interested in how others may have used - or are thinking of using - wikis at any level of schooling or in training environments. BillBooz
July 7, 2005: Thanks, Meatball. I'd like to connect with others who've started a wiki at work for and from salespeople. Any one out there done this? Thanks. And - I can't figure out how to get my username linked ..... ???? GigiShamRaye
Jun 04 2005: Hi! [Queda Livre Paraquedismo Salto Duplo Fun - Paraquedas].
May 31 2005: Hi, Just doing some testing before i change anything in the ubuntu wiki -- David Giard
May 25 2005: LarsOlson. Yoohoo!
May 18 2005: Hullo from British Columbia, Canada! -- Craig C
April 18 2005: LouisKyuWonRyu?. Just visiting.
April 18 2005: Allright back Online! - Not much changes here as I see.. --~~~~
April 12 2005: Hello from Cambridge, England. We love the wiki way! -- MorganPage?
March 21 2005 Merci de votre aide. Ici quelques ressources au cas où...
March 19 2005 i discovered wikis about 1 year and a half ago, and i immediatly felt like it would be a "key" as a different way of using, getting benefits out of, and sharing/building knowledges over the internet. i keep on trying to understand what really it's all about. And as i learn, i'm trying here and now to help translate some of the materials into french. Given i don't know much about licences and legal stuff, i promise i'll do my best to respect the meaning of original texts and not to steal anything in a way or another ! i've just realized that i hadn't said "hello" when i came in, so... Hello! :-) -- SebastienSauteur
"March 11 2005" Anto - yes it is ! this is the great think about it. Look for tutorials if you need help with it like Ben
"March 3 2005" JerrySwatez? - So, Wiki is a self-correcting information system, yes?
Just wondering how the whole "wiki" thing works. Scott B
Feb 15 2005 Ben Richard - I try the best but it's difficult with wiki
Jan 19 2005 Is anyone in Oregon using wikis at work? If so, please contact me as I am writing an article for Oregon Business Magazine Pat Buescher email@example.com
5 January 2005 RobertWest - eep.
31 December 2004 MartinWallace - Learning as much as I can about the Wiki Way. This is my favorite one so far. I will create a page for myself and help others raise barns very soon.
26 December 2004 Ove Bergersen - [Gdańsk] E-learnings courses in Norwegian offered by the University of Gdańsk, Poland. In a couple of months I hope to present a more professional site. Trying out Wiki at the moment...
24 December 2004 ChrisHuson? - Xmas eve and I'm waiting up for Santa, reading up a bit on wikis, thinking of setting one up for my [family website] or the kids' [school]. I noticed the WikiSchool? project and plan on investigating further.
4 December 2004 Ken Weide -[State Republican Parties] Information about the Republican Party of USA.
23 November 2004 FrankPennycook joining in.
18 November 2004 ChristinaPikas? - [my blog]. Hi all! Just checking in. I'm trying a few wiki things when I get a chance. SunirShah - enjoyed meeting you in RI, I'll send an e-mail when I get caught up.
12th November 2004 MarkHarmer - Very similar to Ben below me, I'm also running several online communities and working with organisational development. It seems to me that most online stuff works when you get the social bit sorted! I'm looking forward to romping through Meatball and learning more. I also play in a [Celtic Band] and have an [online shop] - however, the community aspect of the web is what's really starting to interest me.
7 November, 2004 BenSamples -- I won't pretend that I'm not bewildered by all this and I hope to Whatever Powers That Be that I'm doing this right. I'm new to Wikis but old to online communities -- the articles here about power are incredible and are making me do some serious thinking. Thank you!
6th November, 2004 [Steve Gargin]
29th October, 2004 [Barry Kukkuk] - Point-of-sale software for Retailers in South Africa
25th October, 2004 Wiki:SusanRoy; lurking from c2 and reverting evil spam.
3 October 2004 Richard Felkins was here from San Diego
10 October 2004 EricBowersox - remembered this site and added some updates to info that someone else inserted on my behalf, long ago...
13 September 2004 Jason Tipton, Mantua, OH - check out [Hil-Jacks]
26 August 2004 Doug Durham, Sunnyvale, CA - The thoughts on software design a great! There are people out there who make sense.
03 August 2004 JeffreyRea was here! -San Francisco, CA
22 JULY 2004 MikaelHermansson My first visit.. exciting
16 JULY 2004 ED LADON, DENVER ... I'm intrigued. See U.
13 july 2004 Susan, Los Angeles....need to investigate this
07 July 2004 At the rsik of being reiterative, this sounds interesting. I'll have to check it out sometime when I'm not supposed to be working - RickPreston
05 July 2004 Interesting, i'll be back - [AndyRoberts]
05 July 2004 NiCky? ..sound is life
07 June 2004 WIKI WIKI WIKI WIKI WA!!!! "If at first you dont succeed, you can brush urself off and try again". AznForcez? from Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
04 June 2004 The first appearance of [Nick D] in a wiki. Nice.
04 June 2004 Like Sean Carson said... 'baby steps.' Vash from Singapore
01 june 2004 so how can i add this cool thing to my own pages? http://web.ics.purdue.edu/~lmoussu/myblogger1.html -- this cool thing being what, a wiki?
29 May 2004 [Bernie Goldbach] - taking some lessons from this community and infusing them into our emerging visual arts group. 2004-05-28 BisonPilot? - A dramatic step toward solving the mysteries of the universe
20 May 2004 LeighHoneywell poked around after a long absence from the wiki world.
18 May 2004 LAXMI WAS HERE
14 May 2004 Dude, Irwin juliandi was here finally.... , just start to enter wiki world.
11 May 2004 Hey! DanPupek was here!
8 May 2004 JamesGreen passed through, looking for inspiration on making his wiki more useful/successful.
27 April 2004 hmmm...<Zhu Zhu strokes her chin> i 've tried crawling around the place and i feel dizzy even though i haven't moved from my chair for a good hour or so. i think it is an awesome idea, but just a little too haphazard to me. i am a livejournal.com girl. it is much easier to keep track of a discussion. i confess that i can be a neat freak. as a person interested in almost everything, blogging and wiki are taking linguistics, sociology, everything you can think of into a whole new dimension.
26 April 2004 ToivoLainevool joined the Meatball.
22 April 2004 JeremyZimmer finally posted to visitor's log after almost a month of exploring Meatball.
14 April 2004 AndrewCates just joined this Wiki
11 April 2004 DickWillis - I am using a Wiki Community in my Science Class for my Honors students at [BayHiCoach] I'm new but I was totally amazed at what you are saying here about non-violence. All of these things I am struggling with as I attempt to teach teenagers that there is a better way to live.
30 March 2004 Hermes. Could I create my own Wiki site? how does this works? (check out http://www.seedwiki.com/ )
30 March 2004 ZviLandsman. I hope I'm doing this rite.
23 March 2004 AndySmith. Testing testing
18 March 2004 IanMariano. Just saying hullo and watching the evolution.
15 March 2004 AntoineBrocard
11 March 2004 PoulStaugaard, apparantly also known on the net as cpe.atm2-0-1141221.0x50c4bd8a.boanxx9.customer.tele.dk (I couldn't help jumping at the chance to create version 500 of MeatballWiki, although it was just to revert a bad edit).
28 Feb 2003 AmeedSaabneh. I love the idea, still need to learn more.
26 Feb 2004 IsaacFreeman. I've recently fallen in love with wiki, esp Wikipedia, et al.
24 feb 2004 DaveFairchild. Intreagued with the concept. Think I'll hang around for a bit.
25 jan 2004RobGraves. Hi. Checking out Wiki. Exciting concept.
21 dec 2003 [Paul] Wishing for my own WIKI server in Wisconsin.
27 Nov 2003. StijnSanders. I'm getting used to my own wiki that does HTML, not good.
7 Nov 2003 Ok i signed this before but someone deleted it, so i'll sign it again :) -- Raaabo
5 Nov 2003 Anthere. Yet Another Wikipedian. Hi. French. Woman. Here AntHere. Admin of fr, en and meta. Been here and there for a year now, since the day I had to block someone in phase I and did not know how to do it :-) Discovered meatball though Koyaanis and TheCunctator, following bread crumbs. Having troubles with Security and CommunityBuilding. Often lurk here and there to try to find inspiration. Need inspiration.
5 Nov 2003 JussiVilleHeiskanen aka Cimon Avaro. Another wikipedian. An admin on the English Wikipedia. Martin Harper's sneaky, but persistent sprinkling of bread crumbs (i.e. external links to MeatballWiki pages), finally did its job, and tickled my curiosity. Mostly lurking.
31 Oct 2003 PoorSand? I am trying to add something for the first time. Does it work?
22 Sept 2003 JoelDowns. Thought you guys might be interested in my community-oriented site, AnswerBag - http://www.answerbag.com. It's something of a user-generated FAQ that allows people to create new categories, questions, and answers, and to rate other people's answers.
8 Aug 2003 FredrikPetersson?. Seems I end up at MeatballWiki every time I Google for stuff I'm interested in right now. I have a homepage at http://pesononline.com but it doesn't really contain anything you guys would be interested in. Perhaps the place I work, [the smart studio] can be of interest. Anyway, great work everybody.
Question: has anybody given much thought on how to extend you wiki onto other media formats? Primarily I'm thinking about how to add annotations to printed books. Using ISBN I guess, but then what?
28 July 2003 Luis E. Hernandez. I'm in Venezuela, south america. You've probably heard about us because of our president, Hugo Chavez. I was up late looking up definitios and articles about demagogues and I came up with this page. Nice community you have here. By the way, any thoughts on DemaGoguess?
23 July 2003 Billie Hughes. I learned about this from Alan Levine (MCCD) URL: http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/ and George Seimens' newsletterURL: http://www.elearnspace.org. They are quite interesting and might be a tool we could use for strategic planning.
19 July 2003 TedErnst - I heard about this site from http://www.openspaceonline.net and I also run a wiki site at http://www.chicagohumanist.org but mostly it's just me writing and editing there. I related my recent BarnRaising experience on that page before I found this page.
25 June 2003 Hello. I like the BarnRaising page. Good stuff. I had my wiki going for a little while. Ended up making a horrible mistake.. (rm -r *). Learned my lesson. It's back up, but doesn't have much going on. http://madwiki.neuralevolution.net/cgi-bin/wiki.cgi if you're interested.
11 June 2003 Hi. Ruby Sinreich coming atcha from Chapel Hill, North Carolina. http://www.lotusmedia.org/blog Where are all the spaces going? I found the bit about voting interesting, but the page is hard to follow. Is that a liability with Wiki's?
30 May 2003 Nelson Ferreira Alves, Macau. My sites: http://home.macau.ctm.net/~vicente/
May 15, 2003 EvgenyPatarakin from NizhnyNovgorod? and Pereslavl Zalessky, a small old town in the center of Russia. Very digital town anyway with Internet access in many houses - http://www.botik.ru. We try to create CollectiveHypertext with a different vision of the same words: http://www.iatp.nnov.ru/cgi-bin/linknet.pl?Story=13
May 13, 2003 RichardBWoods : Just getting started
April 24 2003 AlleVanMeeteren: Wiki looks like an interesting tool for the philosophical discussion I'm interested in. It will be a discussion in Dutch and linked with news:nl.filosofie. I will use it on http://www.ankervoorfilosofie-nl.com/cgi-bin/wiki.cgi. I hope I will meet there some people, working on interesting texts. It is a pity it will be in Dutch, but that is the language in which I live.
April 22 2003 GinoTocchetti - exploring/experiencing the WikiSpace.
April 18 2003 ChristopheDucamp - a bit fed up with weblog... and now Wiki CategoryAddicted? . The best content management I've ever seen with real people inside to kill weblogpromotion in organizing some french real meeting points of new-wikists. Would be very interested to share any experience of WikiWebLifeTimeCycle. ;)
April 14 2003 JoiIto Still getting familiar with Wiki's. Running MoinMoin (recommended by Robert Kaye) on my laptop and thinking of setting something up a public server. Found Meatball from JohnAbbe's Wiki after meeting him on the ED Happening... my main output is my blog. http://joi.ito.com/
April 01, 2003 coucou c'est encore PST : Alors, c'est toi, adresse à supprimer :-). RAS FDE.
March 30, 2003 coucou c'est PST. ? alors ?
March 30, 2003 BruceMcHenry Developing semi-open environments for collaborative document production and ownership using annotations, pay-per-click, and processes for establishing the value of contributions. See [].
March 9 2003: Interesting...
February 20, 2003 Haegendas -- A wiki that work's for me... :-)
Feb 10 2003 Jo Howard - I like your concept of conversations, John. I'd like to hear more
February 3, 2003 SimonKågedal -- hello
February 2, 2003 MikkoMantysaari -- trying to learn.
January 27, 2003 Peter Chubb -- I've set up a Wiki using MoinMoin that should (eventually) be visible as IA64Wiki in the InterWiki. Our group is trying to build a community of Itanium Linux users --- Wiki looked like a good way to build participation and content. So far, almost noone outside of our group has contributed (except one turkey who added URLs of porn sites to the sandbox...)
January 16, 2003 Claus Bratvogel - tried TWiki - but usemod is easier to install :) and have now one running with german translation
Jan 10, 2003 EmilioDavis - phpwiki droped me here
January 9, 2003 : GMT+10.5 - FelipeHoffa - Got here from phpwiki.
January 9, 2003 : GMT+9.5 - DaviddeGroot - just checking out a different wiki - I use phpwiki.
January 8, 2003 : GMT+1 - Scott Edwards - New visitor to Wiki. I have bookmarked it for further exploration.
January 7, 2003 Leo Hourvitz - First entry of the new year. We just set up a meatball wiki for our volunteer work, chasing doc links.
3 de Enero de 2002 DavidGonzález? - Solo sé que no sé nada y que pienso luego existo. Gracias a todos los traductores y creadores en español.
September 2002: RichCasto
July 2002: JimScarver
February 2002: BayleShanks
January 2002: RolandTrique?
September 2001: MatthewSimpson
July 2001: MikePence
May 2001: PatCallahan
September 2000: ScottMoonen
Ah, but I'm assuming a low participation rate in the guestbook. They tend to be that way, although the ones they put on mountaintops seem to get better percentage (something about being on top of the world and wanting to say "I was here!")
''Well, this feels like another world anyway, and I wanted to say I was the 38th visitor! :-) -- ChuckSmith
mountaintop allegory cont: the view's terrific! David Norris
See also CategoryHomePage.
Ok i dont know if this is going to work but judging by what i'm reading up the page everyone is the same as me & just types something hoping it will save and be legible to others! This is my first time trying this Wiki Thingy and i think its like being in a big chat-room really? Is it? Where does the deleted stuff go though? Ok i'll shut up now and see if this even works for me!