TRCWiki:Community Portal

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Welcome to the TRCWiki community portal. This is the place to find out what is happening on TRCWiki. Here, you can learn what tasks others think need to be done, or suggest tasks that you think need to be done.

Go ahead, be bold, and jump right in. Don't worry if you are unfamiliar with wiki formatting. Just find an article you can improve, click the "edit" link, type your comments (leaving blank lines between paragraphs), and click the "Save page" button. If necessary, someone else will clean up the formatting later.

The following may be useful starting places, if you're looking for a way to contribute:

Rallyemaster Handbook

We especially encourage rallyemasters (especially new rallyemasters) to contribute to our

Has another rallyemaster ever told you something that was especially helpful? Is there anything you learned the hard way that you wish someone had told you beforehand? Please help future rallyemasters by adding your insights.
-- Darin McGrew

CM School Rallye into wiki?

I am considering moving my version of the CM School Rallye into the wiki. That will make it much easier for me to update the version on the web site, and others can contribute as well. Does this seem reasonable?
-- Darin McGrew 15:20, 25 July 2008 (PDT)


Do we need a glossary in the wiki? We've got a glossary for timed rallyes on the Resources page, but what about a general glossary?
-- Darin McGrew 20:20, 29 July 2008 (PDT)

That Glossary is just explaination of TSD equipment, not a general TSD glossary nor the uncompleted one I'm working on of traps.
-- Bill Jonesi

Right. But should we have a general rallye glossary? Some of the concepts from What's a Rallye? article could be included, as well as concepts like "fish", "bandit", "blackjack", and "Aristotle".
-- Darin McGrew 16:50, 31 July 2008 (PDT)

I've started a glossary.
-- Darin McGrew 14:24, 3 October 2008 (PDT)

Main Page update?

I've taken a first pass at updating the Main Page of the wiki, so that it's more of a main page and less of an invitation for people to contribute. The Community Portal is the place to invite people to contribute, and to discuss the details of contributing.
-- Darin McGrew 17:11, 31 July 2008 (PDT)

Wiki vs Main Site

We're still working out what belongs in the wiki (where any registered user can edit it), and what belongs on the main site (where only the webmaster can update anything). What are your thoughts?
-- Darin McGrew 17:11, 31 July 2008 (PDT)

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