Hi, MikeDunlavey, and welcome to LiteratePrograms! I hope you like the place and decide to stay. Here are a couple of tips for newcomers:
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Mike, if you want to put up some of your previously published material on the site, I for one would find it interesting, and I'm sure that I would not be alone. But bear in mind that this is a wiki and that means that others may edit anything you put up. Sometimes the changes can be useful; sometimes they can be irritating but harmless; and sometimes they are just plain wrong. However that's just how the wiki works. Like I say, don't let it stop you adding anything. I'm sure that most of us would agree that the topic is important and well worth writing about. -- Derek Ross | Talk 19:20, 16 July 2007 (PDT)
- I agree with Derek - both the interest in seeing some of your previously published material appear here, and the caveat about other people editing your work. The other caveat I would add is that whatever you add here should be within the "scope" of the LP wiki, i.e. LP is not a general software website for people to (re)publish whatever they want, but a site dedicated to literate programs. --Allan McInnes (talk) 22:21, 21 July 2007 (PDT)