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Ideas are welcome - it is an experiment and we wonder what the user-community will do with it. --[[User:Olaf Simons|Olaf Simons]] 15:48, 2 April 2007 (CEST)
 
Ideas are welcome - it is an experiment and we wonder what the user-community will do with it. --[[User:Olaf Simons|Olaf Simons]] 15:48, 2 April 2007 (CEST)
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==What names to use?==
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This wonderful page [[Special:Listusers]] shows you that we have far mor people with accounts then edits. Just one thing: could we win you to log in with your names: first name, blank, last name like [[User:Anna Auguscik|Anna Auguscik]] - it will make thinghs easier if we all know with whom we communicate - and it will create a bit of responsibility for the wiki.
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The whole thing is an experiment, it will ultimately need us as a community taking care of it. It will on the other hand (unlike Stud-IP) be an open platform, allowing others from outside to watch us and our work - a risky yet potentially attractive enterprise... --[[User:Olaf Simons|Olaf Simons]] 17:03, 3 April 2007 (CEST)

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use this page for all messages relating to the Angl-Lit-Wiss-Wiki. We are happy if you use the wiki to facilitate your studies. One could think of projects like a page you can feed with excerpts of books you read - such excerpts are immensly useful as a preperation for examinations...

Ideas are welcome - it is an experiment and we wonder what the user-community will do with it. --Olaf Simons 15:48, 2 April 2007 (CEST)

What names to use?

This wonderful page Special:Listusers shows you that we have far mor people with accounts then edits. Just one thing: could we win you to log in with your names: first name, blank, last name like Anna Auguscik - it will make thinghs easier if we all know with whom we communicate - and it will create a bit of responsibility for the wiki.

The whole thing is an experiment, it will ultimately need us as a community taking care of it. It will on the other hand (unlike Stud-IP) be an open platform, allowing others from outside to watch us and our work - a risky yet potentially attractive enterprise... --Olaf Simons 17:03, 3 April 2007 (CEST)