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Welcome to the Northern Voice Wiki for 2008 !


This page IS part of the Northern Voice conference site, even though it looks a little different.  It's full of information about the conference, but there's something special about it: it's a wiki, which means that anyone (yes, even you) can edit and add to it.  So click around, and if you see something you want to add to, click the Edit link above, and just add it.  We encourage participation, not just here in the wiki, but in all facets of organizing Northern Voice -- it's one of the ways this conference is special.


What You Can Do Here


First of all, please add yourself to the Northern Voice Attendees list.


While we're working on this year's content and schedule, you can look at last year's wiki home page.


You can read about Friday's MooseCamp 2008 or one of its sessions, PhotoCamp2008 or InternetBootCamp.


You can add suggestions for hotels and other places to stay. And closer to the day, you can read about possible Ride Sharing.


And of course, if you want to go back to the front of the Northern Voice site, just click here.



Oh, and here's how to use PBwiki in a nutshell:


Login on by clicking on the "Log in" link in the upper right corner. At the login page, look for the blue text at the top of the screen for password instructions.

Edit the page you want to change!


Bold is two asterisks before and after a word e.g. **<strong>words in bold</strong>**

Italics is 2 single quotes e.g. ''<em>words in italics</em>''

Create a new page by putting it in square brackets e.g. [<a href="/newpage/">new page</a>]  or for wiki experts you can use CamelCase.


There's more info at WikiStyle.


Take a tour for a gentle intro.



Remember, don't be shy! Add information or ask a question and we'll help you out right away!


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