Re: Wikis and the CQP Wiki Page #cqp
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I am hoping they can. I changed the permissions for the ClubContest subgroup to allow subscribers to view & edit
I am also hoping it doesn’t affect the main group. Can you check to see?
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What the heck does “73” mean? 73 is morse code short hand for “Best Regards” used by Ham radio operators. It’s origin goes all the way back to the landline telegraph days.
From: ClubContests@w6ek.groups.io <ClubContests@w6ek.groups.io> On Behalf Of Dennis - WU6X
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2018 14:58
Subject: Re: [ClubContests] Wikis and the CQP Wiki Page #cqp
I’m wondering if everyone can add to it, or just moderators.
Good Afternoon Everyone,
I started experimenting with the Wiki feature in Groups.io. It is on the menu to the left at the bottom.
Wikis are the simplest of webpages. No programming or webpage experience required. All you need are the most rudimentary typing skills. The idea behind Wikis is to create pages in a collaborative environment. That means if you want to add something to an already existing post, you are encouraged to do so. Have an idea for a topic about contesting. Create a page with your thoughts or comments. Then others can add to it. This is a great way to share your experiences, what works or doesn't, and your information about radio sport.
To get the ball rolling, I created a page about the 2018 California QSO Party Expedition. I thought we could document all the details about our event. If you see something missing, let me know or better yet, add it yourself.
I hope you enjoy it!