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Several things. The comunity can watch for vandals and revert any changes they make. Additionally, [[Cunnan:Administrators|admins]] can block vandals from making edits, and undo any changes a vandal has made with a single mouse click.
 
Several things. The comunity can watch for vandals and revert any changes they make. Additionally, [[Cunnan:Administrators|admins]] can block vandals from making edits, and undo any changes a vandal has made with a single mouse click.
   
'''What's to stop this [[wiki]] from becoming a boring stagnant pond of borign crap?'''
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'''What's to stop this wiki from becoming a boring stagnant pond?'''<br>
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Well written and newcomer friendly articles that are updated by regular users. There is nothing wrong with adding humour to an article so long as its to the point and isn't the ''only'' thing and article contains.
Not much. with the current air of administration not even allowing the slightest 'dry humor' about the taste of [[tomato]] all the way to outright threatening of banning.. then who would want to try and further this thing?
 

Revision as of 01:59, 8 August 2003

If you need help take a look at the Cunnan:Help page.

Who owns this site?
Depending on your point of view the site is owned either by everyone or by no-one. Technically, the site is maintained by the College of St Monica and is served from the http://www.sca.org.au server but its content has been edited by many people from many groups. No one person or organisation can claim ownership of any given article on Cunnan.

I found errors in an article, who do I contact?
Nobody! You can try to correct the article yourself by going back to it and clicking on the "edit this page" link. You might want to read about editing before you do so. If you think someone else should do the fixing then you should leave a note on the Village pump.

What's to stop vandals from destroying the site?
Several things. The comunity can watch for vandals and revert any changes they make. Additionally, admins can block vandals from making edits, and undo any changes a vandal has made with a single mouse click.

What's to stop this wiki from becoming a boring stagnant pond?
Well written and newcomer friendly articles that are updated by regular users. There is nothing wrong with adding humour to an article so long as its to the point and isn't the only thing and article contains.