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* I suspect that Tobin was probably thinking the same thing as me. SIG is normally (in at least the academic/computer industries) the abbreviation for "Special Interest Group". So even the [[SCA]] and the [[NVG]] are SIGs. Is it going to cause big problems to you if I change the page's name to [[Slavic Interest Group]], which is less ambiguous and less misleading? - [[User:Cian|Cian Gillebhrath]] 19:34, 21 Aug 2005 (CDT)
  
 
== SIG experiment box ==
 
== SIG experiment box ==

Revision as of 11:34, 22 August 2005

Hello and welcome to Cunnan!

Well done on your work on the textiles articles. It's nice not to need to encourage a new users to dive right in.

Feel free to tell us a bit about yourself, or your persona, on your user page.

Keep up the excellent work, Tobin 23:44, 10 Aug 2005 (CDT)

SIG invite?

Inviting non SCA groups should be OK.

Cunnan is, primarily, a reference for medieval re-enactors with a heavy slant towards the SCA (i.e. other groups are welcome).

Is the SIG mostly concerned with pure information or are they an actual re-enactment group?

Tobin 07:37, 11 Aug 2005 (CDT)

SIG

  • I suspect that Tobin was probably thinking the same thing as me. SIG is normally (in at least the academic/computer industries) the abbreviation for "Special Interest Group". So even the SCA and the NVG are SIGs. Is it going to cause big problems to you if I change the page's name to Slavic Interest Group, which is less ambiguous and less misleading? - Cian Gillebhrath 19:34, 21 Aug 2005 (CDT)

SIG experiment box

Hi guys! Click one of the edit buttons above and type something in. Fix one of these typos to:

The quick brown fox jimped ovar the lazzy god.