Wiki collaboration now here at the Baha'i Library

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Posted by Brett Zamir ( on August 01, 2003 at 02:11:57:

Just thought I'd let you know that the site owner, Jonah, has very graciously found a way to install a wiki system here at the Baha'i Library. The page is at and draws on the incredible power of unity-in-diversity to allow us to collaboratively edit each other's pages about the Faith (and add new ones) to be able to create over time a potentially vast set of resources and materials for ourselves and the public. (please only submit your own material or items which can be freely used in the public domain such as quotations from the Baha'i Writings)

You are welcome to try it out (just click on "edit" at the bottom left of any page--including even the main page--and you'll be able to edit that page's content and after saving your edit, have the resulting page be there for all to see)! (Respectful, relevant contributions are expected, but otherwise there are no limitations...)

Again, the site is just starting, so you may have to use your imagination at this point to see what kinds of things might be included here (and what's wrong with a little imagination?)...You could also take a look at another Baha'i wiki site, , (I haven't moved its items over here yet) to see more examples of the type of content that we can add.

Information on how to make links and such will appear at the bottom of any edit page, or you can see the formatting guidelines at

Again the page is at You can also start your own account (and page) by signing in... Hope to see you there!


p.s. feel free to email me at brettz9 AT if you have any problems figuring any of this out or have any other questions/comments...

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