Once upon a time, we used to receive emails from Travellerspoint members who had discovered some error or outdated information in our destination guide. After a little research, we’d usually make a few changes. We like to keep people happy, you know.
But that was once upon a time. No more of that. We still like to keep all you lovely members happy, but we’re doing it a little differently now. If you think something in the destination guide ought to be changed, you can change it.
We have turned the destination guide into a wiki (like Wikipedia). If "wiki" means about as much to you as "kerncasdoien", don’t worry too much about it. All you need to know is that you can now edit and create articles in the Travellerspoint travel guide.
Now, to stop you from spending too much time reading this ever-fascinating blog, here are some quick links to get you started right away:
- The guide's front page. Seems like a logical place to start doesn’t it? You can also access it by clicking the Destinations tab in the navigation on the left hand side of most Travellerspoint pages.
- The About pages. These are designed to answer all your questions about the guide. How do I edit a page? How do I decide on a title for my article? How do I add pictures, section headings and links?
- Project Central. If you’re not sure where to start contributing, why don’t you help us out with one of our projects?
Keep an eye on this blog over the next week: there will be posts explaining more about the guide, how you can win prizes by contributing to the guide, and more... If you have any questions or suggestions about the wiki, you can leave those here or in the forum.
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