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    Try the New IMBA Wiki

    Hey All,

    Try the new IMBA Wiki!

    http://www.imbatools.com/wikipete/

    This is a test to see if wiki is a viable tool for gathering ideas to create new IMBA resources.

    There are currently two documents we need your input on:

    1) Top 10 Freeriding Locations On Public Land
    2) Tips for Managing Mountain Biking During Hunting Season

    It is easy to use and kind of fun. Take a stab at it and let me know if you have any suggestions to make it better.

    If it works well, we can expand it and advertise it to a larger audience.

    Thanks, Pete

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    Pete Webber - IMBA Special Projects Director
    pete at imba.com

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    The Wiki page/site is totally baffling as to how to use it or what it is.
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    I'll take a look at it, but those aren't really questions I can contribute to.
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    I just threw up the Teton Pass WiKi, it was super easy to use.
    "We LOVE cows! They make trails for us.....

    And then we eat them."

    Thrill Bikers Unite!

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    FYI
    A Wiki is not like a forum. Instead of submitting an entry (like you would in a forum) you are actually editing the page. You just click EDIT then find the space on the page where you want to add your content and start typing. Wikis usually have special tags that you need to add for links or images. This tends to confuse people, but it's pretty easy. This also means that anyone can edit or delete content that you added.

    Most Wiki's keep a history of all changes so they can fix stuff if someone gets malicious.

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    I'm curious if MediaWiki was considered as well. That's apparently what WIkipedia uses.
    http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/MediaWiki

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