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Welcome to The Portland Civic Wiki. This is the unofficial wiki of Portland. This wiki is meant to help enable the citizens of the Portland Metropolitan Area to better connect, take part in and improve their communities. So [[welcome]]; poke around, [[edit]], try some stuff out, and have fun. We look forward to building the wiki with you!
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== Welcome To PortlandWiki.org! ==
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Portland Wiki is a [[City Wiki]] for Portland, Oregon.
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A city wiki (or civic wiki) is a website that citizens of a particular town, city or region can contribute to. PortlandWiki welcomes participation from all Portlandians, and others interested in building an outstanding knowledge base and community resource for the Rose City.
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PortlandWiki is not yet one year old (as of August 10, 2010). By contributing to this web site, you have a wonderful opportunity to significantly add your "voice" to this unique community resource. We look forward to building this wiki with you!
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== External Links ==
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[http://www.wired.com/geekdad/2009/07/hey-kid-support-your-local-wiki/ ''Hey, Kid: Support Your Local Wiki''] | Kevin Makice | July 15, 2009 | GeekDad | Wired.com

Revision as of 12:35, 10 August 2010

Welcome To PortlandWiki.org!

Portland Wiki is a City Wiki for Portland, Oregon.

A city wiki (or civic wiki) is a website that citizens of a particular town, city or region can contribute to. PortlandWiki welcomes participation from all Portlandians, and others interested in building an outstanding knowledge base and community resource for the Rose City.

PortlandWiki is not yet one year old (as of August 10, 2010). By contributing to this web site, you have a wonderful opportunity to significantly add your "voice" to this unique community resource. We look forward to building this wiki with you!

External Links

Hey, Kid: Support Your Local Wiki | Kevin Makice | July 15, 2009 | GeekDad | Wired.com