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Volunteer FAQ Editor Needed

Posted by gwannouncements (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 23, 10 at 21:30

We are looking for someone to help create an FAQ for this forum. While compiling information should be a group effort, one person would be charged with pulling it together into useful FAQs. This could mean a new document OR just pointing to helpful posts that are already on the forum. A good example of a helpful FAQ can be found here: Winter Sowing FAQ.

If you have a desire to make this forum even better, have good writing skills and work well with others, please reply to this thread or send us an email --Letters to Garden Web.

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RE: Volunteer FAQ Editor Needed

I had given an initial reply that I'd be interested if no one else was. I'd like to up the ante.

After rereading numerous posts and a few of the FAQs, I'm convinced I have the skills to make the allium FAQ area both informative and easy to use.

An example of my work can be seen on the Dominique chicken website I maintain. I've attached it in the link area.

Thank you for considering me.
Mark Fields

Here is a link that might be useful: Dominique Chicken web page as example.

RE: Volunteer FAQ Editor Needed

Hi Mark_fields,

If you end up being the editor, would you consider having an FAQ covering Ornamental Allium? They are frequently asked about at The Bulb Forum, and we will continue to field questions there as best we can, but will list Allium in our FAQ with just a brief blurb with a link then to either the FAQ here or to the forum here, or both.


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