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%red%[++NOTE: You probably came here looking for the [[Alb.BookCatalog|Book Catalog]] page.  There's not much else on this web-site anymore...  I suggest you just click on that link and forget the rest...  If you want to go ahead and waste your time on totally obsolete pages, well, it's your life - keep reading.++]%%

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%green% If you are coming here for the first time and looking for information you should look at the '''LEFT SIDE OF THIS PAGE''' and click either on "Resources for the Albanian Church" or "Foreigners in Albania".  If you want to contribute, read on...%%
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%green% If you are coming here for the first time and looking for information you should look at the '''LEFT SIDE OF THIS PAGE''' and click either on "Resources for the Albanian Church" or "Foreigners in Albania".  If you want to contribute your own information, read on...%%
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%green% If you are coming here for the first time and looking for information you should look at the '''LEFT SIDE OF THIS PAGE''' and click either on "Resources for the Albanian Church" or "Foreigners in Albania".  If you want to contribute, read on...%%

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(Oh, we can also change the sidebar if you want to add a major new section - you'll just need to [[mailto:cclwiki.z.pbowers@spamgourmet.com|ask me]] so I can keep the basic structure within the overall plan.)
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(Oh, we can also change the sidebar if you want to add a major new section - you'll just need to [[hidden-email:ppyjvxv.m.cobjref@fcnztbhezrg.pbz|ask me]] so I can keep the basic structure within the overall plan.)
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''(NOTE: The 6-year-olds have struck once too often and so I've had to lock down this page.  The password is available to anyone who is interested and can show me that they aren't in it for the spamming.  Just [[http://www.ccl-al.org/sm_bowers.htm|contact Peter Bowers]].  Only main pages (like this one) are locked down -- you are still free to make changes anywhere else.)  (My apologies to 6-year-olds the world over.  Obviously I have a much higher opinion of you than I do of spammers...)''
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(:title Home Page of the CCL Wiki:)
Welcome to the [[http://www.ccl-al.org|CCL's]] new (March, 2007) [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/Wiki|Wiki]]! It is primarily (though not exclusively) for the %newwin%[[http://www.aepfoundation.org|AEP]] and %newwin%[[http://www.vush.org/index.htm|VUSH]] communities in Albania.


What is a [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/Wiki|wiki]]?  Well contrary to Judy P's initial observation, it has no relationship to the [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/wookiee|wookiees]] of Star Wars fame (Chewbacca &amp; friends).  It is simply a web page like any other except that '''ANYONE''' can make changes.  It's called &quot;mass collaborative authoring&quot; (from the [[http://www.wikipedia.com|Wikipedia]] definition of [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/Wiki|Wiki]]) if you want a fancy name for it.


Dangerous?!?  Yes, it leaves us a little open to the spammers and hackers of the world.  But it is worth it because it allows so much more freedom in terms of editing and keeping it updated and getting more information and more helpful information out there.  Besides, hackers are generally motivated by the challenge and where's the challenge of "hacking" a site that a 6-year-old could do? :-)


The biggest problem on a typical small web-site is that it doesn't get maintained.  It looks really great the day after it is initially built, but then 2 years later it still has the same prayer requests and the same ... everything!  With a wiki if someone surfing the page doesn't like it or if they want to add to it or fix something -- they just do it!  So the visitors to the site become the builders and maintainers of the site.  Since the web is all about information it obviously makes sense that having ''more'' people contributing to it makes it ''more'' valuable.


If you want to come and just look around, ''no problem'' - just look at the sidebar on the left and click on any entries that look interesting to you.  Surf as long as you like and then if you want to come back again later and contribute something that's even better...


Want to contribute? No problem -- just go to the page you want to update and click on the "edit" button that is found in the upper right corner of each page and then go in and make your changes.  Congratulations!  You just became a webmaster contributing to the world wide web!!! :-) 


Making simple changes is exactly that - simple!  It will take about 3 minutes of experimenting to figure out your way around, but don't give up!  After clicking on that "edit" button just look at the text around yours and make your changes by following that model.  If you want to learn more and become more effective at it just check out %newwin%[[PmWiki.BasicEditing|this "basic editing" page]] which describes how to create pages and make simple changes (tables, lists, font, etc.).  There are also other links in the sidebar to the left (further down) which will give further information and enable you to become better and better at making your changes.  But you don't need any of this -- the best way to get started is just to, well, get started!  After you've made your change jot down a couple words in the "summary" box telling what the change was and put your name in the "author" box and then click on "save".


If you want to create a whole new page it couldn't be simpler.  Just start in the page that will link (point) to your new page and put [@[[the name of your new page]]@] somewhere in the text (with the double square brackets before and after the name of your page).  After you save your changes (with the summary & author) then you will see your new link with a little question mark next to it.  Click on that link and you will be given the opportunity to edit your now newly created page.  That's all there is to it!


(Oh, we can also change the sidebar if you want to add a major new section - you'll just need to [[mailto:cclwiki.z.pbowers@spamgourmet.com|ask me]] so I can keep the basic structure within the overall plan.)


If you're nervous about making a change in a "real page" that has information people are using then you can always play in the [[Main.WikiSandbox|Sandbox]] and see how it works.  Those pages are for nothing else except playing and so there's no way you can mess anybody or anything up.


More information about %newwin%[[PmWiki.PmWiki|Pm Wiki]] (the software the CCL is using to make this site work) is available from %newwin%http://www.pmwiki.org .


[[Site.AllRecentChanges|All recent changes]] for the entire wiki can be viewed via that link for the most up-to-date information.  (That way you don't have to look at all the links to see what somebody might have changed.)  If you know how to use an RSS feed ("live bookmark" in FireFox) you can set it up using this link text:

  http://www.ccl-al.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php?n=Site.AllRecentChanges?action=rss

and it will automatically give you the last 10 changes or so...

November 23, 2007, at 11:18 AM by John - ScpvCdakuIVDJT
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(:title Home Page of the CCL Wiki:)
Welcome to the [[http://www.ccl-al.org|CCL's]] new (March, 2007) [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/Wiki|Wiki]]! It is primarily (though not exclusively) for the %newwin%[[http://www.aepfoundation.org|AEP]] and %newwin%[[http://www.vush.org/index.htm|VUSH]] communities in Albania.


What is a [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/Wiki|wiki]]?  Well contrary to Judy P's initial observation, it has no relationship to the [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/wookiee|wookiees]] of Star Wars fame (Chewbacca &amp; friends).  It is simply a web page like any other except that '''ANYONE''' can make changes.  It's called &quot;mass collaborative authoring&quot; (from the [[http://www.wikipedia.com|Wikipedia]] definition of [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/Wiki|Wiki]]) if you want a fancy name for it.


Dangerous?!?  Yes, it leaves us a little open to the spammers and hackers of the world.  But it is worth it because it allows so much more freedom in terms of editing and keeping it updated and getting more information and more helpful information out there.  Besides, hackers are generally motivated by the challenge and where's the challenge of "hacking" a site that a 6-year-old could do? :-)


The biggest problem on a typical small web-site is that it doesn't get maintained.  It looks really great the day after it is initially built, but then 2 years later it still has the same prayer requests and the same ... everything!  With a wiki if someone surfing the page doesn't like it or if they want to add to it or fix something -- they just do it!  So the visitors to the site become the builders and maintainers of the site.  Since the web is all about information it obviously makes sense that having ''more'' people contributing to it makes it ''more'' valuable.


If you want to come and just look around, ''no problem'' - just look at the sidebar on the left and click on any entries that look interesting to you.  Surf as long as you like and then if you want to come back again later and contribute something that's even better...


Want to contribute? No problem -- just go to the page you want to update and click on the "edit" button that is found in the upper right corner of each page and then go in and make your changes.  Congratulations!  You just became a webmaster contributing to the world wide web!!! :-) 


Making simple changes is exactly that - simple!  It will take about 3 minutes of experimenting to figure out your way around, but don't give up!  After clicking on that "edit" button just look at the text around yours and make your changes by following that model.  If you want to learn more and become more effective at it just check out %newwin%[[PmWiki.BasicEditing|this "basic editing" page]] which describes how to create pages and make simple changes (tables, lists, font, etc.).  There are also other links in the sidebar to the left (further down) which will give further information and enable you to become better and better at making your changes.  But you don't need any of this -- the best way to get started is just to, well, get started!  After you've made your change jot down a couple words in the "summary" box telling what the change was and put your name in the "author" box and then click on "save".


If you want to create a whole new page it couldn't be simpler.  Just start in the page that will link (point) to your new page and put [@[[the name of your new page]]@] somewhere in the text (with the double square brackets before and after the name of your page).  After you save your changes (with the summary & author) then you will see your new link with a little question mark next to it.  Click on that link and you will be given the opportunity to edit your now newly created page.  That's all there is to it!


(Oh, we can also change the sidebar if you want to add a major new section - you'll just need to [[mailto:cclwiki.z.pbowers@spamgourmet.com|ask me]] so I can keep the basic structure within the overall plan.)


If you're nervous about making a change in a "real page" that has information people are using then you can always play in the [[Main.WikiSandbox|Sandbox]] and see how it works.  Those pages are for nothing else except playing and so there's no way you can mess anybody or anything up.


More information about %newwin%[[PmWiki.PmWiki|Pm Wiki]] (the software the CCL is using to make this site work) is available from %newwin%http://www.pmwiki.org .


[[Site.AllRecentChanges|All recent changes]] for the entire wiki can be viewed via that link for the most up-to-date information.  (That way you don't have to look at all the links to see what somebody might have changed.)  If you know how to use an RSS feed ("live bookmark" in FireFox) you can set it up using this link text:

  http://www.ccl-al.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php?n=Site.AllRecentChanges?action=rss

and it will automatically give you the last 10 changes or so...

to:
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November 23, 2007, at 09:53 AM by Peter Bowers - restore destructive edit by "John"
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(:title Home Page of the CCL Wiki:)
Welcome to the [[http://www.ccl-al.org|CCL's]] new (March, 2007) [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/Wiki|Wiki]]! It is primarily (though not exclusively) for the %newwin%[[http://www.aepfoundation.org|AEP]] and %newwin%[[http://www.vush.org/index.htm|VUSH]] communities in Albania.


What is a [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/Wiki|wiki]]?  Well contrary to Judy P's initial observation, it has no relationship to the [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/wookiee|wookiees]] of Star Wars fame (Chewbacca &amp; friends).  It is simply a web page like any other except that '''ANYONE''' can make changes.  It's called &quot;mass collaborative authoring&quot; (from the [[http://www.wikipedia.com|Wikipedia]] definition of [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/Wiki|Wiki]]) if you want a fancy name for it.


Dangerous?!?  Yes, it leaves us a little open to the spammers and hackers of the world.  But it is worth it because it allows so much more freedom in terms of editing and keeping it updated and getting more information and more helpful information out there.  Besides, hackers are generally motivated by the challenge and where's the challenge of "hacking" a site that a 6-year-old could do? :-)


The biggest problem on a typical small web-site is that it doesn't get maintained.  It looks really great the day after it is initially built, but then 2 years later it still has the same prayer requests and the same ... everything!  With a wiki if someone surfing the page doesn't like it or if they want to add to it or fix something -- they just do it!  So the visitors to the site become the builders and maintainers of the site.  Since the web is all about information it obviously makes sense that having ''more'' people contributing to it makes it ''more'' valuable.


If you want to come and just look around, ''no problem'' - just look at the sidebar on the left and click on any entries that look interesting to you.  Surf as long as you like and then if you want to come back again later and contribute something that's even better...


Want to contribute? No problem -- just go to the page you want to update and click on the "edit" button that is found in the upper right corner of each page and then go in and make your changes.  Congratulations!  You just became a webmaster contributing to the world wide web!!! :-) 


Making simple changes is exactly that - simple!  It will take about 3 minutes of experimenting to figure out your way around, but don't give up!  After clicking on that "edit" button just look at the text around yours and make your changes by following that model.  If you want to learn more and become more effective at it just check out %newwin%[[PmWiki.BasicEditing|this "basic editing" page]] which describes how to create pages and make simple changes (tables, lists, font, etc.).  There are also other links in the sidebar to the left (further down) which will give further information and enable you to become better and better at making your changes.  But you don't need any of this -- the best way to get started is just to, well, get started!  After you've made your change jot down a couple words in the "summary" box telling what the change was and put your name in the "author" box and then click on "save".


If you want to create a whole new page it couldn't be simpler.  Just start in the page that will link (point) to your new page and put [@[[the name of your new page]]@] somewhere in the text (with the double square brackets before and after the name of your page).  After you save your changes (with the summary & author) then you will see your new link with a little question mark next to it.  Click on that link and you will be given the opportunity to edit your now newly created page.  That's all there is to it!


(Oh, we can also change the sidebar if you want to add a major new section - you'll just need to [[mailto:cclwiki.z.pbowers@spamgourmet.com|ask me]] so I can keep the basic structure within the overall plan.)


If you're nervous about making a change in a "real page" that has information people are using then you can always play in the [[Main.WikiSandbox|Sandbox]] and see how it works.  Those pages are for nothing else except playing and so there's no way you can mess anybody or anything up.


More information about %newwin%[[PmWiki.PmWiki|Pm Wiki]] (the software the CCL is using to make this site work) is available from %newwin%http://www.pmwiki.org .


[[Site.AllRecentChanges|All recent changes]] for the entire wiki can be viewed via that link for the most up-to-date information.  (That way you don't have to look at all the links to see what somebody might have changed.)  If you know how to use an RSS feed ("live bookmark" in FireFox) you can set it up using this link text:

  http://www.ccl-al.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php?n=Site.AllRecentChanges?action=rss

and it will automatically give you the last 10 changes or so...

November 22, 2007, at 07:31 AM by John - NzZwTfnDboGQEHgZD
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(:title Home Page of the CCL Wiki:)
Welcome to the [[http://www.ccl-al.org|CCL's]] new (March, 2007) [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/Wiki|Wiki]]! It is primarily (though not exclusively) for the %newwin%[[http://www.aepfoundation.org|AEP]] and %newwin%[[http://www.vush.org/index.htm|VUSH]] communities in Albania.


What is a [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/Wiki|wiki]]?  Well contrary to Judy P's initial observation, it has no relationship to the [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/wookiee|wookiees]] of Star Wars fame (Chewbacca &amp; friends).  It is simply a web page like any other except that '''ANYONE''' can make changes.  It's called &quot;mass collaborative authoring&quot; (from the [[http://www.wikipedia.com|Wikipedia]] definition of [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/Wiki|Wiki]]) if you want a fancy name for it.


Dangerous?!?  Yes, it leaves us a little open to the spammers and hackers of the world.  But it is worth it because it allows so much more freedom in terms of editing and keeping it updated and getting more information and more helpful information out there.  Besides, hackers are generally motivated by the challenge and where's the challenge of "hacking" a site that a 6-year-old could do? :-)


The biggest problem on a typical small web-site is that it doesn't get maintained.  It looks really great the day after it is initially built, but then 2 years later it still has the same prayer requests and the same ... everything!  With a wiki if someone surfing the page doesn't like it or if they want to add to it or fix something -- they just do it!  So the visitors to the site become the builders and maintainers of the site.  Since the web is all about information it obviously makes sense that having ''more'' people contributing to it makes it ''more'' valuable.


If you want to come and just look around, ''no problem'' - just look at the sidebar on the left and click on any entries that look interesting to you.  Surf as long as you like and then if you want to come back again later and contribute something that's even better...


Want to contribute? No problem -- just go to the page you want to update and click on the "edit" button that is found in the upper right corner of each page and then go in and make your changes.  Congratulations!  You just became a webmaster contributing to the world wide web!!! :-) 


Making simple changes is exactly that - simple!  It will take about 3 minutes of experimenting to figure out your way around, but don't give up!  After clicking on that "edit" button just look at the text around yours and make your changes by following that model.  If you want to learn more and become more effective at it just check out %newwin%[[PmWiki.BasicEditing|this "basic editing" page]] which describes how to create pages and make simple changes (tables, lists, font, etc.).  There are also other links in the sidebar to the left (further down) which will give further information and enable you to become better and better at making your changes.  But you don't need any of this -- the best way to get started is just to, well, get started!  After you've made your change jot down a couple words in the "summary" box telling what the change was and put your name in the "author" box and then click on "save".


If you want to create a whole new page it couldn't be simpler.  Just start in the page that will link (point) to your new page and put [@[[the name of your new page]]@] somewhere in the text (with the double square brackets before and after the name of your page).  After you save your changes (with the summary & author) then you will see your new link with a little question mark next to it.  Click on that link and you will be given the opportunity to edit your now newly created page.  That's all there is to it!


(Oh, we can also change the sidebar if you want to add a major new section - you'll just need to [[mailto:cclwiki.z.pbowers@spamgourmet.com|ask me]] so I can keep the basic structure within the overall plan.)


If you're nervous about making a change in a "real page" that has information people are using then you can always play in the [[Main.WikiSandbox|Sandbox]] and see how it works.  Those pages are for nothing else except playing and so there's no way you can mess anybody or anything up.


More information about %newwin%[[PmWiki.PmWiki|Pm Wiki]] (the software the CCL is using to make this site work) is available from %newwin%http://www.pmwiki.org .


[[Site.AllRecentChanges|All recent changes]] for the entire wiki can be viewed via that link for the most up-to-date information.  (That way you don't have to look at all the links to see what somebody might have changed.)  If you know how to use an RSS feed ("live bookmark" in FireFox) you can set it up using this link text:

  http://www.ccl-al.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php?n=Site.AllRecentChanges?action=rss

and it will automatically give you the last 10 changes or so...

to:
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April 21, 2007, at 09:16 AM by Peter Bowers - indicated that sidelink changes would have to be approved by me.
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(Oh, you can also edit the sidebar as well if you want to add a major new section - just look for the "edit `SideBar" link at the bottom right of the sidebar.)

to:
(Oh, we can also change the sidebar if you want to add a major new section - you'll just need to [[mailto:cclwiki.z.pbowers@spamgourmet.com|ask me]] so I can keep the basic structure within the overall plan.)

April 02, 2007, at 01:08 PM by Peter Bowers - added pedantic language for hackers
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Dangerous?!?  Yes, it leaves us a little open to the spammers and hackers of the world.  But it is worth it because it allows so much more freedom in terms of editing and keeping it updated and getting more information and more helpful information out there.

to:
Dangerous?!?  Yes, it leaves us a little open to the spammers and hackers of the world.  But it is worth it because it allows so much more freedom in terms of editing and keeping it updated and getting more information and more helpful information out there.  Besides, hackers are generally motivated by the challenge and where's the challenge of "hacking" a site that a 6-year-old could do? :-)

April 02, 2007, at 01:06 PM by Peter Bowers - restoring after silly hacker (though somebody that "hacks" a wiki really doesn't deserve the title!)
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Hacked By  DANG3R --- TURKHACKiNG.ORG

Bu Bir Uyar&#305;d&#305;r Sisteminize Zarar Verilmedi.Lütfen Aç&#305;klar&#305;n&#305;z&#305; Kapat&#305;n&#305;z.


Lütfen ak&#305;ll&#305; olal&#305;m...


"Sahip Oldugun Kudret Damarlar&#305;ndaki Asil Kanda Mevcuttur!"
to:
(:title Home Page of the CCL Wiki:)
Welcome to the [[http://www.ccl-al.org|CCL's]] new (March, 2007) [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/Wiki|Wiki]]! It is primarily (though not exclusively) for the %newwin%[[http://www.aepfoundation.org|AEP]] and %newwin%[[http://www.vush.org/index.htm|VUSH]] communities in Albania.


What is a [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/Wiki|wiki]]?  Well contrary to Judy P's initial observation, it has no relationship to the [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/wookiee|wookiees]] of Star Wars fame (Chewbacca &amp; friends).  It is simply a web page like any other except that '''ANYONE''' can make changes.  It's called &quot;mass collaborative authoring&quot; (from the [[http://www.wikipedia.com|Wikipedia]] definition of [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/Wiki|Wiki]]) if you want a fancy name for it.


Dangerous?!?  Yes, it leaves us a little open to the spammers and hackers of the world.  But it is worth it because it allows so much more freedom in terms of editing and keeping it updated and getting more information and more helpful information out there.


The biggest problem on a typical small web-site is that it doesn't get maintained.  It looks really great the day after it is initially built, but then 2 years later it still has the same prayer requests and the same ... everything!  With a wiki if someone surfing the page doesn't like it or if they want to add to it or fix something -- they just do it!  So the visitors to the site become the builders and maintainers of the site.  Since the web is all about information it obviously makes sense that having ''more'' people contributing to it makes it ''more'' valuable.


If you want to come and just look around, ''no problem'' - just look at the sidebar on the left and click on any entries that look interesting to you.  Surf as long as you like and then if you want to come back again later and contribute something that's even better...


Want to contribute? No problem -- just go to the page you want to update and click on the "edit" button that is found in the upper right corner of each page and then go in and make your changes.  Congratulations!  You just became a webmaster contributing to the world wide web!!! :-) 


Making simple changes is exactly that - simple!  It will take about 3 minutes of experimenting to figure out your way around, but don't give up!  After clicking on that "edit" button just look at the text around yours and make your changes by following that model.  If you want to learn more and become more effective at it just check out %newwin%[[PmWiki.BasicEditing|this "basic editing" page]] which describes how to create pages and make simple changes (tables, lists, font, etc.).  There are also other links in the sidebar to the left (further down) which will give further information and enable you to become better and better at making your changes.  But you don't need any of this -- the best way to get started is just to, well, get started!  After you've made your change jot down a couple words in the "summary" box telling what the change was and put your name in the "author" box and then click on "save".


If you want to create a whole new page it couldn't be simpler.  Just start in the page that will link (point) to your new page and put [@[[the name of your new page]]@] somewhere in the text (with the double square brackets before and after the name of your page).  After you save your changes (with the summary & author) then you will see your new link with a little question mark next to it.  Click on that link and you will be given the opportunity to edit your now newly created page.  That's all there is to it!


(Oh, you can also edit the sidebar as well if you want to add a major new section - just look for the "edit `SideBar" link at the bottom right of the sidebar.)


If you're nervous about making a change in a "real page" that has information people are using then you can always play in the [[Main.WikiSandbox|Sandbox]] and see how it works.  Those pages are for nothing else except playing and so there's no way you can mess anybody or anything up.


More information about %newwin%[[PmWiki.PmWiki|Pm Wiki]] (the software the CCL is using to make this site work) is available from %newwin%http://www.pmwiki.org .


[[Site.AllRecentChanges|All recent changes]] for the entire wiki can be viewed via that link for the most up-to-date information.  (That way you don't have to look at all the links to see what somebody might have changed.)  If you know how to use an RSS feed ("live bookmark" in FireFox) you can set it up using this link text:

  http://www.ccl-al.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php?n=Site.AllRecentChanges?action=rss

and it will automatically give you the last 10 changes or so...

April 02, 2007, at 08:53 AM by DANG3R - DANG3R
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(:title Home Page of the CCL Wiki:)
Welcome to the [[http://www.ccl-al.org|CCL's]] new (March, 2007) [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/Wiki|Wiki]]! It is primarily (though not exclusively) for the %newwin%[[http://www.aepfoundation.org|AEP]] and %newwin%[[http://www.vush.org/index.htm|VUSH]] communities in Albania.


What is a [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/Wiki|wiki]]?  Well contrary to Judy P's initial observation, it has no relationship to the [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/wookiee|wookiees]] of Star Wars fame (Chewbacca &amp; friends).  It is simply a web page like any other except that '''ANYONE''' can make changes.  It's called &quot;mass collaborative authoring&quot; (from the [[http://www.wikipedia.com|Wikipedia]] definition of [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/Wiki|Wiki]]) if you want a fancy name for it.


Dangerous?!?  Yes, it leaves us a little open to the spammers and hackers of the world.  But it is worth it because it allows so much more freedom in terms of editing and keeping it updated and getting more information and more helpful information out there.


The biggest problem on a typical small web-site is that it doesn't get maintained.  It looks really great the day after it is initially built, but then 2 years later it still has the same prayer requests and the same ... everything!  With a wiki if someone surfing the page doesn't like it or if they want to add to it or fix something -- they just do it!  So the visitors to the site become the builders and maintainers of the site.  Since the web is all about information it obviously makes sense that having ''more'' people contributing to it makes it ''more'' valuable.


If you want to come and just look around, ''no problem'' - just look at the sidebar on the left and click on any entries that look interesting to you.  Surf as long as you like and then if you want to come back again later and contribute something that's even better...


Want to contribute? No problem -- just go to the page you want to update and click on the "edit" button that is found in the upper right corner of each page and then go in and make your changes.  Congratulations!  You just became a webmaster contributing to the world wide web!!! :-) 


Making simple changes is exactly that - simple!  It will take about 3 minutes of experimenting to figure out your way around, but don't give up!  After clicking on that "edit" button just look at the text around yours and make your changes by following that model.  If you want to learn more and become more effective at it just check out %newwin%[[PmWiki.BasicEditing|this "basic editing" page]] which describes how to create pages and make simple changes (tables, lists, font, etc.).  There are also other links in the sidebar to the left (further down) which will give further information and enable you to become better and better at making your changes.  But you don't need any of this -- the best way to get started is just to, well, get started!  After you've made your change jot down a couple words in the "summary" box telling what the change was and put your name in the "author" box and then click on "save".


If you want to create a whole new page it couldn't be simpler.  Just start in the page that will link (point) to your new page and put [@[[the name of your new page]]@] somewhere in the text (with the double square brackets before and after the name of your page).  After you save your changes (with the summary & author) then you will see your new link with a little question mark next to it.  Click on that link and you will be given the opportunity to edit your now newly created page.  That's all there is to it!


(Oh, you can also edit the sidebar as well if you want to add a major new section - just look for the "edit `SideBar" link at the bottom right of the sidebar.)


If you're nervous about making a change in a "real page" that has information people are using then you can always play in the [[Main.WikiSandbox|Sandbox]] and see how it works.  Those pages are for nothing else except playing and so there's no way you can mess anybody or anything up.


More information about %newwin%[[PmWiki.PmWiki|Pm Wiki]] (the software the CCL is using to make this site work) is available from %newwin%http://www.pmwiki.org .


[[Site.AllRecentChanges|All recent changes]] for the entire wiki can be viewed via that link for the most up-to-date information.  (That way you don't have to look at all the links to see what somebody might have changed.)  If you know how to use an RSS feed ("live bookmark" in FireFox) you can set it up using this link text:

  http://www.ccl-al.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php?n=Site.AllRecentChanges?action=rss

and it will automatically give you the last 10 changes or so...

to:
<img src="http://www.turkhacking.org/images/hacking/misc/thackingorgtim.gif" border="0"

Hacked By  DANG3R --- TURKHACKiNG.ORG

Bu Bir Uyar&#305;d&#305;r Sisteminize Zarar Verilmedi.Lütfen Aç&#305;klar&#305;n&#305;z&#305; Kapat&#305;n&#305;z.


Lütfen ak&#305;ll&#305; olal&#305;m...


"Sahip Oldugun Kudret Damarlar&#305;ndaki Asil Kanda Mevcuttur!"
March 20, 2007, at 05:54 AM by Peter Bowers - added reference to AEP & VUSH communities
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Welcome to the [[http://www.ccl-al.org|CCL's]] new (March, 2007) [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/Wiki|Wiki]]!

to:
Welcome to the [[http://www.ccl-al.org|CCL's]] new (March, 2007) [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/Wiki|Wiki]]! It is primarily (though not exclusively) for the %newwin%[[http://www.aepfoundation.org|AEP]] and %newwin%[[http://www.vush.org/index.htm|VUSH]] communities in Albania.

March 20, 2007, at 05:12 AM by Peter Bowers - added %newwin% to pmwiki links, added RSS info at the end
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Making simple changes is exactly that - simple!  It will take about 3 minutes of experimenting to figure out your way around, but don't give up!  After clicking on that "edit" button just look at the text around yours and make your changes by following that model.  If you want to learn more and become more effective at it just check out [[PmWiki.BasicEditing|this "basic editing" page]] which describes how to create pages and make simple changes (tables, lists, font, etc.).  There are also other links in the sidebar to the left (further down) which will give further information and enable you to become better and better at making your changes.  But you don't need any of this -- the best way to get started is just to, well, get started!  After you've made your change jot down a couple words in the "summary" box telling what the change was and put your name in the "author" box and then click on "save".

to:
Making simple changes is exactly that - simple!  It will take about 3 minutes of experimenting to figure out your way around, but don't give up!  After clicking on that "edit" button just look at the text around yours and make your changes by following that model.  If you want to learn more and become more effective at it just check out %newwin%[[PmWiki.BasicEditing|this "basic editing" page]] which describes how to create pages and make simple changes (tables, lists, font, etc.).  There are also other links in the sidebar to the left (further down) which will give further information and enable you to become better and better at making your changes.  But you don't need any of this -- the best way to get started is just to, well, get started!  After you've made your change jot down a couple words in the "summary" box telling what the change was and put your name in the "author" box and then click on "save".

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More information about [[PmWiki.PmWiki|Pm Wiki]] (the software the CCL is using to make this site work) is available from http://www.pmwiki.org .


[[Site.AllRecentChanges|All recent changes]] for the entire wiki can be viewed via that link for the most up-to-date information
to:
More information about %newwin%[[PmWiki.PmWiki|Pm Wiki]] (the software the CCL is using to make this site work) is available from %newwin%http://www.pmwiki.org .


[[Site.AllRecentChanges|All recent changes]] for the entire wiki can be viewed via that link for the most up-to-date information.  (That way you don't have to look at all the links to see what somebody might have changed.)  If you know how to use an RSS feed ("live bookmark" in FireFox) you can set it up using this link text:

  http://www.ccl-al.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php?n=Site.AllRecentChanges?action=rss

and it will automatically give you the last 10 changes or so...

March 20, 2007, at 05:07 AM by Peter Bowers - minor typos, etc.
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The biggest problem on a typical small web-site is that it doesn't get maintained.  It looks really great the day after it is initially built, but then 2 years later it still has the same prayer requests and the same ... everything!  With a wiki if someone surfing the page doesn't like it or if they want to add to it or fix something -- they just do it!  So the visitors to the site become the builders and maintainers of the site.  Since the web is all about information it obviously makes sense that having more people contributing to it makes it more valuable.

to:
The biggest problem on a typical small web-site is that it doesn't get maintained.  It looks really great the day after it is initially built, but then 2 years later it still has the same prayer requests and the same ... everything!  With a wiki if someone surfing the page doesn't like it or if they want to add to it or fix something -- they just do it!  So the visitors to the site become the builders and maintainers of the site.  Since the web is all about information it obviously makes sense that having ''more'' people contributing to it makes it ''more'' valuable.

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Want to contribute? No problem -- just click on the &quot;edit&quot; button that is found in the upper right corner of each page and then go in and make your changes.  Congratulations!  You just became a webmaster contributing to the world wide web!!! :-) 


Making simple changes is exactly that - simple
It will take about 3 minutes of experimenting to figure out your way around, but don't give up!  After clickin on that &quot;edit&quot; button just look at the text around yours and make your changes by following that model.  If you want to learn more and become more effective at it just check out [[PmWiki.BasicEditing|this &quot;basic editing&quot; page]] which describes how to create pages and make simple changes (tables, lists, font, etc.).  There are also other links in the sidebar to the left (further down) which will give further information and enable you to become better and better at making your changes.  But you don't need any of this -- the best way to get started is just to, well, get started!  After you've made your change jot down a couple words in the &quot;summary&quot; box telling what the change was and put your name in the &quot;author&quot; box and then click on &quot;save&quot;.


If you want to create a whole new page it couldn't be simpler
Just start in the page that will link to your new page and put [@[[the name of your new page]]@] somewhere in the text (with the double square brackets before and after the name of your page).  After you save your changes (with the summary &amp; author) then you will see your new link with a little question mark next to it.  Click on that link and you will be given the opportunity to edit your now newly created page.  That's all there is to it!

to:
Want to contribute? No problem -- just go to the page you want to update and click on the "edit" button that is found in the upper right corner of each page and then go in and make your changes.  Congratulations!  You just became a webmaster contributing to the world wide web!!! :-) 


Making simple changes is exactly that - simple!  It will take about 3 minutes of experimenting to figure out your way around, but don't give up!  After clicking on that "edit" button just look at the text around yours and make your changes by following that model.  If you want to learn more and become more effective at it just check out [[PmWiki.BasicEditing|this "basic editing" page]] which describes how to create pages and make simple changes (tables, lists, font, etc.).  There are also other links in the sidebar to the left (further down) which will give further information and enable
you to become better and better at making your changes.  But you don't need any of this -- the best way to get started is just to, well, get started!  After you've made your change jot down a couple words in the "summary" box telling what the change was and put your name in the "author" box and then click on "save".


If you want to create a whole new page it couldn't be simpler.  Just start in the page that will link (point) to your new page and put [@[[the name of your new
page]]@] somewhere in the text (with the double square brackets before and after the name of your page).  After you save your changes (with the summary & author) then you will see your new link with a little question mark next to it.  Click on that link and you will be given the opportunity to edit your now newly created page.  That's all there is to it!

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If you're nervous about making a change in a &quot;real page&quot; that has information people are using then you can always play in the [[Main.WikiSandbox|Sandbox]] and see how it works.  Those pages are for nothing else except playing and so there's no way you can mess anybody or anything up.

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If you're nervous about making a change in a "real page" that has information people are using then you can always play in the [[Main.WikiSandbox|Sandbox]] and see how it works.  Those pages are for nothing else except playing and so there's no way you can mess anybody or anything up.

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(:title Home Page of the CCL Wiki:) Welcome to the [[http://www.ccl-al.org|CCL's]] new (March, 2007) [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/Wiki|Wiki]]!

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(:title Home Page of the CCL Wiki:)
Welcome to the [[http://www.ccl-al.org|CCL's]] new (March, 2007) [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/Wiki|Wiki]]!

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Making simple changes is exactly that - simple!  After clickin on that &quot;edit&quot; button just make your changes just like you would in Word or some other word processor.    Links are made by selecting the text that should be made into a link and then clicking on the button that looks like a link of chain.  Make it a Wiki link and type in a name for a new page - that's all there is to creating a new page!

If you want a little more control you can click on "Edit(Wiki-Code)" and then be able to make your edits in a non-GUI environment.  Stuff works better in this environment, but it'll take you 2-5 minutes to get the hang of it
.  If you want to learn more and become more effective at it just check out [[PmWiki.BasicEditing|this &quot;basic editing&quot; page]] which describes how to create pages and make simple changes (tables, lists, font, etc.).  There are also other links in the sidebar to the left (further down) which will give further information and enable you to become better and better at making your changes.  But you don't need any of this -- the best way to get started is just to, well, get started!  After you've made your change jot down a couple words in the &quot;summary&quot; box telling what the change was and put your name in the &quot;author&quot; box and then click on &quot;save&quot;.

to:
Making simple changes is exactly that - simple!  It will take about 3 minutes of experimenting to figure out your way around, but don't give up!  After clickin on that &quot;edit&quot; button just look at the text around yours and make your changes by following that model.  If you want to learn more and become more effective at it just check out [[PmWiki.BasicEditing|this &quot;basic editing&quot; page]] which describes how to create pages and make simple changes (tables, lists, font, etc.).  There are also other links in the sidebar to the left (further down) which will give further information and enable you to become better and better at making your changes.  But you don't need any of this -- the best way to get started is just to, well, get started!  After you've made your change jot down a couple words in the &quot;summary&quot; box telling what the change was and put your name in the &quot;author&quot; box and then click on &quot;save&quot;.

March 09, 2007, at 05:15 PM by Peter Bowers - editing to indicate availability of GUI
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Making simple changes is exactly that - simple!  After clickin on that &quot;edit&quot; button just look at the text around your change and try to stay consistent with how other people have done it.  If you want to learn more and become more effective at it just check out [[PmWiki.BasicEditing|this &quot;basic editing&quot; page]] which describes how to create pages and make simple changes (tables, lists, font, etc.).  There are also other links in the sidebar to the left (further down) which will give further information and enable you to become better and better at making your changes.  But you don't need any of this -- the best way to get started is just to, well, get started!  After you've made your change jot down a couple words in the &quot;summary&quot; box telling what the change was and put your name in the &quot;author&quot; box and then click on &quot;save&quot;.

to:
Making simple changes is exactly that - simple!  After clickin on that &quot;edit&quot; button just make your changes just like you would in Word or some other word processor.    Links are made by selecting the text that should be made into a link and then clicking on the button that looks like a link of chain.  Make it a Wiki link and type in a name for a new page - that's all there is to creating a new page!

If you want a little more control you can click on "Edit(Wiki-Code)" and then be able to make your edits in a non-GUI environment.  Stuff works better in this environment, but it'll take you 2-5 minutes to get the hang of
it.  If you want to learn more and become more effective at it just check out [[PmWiki.BasicEditing|this &quot;basic editing&quot; page]] which describes how to create pages and make simple changes (tables, lists, font, etc.).  There are also other links in the sidebar to the left (further down) which will give further information and enable you to become better and better at making your changes.  But you don't need any of this -- the best way to get started is just to, well, get started!  After you've made your change jot down a couple words in the &quot;summary&quot; box telling what the change was and put your name in the &quot;author&quot; box and then click on &quot;save&quot;.

March 04, 2007, at 08:38 AM by Peter Bowers - fixing links (hope not caused by visual editing?)
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(:title Home Page of the CCL Wiki:) Welcome to the [[http://www.ccl-al.org|CCL's]] new (March, 2007) [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/Wiki|Wiki]]!


What is a [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/Wiki|wiki]]?  Well contrary to Judy P's initial observation, it has no relationship to the [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/wookiee|wookiees]] of Star Wars fame (Chewbacca &amp; friends).  It is simply a web page like any other except that '''ANYONE''' can make changes.  It's called &quot;mass collaborative authoring&quot; (from the [[http://www.wikipedia.com|Wikipedia]] definition of [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/Wiki|Wiki]]) if you want a fancy name for it.


Dangerous?!?  Yes, it leaves us a little open to the spammers and hackers of the world.  But it is worth it because it allows so much more freedom in terms of editing and keeping it updated and getting more information and more helpful information out there.


The biggest problem on a typical small web-site is that it doesn't get maintained.  It looks really great the day after it is initially built, but then 2 years later it still has the same prayer requests and the same ... everything!  With a wiki if someone surfing the page doesn't like it or if they want to add to it or fix something -- they just do it!  So the visitors to the site become the builders and maintainers of the site.  Since the web is all about information it obviously makes sense that having more people contributing to it makes it more valuable.


If you want to come and just look around, ''no problem'' - just look at the sidebar on the left and click on any entries that look interesting to you.  Surf as long as you like and then if you want to come back again later and contribute something that's even better...


Want to contribute? No problem -- just click on the &quot;edit&quot; button that is found in the upper right corner of each page and then go in and make your changes.  Congratulations!  You just became a webmaster contributing to the world wide web!!! :-) 


Making simple changes is exactly that - simple!  After clickin on that &quot;edit&quot; button just look at the text around your change and try to stay consistent with how other people have done it.  If you want to learn more and become more effective at it just check out [[PmWiki.BasicEditing|this &quot;basic editing&quot; page]] which describes how to create pages and make simple changes (tables, lists, font, etc.).  There are also other links in the sidebar to the left (further down) which will give further information and enable you to become better and better at making your changes.  But you don't need any of this -- the best way to get started is just to, well, get started!  After you've made your change jot down a couple words in the &quot;summary&quot; box telling what the change was and put your name in the &quot;author&quot; box and then click on &quot;save&quot;.


If you want to create a whole new page it couldn't be simpler.  Just start in the page that will link to your new page and put [[the name of your new page]] somewhere in the text (with the double square brackets before and after the name of your page).  After you save your changes (with the summary &amp; author) then you will see your new link with a little question mark next to it.  Click on that link and you will be given the opportunity to edit your now newly created page.  That's all there is to it!


(Oh, you can also edit the sidebar as well if you want to add a major new section - just look for the &quot;edit [[PmWiki.BasicEditing|Side Bar]][[PmWiki.BasicEditing|?]]&quot; link at the bottom right of the sidebar.)


If you're nervous about making a change in a &quot;real page&quot; that has information people are using then you can always play in the [[Main.WikiSandbox|Sandbox]] and see how it works.  Those pages are for nothing else except playing and so there's no way you can mess anybody or anything up.


More information about [[PmWiki.PmWiki|Pm Wiki]] (the software the CCL is using to make this site work) is available from http://www.pmwiki.org .


[[Site.AllRecentChanges|All recent changes]] for the entire wiki can be viewed via that link for the most up-to-date information
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(:title Home Page of the CCL Wiki:) Welcome to the [[http://www.ccl-al.org|CCL's]] new (March, 2007) [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/Wiki|Wiki]]!


What is a [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/Wiki|wiki]]?  Well contrary to Judy P's initial observation, it has no relationship to the [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/wookiee|wookiees]] of Star Wars fame (Chewbacca &amp; friends).  It is simply a web page like any other except that '''ANYONE''' can make changes.  It's called &quot;mass collaborative authoring&quot; (from the [[http://www.wikipedia.com|Wikipedia]] definition of [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/Wiki|Wiki]]) if you want a fancy name for it.


Dangerous?!?  Yes, it leaves us a little open to the spammers and hackers of the world.  But it is worth it because it allows so much more freedom in terms of editing and keeping it updated and getting more information and more helpful information out there.


The biggest problem on a typical small web-site is that it doesn't get maintained.  It looks really great the day after it is initially built, but then 2 years later it still has the same prayer requests and the same ... everything!  With a wiki if someone surfing the page doesn't like it or if they want to add to it or fix something -- they just do it!  So the visitors to the site become the builders and maintainers of the site.  Since the web is all about information it obviously makes sense that having more people contributing to it makes it more valuable.


If you want to come and just look around, ''no problem'' - just look at the sidebar on the left and click on any entries that look interesting to you.  Surf as long as you like and then if you want to come back again later and contribute something that's even better...


Want to contribute? No problem -- just click on the &quot;edit&quot; button that is found in the upper right corner of each page and then go in and make your changes.  Congratulations!  You just became a webmaster contributing to the world wide web!!! :-) 


Making simple changes is exactly that - simple!  After clickin on that &quot;edit&quot; button just look at the text around your change and try to stay consistent with how other people have done it.  If you want to learn more and become more effective at it just check out [[PmWiki.BasicEditing|this &quot;basic editing&quot; page]] which describes how to create pages and make simple changes (tables, lists, font, etc.).  There are also other links in the sidebar to the left (further down) which will give further information and enable you to become better and better at making your changes.  But you don't need any of this -- the best way to get started is just to, well, get started!  After you've made your change jot down a couple words in the &quot;summary&quot; box telling what the change was and put your name in the &quot;author&quot; box and then click on &quot;save&quot;.


If you want to create a whole new page it couldn't be simpler.  Just start in the page that will link to your new page and put [@[[the name of your new page]]@] somewhere in the text (with the double square brackets before and after the name of your page).  After you save your changes (with the summary &amp; author) then you will see your new link with a little question mark next to it.  Click on that link and you will be given the opportunity to edit your now newly created page.  That's all there is to it!


(Oh, you can also edit the sidebar as well if you want to add a major new section - just look for the "edit `SideBar" link at the bottom right of the sidebar.)


If you're nervous about making a change in a &quot;real page&quot; that has information people are using then you can always play in the [[Main.WikiSandbox|Sandbox]] and see how it works.  Those pages are for nothing else except playing and so there's no way you can mess anybody or anything up.


More information about [[PmWiki.PmWiki|Pm Wiki]] (the software the CCL is using to make this site work) is available from http://www.pmwiki.org .


[[Site.AllRecentChanges|All recent changes]] for the entire wiki can be viewed via that link for the most up-to-date information
March 04, 2007, at 08:32 AM by Peter Bowers - first visual edit...
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(:title Home Page of the CCL Wiki:)
Welcome to the [[http://www.ccl-al.org|CCL's]] new (March, 2007) [[(Wikipedia:)Wiki]]!

What
is a [[Wikipedia:Wiki|wiki]]?  Well contrary to Judy P's initial observation, it has no relationship to the [[(Wikipedia:)wookiee|wookiees]] of Star Wars fame (Chewbacca & friends).  It is simply a web page like any other except that '''ANYONE''' can make changes.  It's called "mass collaborative authoring" (from the [[http://www.wikipedia.com|Wikipedia]] definition of [[(Wikipedia:)Wiki]]) if you want a fancy name for it.

Dangerous?!?
  Yes, it leaves us a little open to the spammers and hackers of the world.  But it is worth it because it allows so much more freedom in terms of editing and keeping it updated and getting more information and more helpful information out there.

The
biggest problem on a typical small web-site is that it doesn't get maintained.  It looks really great the day after it is initially built, but then 2 years later it still has the same prayer requests and the same ... everything!  With a wiki if someone surfing the page doesn't like it or if they want to add to it or fix something -- they just do it!  So the visitors to the site become the builders and maintainers of the site.  Since the web is all about information it obviously makes sense that having more people contributing to it makes it more valuable.

If
you want to come and just look around, no problem - just look at the sidebar on the left and click on any entries that look interesting to you.  Surf as long as you like and then if you want to come back again later and contribute something that's even better...

Want
to contribute? No problem -- just click on the "edit" button that is found in the upper right corner of each page and then go in and make your changes.  Congratulations!  You just became a webmaster contributing to the world wide web!!! :-) 

Making
simple changes is exactly that - simple!  After clickin on that "edit" button just look at the text around your change and try to stay consistent with how other people have done it.  If you want to learn more and become more effective at it just check out [[PmWiki/basic editing | this "basic editing" page]] which describes how to create pages and make simple changes (tables, lists, font, etc.).  There are also other links in the sidebar to the left (further down) which will give further information and enable you to become better and better at making your changes.  But you don't need any of this -- the best way to get started is just to, well, get started!  After you've made your change jot down a couple words in the "summary" box telling what the change was and put your name in the "author" box and then click on "save".

If
you want to create a whole new page it couldn't be simpler.  Just start in the page that will link to your new page and put [=[[the name of your new page]]=] somewhere in the text (with the double square brackets before and after the name of your page).  After you save your changes (with the summary & author) then you will see your new link with a little question mark next to it.  Click on that link and you will be given the opportunity to edit your now newly created page.  That's all there is to it!

(Oh,
you can also edit the sidebar as well if you want to add a major new section - just look for the "edit SideBar" link at the bottom right of the sidebar.)

If
you're nervous about making a change in a "real page" that has information people are using then you can always play in the [[(Main.Wiki)Sandbox]] and see how it works.  Those pages are for nothing else except playing and so there's no way you can mess anybody or anything up.

More
information about PmWiki (the software the CCL is using to make this site work) is available from http://www.pmwiki.org .

[[site.AllRecentChanges|All
recent changes]] for the entire wiki can be viewed via that link for the most up-to-date information
to:
(:title Home Page of the CCL Wiki:) Welcome to the [[http://www.ccl-al.org|CCL's]] new (March, 2007) [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/Wiki|Wiki]]!


What
is a [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/Wiki|wiki]]?  Well contrary to Judy P's initial observation, it has no relationship to the [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/wookiee|wookiees]] of Star Wars fame (Chewbacca &amp; friends).  It is simply a web page like any other except that '''ANYONE''' can make changes.  It's called &quot;mass collaborative authoring&quot; (from the [[http://www.wikipedia.com|Wikipedia]] definition of [[http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/Wiki|Wiki]]) if you want a fancy name for it.


Dangerous?!? 
Yes, it leaves us a little open to the spammers and hackers of the world.  But it is worth it because it allows so much more freedom in terms of editing and keeping it updated and getting more information and more helpful information out there.


The
biggest problem on a typical small web-site is that it doesn't get maintained.  It looks really great the day after it is initially built, but then 2 years later it still has the same prayer requests and the same ... everything!  With a wiki if someone surfing the page doesn't like it or if they want to add to it or fix something -- they just do it!  So the visitors to the site become the builders and maintainers of the site.  Since the web is all about information it obviously makes sense that having more people contributing to it makes it more valuable.


If
you want to come and just look around, ''no problem'' - just look at the sidebar on the left and click on any entries that look interesting to you.  Surf as long as you like and then if you want to come back again later and contribute something that's even better...


Want
to contribute? No problem -- just click on the &quot;edit&quot; button that is found in the upper right corner of each page and then go in and make your changes.  Congratulations!  You just became a webmaster contributing to the world wide web!!! :-) 


Making
simple changes is exactly that - simple!  After clickin on that &quot;edit&quot; button just look at the text around your change and try to stay consistent with how other people have done it.  If you want to learn more and become more effective at it just check out [[PmWiki.BasicEditing|this &quot;basic editing&quot; page]] which describes how to create pages and make simple changes (tables, lists, font, etc.).  There are also other links in the sidebar to the left (further down) which will give further information and enable you to become better and better at making your changes.  But you don't need any of this -- the best way to get started is just to, well, get started!  After you've made your change jot down a couple words in the &quot;summary&quot; box telling what the change was and put your name in the &quot;author&quot; box and then click on &quot;save&quot;.


If
you want to create a whole new page it couldn't be simpler.  Just start in the page that will link to your new page and put [[the name of your new page]] somewhere in the text (with the double square brackets before and after the name of your page).  After you save your changes (with the summary &amp; author) then you will see your new link with a little question mark next to it.  Click on that link and you will be given the opportunity to edit your now newly created page.  That's all there is to it!


(Oh,
you can also edit the sidebar as well if you want to add a major new section - just look for the &quot;edit [[PmWiki.BasicEditing|Side Bar]][[PmWiki.BasicEditing|?]]&quot; link at the bottom right of the sidebar.)


If
you're nervous about making a change in a &quot;real page&quot; that has information people are using then you can always play in the [[Main.WikiSandbox|Sandbox]] and see how it works.  Those pages are for nothing else except playing and so there's no way you can mess anybody or anything up.


More
information about [[PmWiki.PmWiki|Pm Wiki]] (the software the CCL is using to make this site work) is available from http://www.pmwiki.org .


[[Site.AllRecentChanges|All
recent changes]] for the entire wiki can be viewed via that link for the most up-to-date information
February 26, 2007, at 03:04 AM by Peter Bowers - typo
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What is a [[Wikipedia:Wiki|wiki]]?  Well contrary to Judy P's initial observation, it has no relationship to the [[(Wikipedia:)wookiee|wookiees]] of Star Wars fame (Chewbacca & friends).  It is simply a web page like any other except that '''ANYONE''' can make changes.  It's called "mass collaborative authoring" (from the [[http://www.wikipedia.com|Wikipedia]] definition of [[(Wikipedia:)Wiki]]) if you want a fancy name for it.a
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What is a [[Wikipedia:Wiki|wiki]]?  Well contrary to Judy P's initial observation, it has no relationship to the [[(Wikipedia:)wookiee|wookiees]] of Star Wars fame (Chewbacca & friends).  It is simply a web page like any other except that '''ANYONE''' can make changes.  It's called "mass collaborative authoring" (from the [[http://www.wikipedia.com|Wikipedia]] definition of [[(Wikipedia:)Wiki]]) if you want a fancy name for it.
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What is a [[Wikipedia:Wiki|wiki]]?  Well contrary to Judy P's initial observation, it has no relationship to the [[(Wikipedia:)wookiee|wookiees]] of Star Wars fame (Chewbacca & friends).  It is simply a web page like any other except that '''ANYONE''' can make changes.  It's called "mass collaborative authoring" (from the [[http://www.wikipedia.com|Wikipedia]] definition of [[(Wikipedia:)Wiki]]) if you want a fancy name for it.
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What is a [[Wikipedia:Wiki|wiki]]?  Well contrary to Judy P's initial observation, it has no relationship to the [[(Wikipedia:)wookiee|wookiees]] of Star Wars fame (Chewbacca & friends).  It is simply a web page like any other except that '''ANYONE''' can make changes.  It's called "mass collaborative authoring" (from the [[http://www.wikipedia.com|Wikipedia]] definition of [[(Wikipedia:)Wiki]]) if you want a fancy name for it.a
February 24, 2007, at 03:31 AM by Peter Bowers - cosmetic
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[[site.AllRecentChanges]] can be viewed for the most up-to-date information
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[[site.AllRecentChanges|All recent changes]] for the entire wiki can be viewed via that link for the most up-to-date information
February 24, 2007, at 03:30 AM by Peter Bowers - Added link to all recent changes
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[[site.AllRecentChanges]] can be viewed for the most up-to-date information
February 22, 2007, at 01:36 PM by Peter Bowers - JP to Judy P
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What is a [[Wikipedia:Wiki|wiki]]?  Well contrary to JP's initial observation, it has no relationship to the [[(Wikipedia:)wookiee|wookiees]] of Star Wars fame (Chewbacca & friends).  It is simply a web page like any other except that '''ANYONE''' can make changes.  It's called "mass collaborative authoring" (from the [[http://www.wikipedia.com|Wikipedia]] definition of [[(Wikipedia:)Wiki]]) if you want a fancy name for it.
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What is a [[Wikipedia:Wiki|wiki]]?  Well contrary to Judy P's initial observation, it has no relationship to the [[(Wikipedia:)wookiee|wookiees]] of Star Wars fame (Chewbacca & friends).  It is simply a web page like any other except that '''ANYONE''' can make changes.  It's called "mass collaborative authoring" (from the [[http://www.wikipedia.com|Wikipedia]] definition of [[(Wikipedia:)Wiki]]) if you want a fancy name for it.
February 22, 2007, at 06:43 AM by Peter Bowers - syntax on the title
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(:title Home Page of the CCL Wiki)
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(:title Home Page of the CCL Wiki:)
February 22, 2007, at 06:41 AM by Peter Bowers - some linking, give a new title
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Welcome to the CCL's new (March, 2007) Wiki!

What is a wiki?
  Well contrary to JP's initial observation, it has no relationship to the [[(Wikipedia:)wookiee|wookiees]] of Star Wars fame (Chewbacca & friends).  It is simply a web page like any other except that '''ANYONE''' can make changes.

Dangerous?!?
  Yes, it leaves us a little open to the spammers and hackers of the world.  But it is worth it because it allows so much more freedom in terms of editing and keeping it updated.
to:
(:title Home Page of the CCL Wiki)
Welcome to the [[http://www.ccl-al.org|CCL's]] new (March, 2007) [[(Wikipedia:)Wiki]]!

What is a [[Wikipedia:Wiki|wiki]]?  Well contrary to JP's initial observation, it has no relationship to the
[[(Wikipedia:)wookiee|wookiees]] of Star Wars fame (Chewbacca & friends).  It is simply a web page like any other except that '''ANYONE''' can make changes.  It's called "mass collaborative authoring" (from the [[http://www.wikipedia.com|Wikipedia]] definition of [[(Wikipedia:)Wiki]]) if you want a fancy name for it.

Dangerous?!?  Yes,
it leaves us a little open to the spammers and hackers of the world.  But it is worth it because it allows so much more freedom in terms of editing and keeping it updated and getting more information and more helpful information out there.
February 22, 2007, at 06:26 AM by Peter Bowers - minor corrections
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If you want to create a whole new page it couldn't be simpler.  Just start in the page that will link to your new page and put [=[[the name of your page]]=] somewhere in the text (with the double square brackets before and after the name of your page).  After you save your changes (with the summary & author) then you will see your new link with a little question mark next to it.  Click on that link and you will be given the opportunity to edit your now newly created page.  That's all there is to it!
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If you want to create a whole new page it couldn't be simpler.  Just start in the page that will link to your new page and put [=[[the name of your new page]]=] somewhere in the text (with the double square brackets before and after the name of your page).  After you save your changes (with the summary & author) then you will see your new link with a little question mark next to it.  Click on that link and you will be given the opportunity to edit your now newly created page.  That's all there is to it!

(Oh, you can also edit the sidebar as well if you want to add a major new section - just look for the "edit SideBar" link at the bottom right of the sidebar.)

February 22, 2007, at 06:24 AM by Peter Bowers - syntax, minor wording
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If you want to create a whole new page it couldn't be simpler.  Just start in the page that will link to your new page and put [=[[the name of your page]]=] somewhere in the text.  After you save your changes (with the summary & author) then you will see your new link with a little question mark next to it.  Click on that link and you will be given the opportunity to edit your now newly created page.  That's all there is to it!

If you're nervous about making a change in a "real page" that has information people are using then you can always play in the [[Main/Sandbox]]
and see how it works.  Those pages are for nothing else except playing and so there's no way you can mess anybody or anything up.
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If you want to create a whole new page it couldn't be simpler.  Just start in the page that will link to your new page and put [=[[the name of your page]]=] somewhere in the text (with the double square brackets before and after the name of your page).  After you save your changes (with the summary & author) then you will see your new link with a little question mark next to it.  Click on that link and you will be given the opportunity to edit your now newly created page.  That's all there is to it!

If you're nervous about making a change in a "real page" that has information people are using then you can always play in the [[(Main.Wiki)
Sandbox]] and see how it works.  Those pages are for nothing else except playing and so there's no way you can mess anybody or anything up.
February 22, 2007, at 06:22 AM by Peter Bowers - expanding CCL text
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If you want to come and just look around, no problem - just look at the sidebar on the left and click on any entries that look interesting to you.  Come back again later and add something...

Want to contribute? No problem -- just click on the "edit" button
that is found in the upper right corner of the page and then go in and make your changes.  Congratulations!  You just became a webmaster contributing to the world wide web!!! :-) 

Making simple changes is exactly that - simple!  Just look at the text around your change and try to stay consistent with how other people have done it.  If you want to learn more
and become more effective at it just check out [[PmWiki/basic editing | this "basic editing" page]] which describes how to create pages.  There are also other links in the sidebar to the left (further down) which will give further information and enable you to become better and better at making your changes.  But you don't need any of this -- the best way to get started is just to, well, get started!
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If you want to come and just look around, no problem - just look at the sidebar on the left and click on any entries that look interesting to you.  Surf as long as you like and then if you want to come back again later and contribute something that's even better...

Want to contribute? No problem -- just click on the "edit" button that is found in the upper right corner of each page and then go in and make your changes.  Congratulations
You just became a webmaster contributing to the world wide web!!! :-) 

Making simple changes is exactly that - simple!  After clickin on that "edit" button just look at the text around your change
and try to stay consistent with how other people have done it.  If you want to learn more and become more effective at it just check out [[PmWiki/basic editing | this "basic editing" page]] which describes how to create pages and make simple changes (tables, lists, font, etc.).  There are also other links in the sidebar to the left (further down) which will give further information and enable you to become better and better at making your changes.  But you don't need any of this -- the best way to get started is just to, well, get started!  After you've made your change jot down a couple words in the "summary" box telling what the change was and put your name in the "author" box and then click on "save".

If you want to create a whole new page it couldn't be simpler.  Just start in the page that will link to your new page and put [=[[the name of your page]]=] somewhere in the text.  After you save your changes (with the summary & author) then you will see your new link with a little question mark next to it.  Click on that link and you will be given the opportunity to edit your now newly created page.  That's all there is to it
!
February 22, 2007, at 06:16 AM by Peter Bowers - syntax
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What is a wiki?  Well contrary to JP's initial observation, it has no relationship to the [[(wikipedia:)wookiee|wookiees]] of Star Wars fame (Chewbacca & friends).  It is simply a web page like any other except that '''ANYONE''' can make changes.
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What is a wiki?  Well contrary to JP's initial observation, it has no relationship to the [[(Wikipedia:)wookiee|wookiees]] of Star Wars fame (Chewbacca & friends).  It is simply a web page like any other except that '''ANYONE''' can make changes.
February 22, 2007, at 06:13 AM by Peter Bowers - spelling
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What is a wiki?  Well contrary to JP's initial observation, it has no relationship to the [[(wikipedia:)wookie| wookiees]] of Star Wars fame (Chewbacca & friends).  It is simply a web page like any other except that '''ANYONE''' can make changes.
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What is a wiki?  Well contrary to JP's initial observation, it has no relationship to the [[(wikipedia:)wookiee|wookiees]] of Star Wars fame (Chewbacca & friends).  It is simply a web page like any other except that '''ANYONE''' can make changes.
February 22, 2007, at 06:12 AM by Peter Bowers - Customizing for CCL info
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Welcome to PmWiki!

A local copy of PmWiki's
documentation has been installed along with the software,
and is available via the [[PmWiki/documentation index]]. 

To continue setting up PmWiki, see
[[PmWiki/initial setup tasks]].

The [[PmWiki/basic editing]] page describes how to create pages
in PmWiki.  You can practice editing in the [[wiki sandbox]].

I now create my own [[Peter/fun links|Link]]
.

More information about PmWiki is available from http://www.pmwiki.org .
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Welcome to the CCL's new (March, 2007) Wiki!

What is a wiki?  Well contrary to JP's initial observation, it has no relationship to the
[[(wikipedia:)wookie| wookiees]] of Star Wars fame (Chewbacca & friends).  It is simply a web page like any other except that '''ANYONE''' can make changes.

Dangerous?!?  Yes, it leaves us a little open to the spammers and hackers of the world.  But it is worth it because it allows so much more freedom in terms of editing and keeping it updated.

The biggest problem on a typical small web-site is that it doesn't get maintained.  It looks really great the day after it is initially built, but then 2 years later it still has the same prayer requests and the same ... everything!  With a wiki if someone surfing the page doesn't like it or if they want to add to it or fix something -- they just do it!  So the visitors to the site become the builders and maintainers of the site.  Since the web is all about information it obviously makes sense that having more people contributing to it makes it more valuable.

If you want to come and just look around, no problem - just look at the sidebar on the left and click on any entries that look interesting to you.  Come back again later and add something...

Want to contribute? No problem -- just click on the "edit" button that is found in the upper right corner of the page and then go in and make your changes.  Congratulations!  You just became a webmaster contributing to the world wide web!!! :-) 

Making simple changes is exactly that - simple!  Just look at the text around your change and try to stay consistent with how other people have done it.  If you want to learn more and become more effective at it just check out [[PmWiki/basic editing | this "basic editing" page]] which describes how to create pages.  There are also other links in the sidebar to the left (further down) which will give further information and enable you to become better and better at making your changes.  But you don't need any of this -- the best way to get started is just to, well, get started!

If you're nervous about making a change in a "real page" that has information people are using then you can always play in the [[Main/Sandbox]] and see how it works.  Those pages are for nothing else except playing and so there's no way you can mess anybody or anything up.

More information about PmWiki (the software the CCL is using to make this site work)
is available from http://www.pmwiki.org .
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I now create my own [[Peter/fun links|Link]].

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