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-For phase 1 of the development of this site, you must have a CSID to get to the site. By visiting the site, a wiki user with the same name as your CSID is created automatically. +== Register ==
-In phase 2, we plan to announce the site to a small, select group of people who don't have CSIDs. We'll have to work out how this will work and what security will be required. We'll also have to include instructions about registering.+You must register if you want to contribute to this site. To do so, send email to [[User:Dbrown]] with a short introduction to who you are. We have disabled the "self-registration" feature because of vandalism that occurred while we tried to run more open.
-In phase 3, we'll announce it to a wide audience, put it in the forum.stanford.edu menus, and generally make it public. Again, we'll have to work out policies about who can contribute and guidelines for submissions.+(For notes on what Denny does to create the new user, see [[Create user]].)
---[[User:Dbrown|Dbrown]] 14:23, 23 March 2006 (PST)+== Create your user page ==
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 +After registering and logging in, your user name appears in the top row of links (probably in red). Click on your user name to create a page describing yourself. By convention, include your relationship, if any, to Stanford's Computer Science Department.
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 +See [[User:Dbrown]] for an example.
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 +== Read [[Policies and Guidelines]] ==
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 +Page created --[[User:Dbrown|Dbrown]] 16:50, 3 April 2006 (PDT)

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Register

You must register if you want to contribute to this site. To do so, send email to User:Dbrown with a short introduction to who you are. We have disabled the "self-registration" feature because of vandalism that occurred while we tried to run more open.

(For notes on what Denny does to create the new user, see Create user.)

Create your user page

After registering and logging in, your user name appears in the top row of links (probably in red). Click on your user name to create a page describing yourself. By convention, include your relationship, if any, to Stanford's Computer Science Department.

See User:Dbrown for an example.

Read Policies and Guidelines

Page created --Dbrown 16:50, 3 April 2006 (PDT)