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The documentation team is [[User:Rand Linden|Rand Linden]], [[Jeremy Linden]], and Bea Linden.  The doc team's focus is on the Knowledge Base, wiki, and Viewer context-sensitive help.
 
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'''From Amanda Linden:''' Based on the discussion on adult and LGBT forums during the last User Group, we have created a public "[http://community.secondlife.com/t5/Identity-and-Relationships/bd-p/identity_relationships Identity and Relationships]" forum for everyone to have inworld identity and relationships discussion. Hopefully, this is a solution that works for everyone. Looking forward to seeing your thoughts in the forum.
  
 
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Revision as of 11:12, 15 April 2011

The community tools user group exists to discuss and facilitate Resident involvement with:

  • The Second Life Wiki
  • Knowledge Base
  • Blogs
  • Forums
  • Second Life Answers

We'll answer any questions and try to address any concerns with these resources.

Schedule

Every Thursday at 1pm PT at CTUG meeting spot in Beaumont.

Also see the calendar of public user group meetings.


Agenda

Agenda for the next user group meeting is:

  • Update on Forums/Blogs (Raymond/Lexie/Amanda)
  • Update on SL Answers (Lexie)
  • Update on Knowledge Base (Rand/Jeremy)
  • Brainstorm on new user marketing/communications - how new users can best leverage the existing resources to quickly get up to speed in SL and participate in relevant communities.
  • Other Suggestions? Add 'em here.

Team

Community tools team

Several Lindens are involved in facilitating community information tools:

  • Amanda Linden
  • Lexie Linden
  • Rand Linden

Documentation team

The documentation team is Rand Linden, Jeremy Linden, and Bea Linden. The doc team's focus is on the Knowledge Base, wiki, and Viewer context-sensitive help.

Archive

Links to chat transcripts of past meetings: