This is a great idea--a sort of pre-Inkshed inkshedding!
However, at present the process for joining the wiki seems not to be
in place. When one clicks on "Join This Space" as instructed on the
Getting Started page, rather than a form appearing for one to fill out
and Russ (or his initiates and cronies) to process, a sign-in page
opens, calling for a username and password...which of course one
doesn't have yet.
Over to you, Mr. Webmaestro.
Quoting Roger Graves <[log in to unmask]>:
> Russ has created a wiki to help "inkshed" the process of creating
> sessions for the conference:
> I've posted an idea/topic that I'd like to invite feedback/contributions on:
> The topic: reasons people give me for why they don't attend the
> conference. One of the original reasons for creating Inkshed (the
> newsletter and the conference) was to create a forum for Canadian
> academics to meet outside of CCCCs. This part of the Inkshed mission
> hasn't been completely successful--or has it? I think it is worth
> talking about at the 25th conference, and I'd like to invite anyone
> else who is interested to work their way into this conversation.
> Once you go to the wikispaces site above, you will need to join so that
> Russ can authorize you to edit the page I put up and to put up your own
> pages. I put up a page of instructions about how to do this on the
> site; just be aware that there is a lag between the time you join and
> the time when Russ does his thing.
> Roger Graves
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To leave the list, send a SIGNOFF CASLL command to
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write to Russ Hunt at [log in to unmask]
For the list archives and information about the organization,
its newsletter, and the annual conference, go to