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The initial work is being done by user Bill Crews (Bill.Crews@gmail.com). During this initial stage of its development, users, developers, and group members can help by reading the pages, identifying any errors or unclear language, and including them along with suggestions in email messages to Bill. Alternatively, members can ask questions or make comments in the Memento Group at https://groups.google.com/forum/m/#!forum/mementodatabase.
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The initial work is being done by user Bill Crews (Bill.Crews@gmail.com). During this initial stage of its development, users, developers, and group members can help by reading the pages, identifying any errors or unclear language, and including them along with suggestions in email messages to Bill. Alternatively, members can ask questions or make comments in the [https://groups.google.com/forum/m/#!forum/mementodatabase Memento Group].
  
 
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Revision as of 01:58, 30 September 2016

« Page as of 2016-09-13, editions Mobile 3.9.7, Desktop 1.0.3 »

The Memento Database Wiki was born very modestly in July, 2016, as mere links to the existing User Manual and FAQ. Initial development began in late July, with a main page fashioned from a marketing blurb. The page was then honed from that into a more proper main page. By the end of July, the main page and essential pages linked from it were created.

The month of August was consumed by refurbishment and normalization of those initial pages and the construction of the field type pages for the 29 field types in existence at the time.

Planned future portions of the wiki include Methods (including approaches, tips, and techniques), Tutorials, and Usage Scenarios, among others.

Work continues...

The initial work is being done by user Bill Crews (Bill.Crews@gmail.com). During this initial stage of its development, users, developers, and group members can help by reading the pages, identifying any errors or unclear language, and including them along with suggestions in email messages to Bill. Alternatively, members can ask questions or make comments in the Memento Group.