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Introductory blog post

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This first blog post serves two purposes:

  • it allows me to test out how this extension works, and
  • it permits me to welcome new participants.

Intro

This Wiki has been established as a place to share knowledge, experience, information, resources, skills and more across the Open Data Community in Scotland. We are not a formal or constituted body; just a growing group of people who believe that Open Data has much to offer socially, economically and environmentally in Scotland and that the potential of those promises is not yet realised. Anyone can join, share, learn and engage with the group. We have people in civil society, academia, government and industry.

New to MediaWiki?

If you are new to MediaWiki (the platform that runs this Wiki as well as powering Wikipedia and associated platforms then the following links should help!

Start by creating yourself an account - and get stuck in. This is a Wiki - you don't need permission. Everything is undoable and we're here to help.

And if you want to create your own blog post, just go to https://opendatascot.org/wiki/Special:CreateBlogPost and take it from there.

Enjoy

Ian



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