Hello and welcome to Cunnan!
Well done on your work on the textiles articles. It's nice not to need to encourage a new users to dive right in.
Feel free to tell us a bit about yourself, or your persona, on your user page.
Keep up the excellent work, Tobin 23:44, 10 Aug 2005 (CDT)
Inviting non SCA groups should be OK.
Cunnan is, primarily, a reference for medieval re-enactors with a heavy slant towards the SCA (i.e. other groups are welcome).
Is the SIG mostly concerned with pure information or are they an actual re-enactment group?
Tobin 07:37, 11 Aug 2005 (CDT)
- I suspect that Tobin was probably thinking the same thing as me. SIG is normally (in at least the academic/computer industries) the abbreviation for "Special Interest Group". So even the SCA and the NVG are SIGs. Is it going to cause big problems to you if I change the page's name to Slavic Interest Group, which is less ambiguous and less misleading? - Cian Gillebhrath 19:34, 21 Aug 2005 (CDT)
- Yup, the page should have been called Slavic Interest Group. I've moved it now, the old version redirects to the new name so links will still work. Like everything around here we don't have hard and fast rules but we do have a policy of not using abbreviations as page titles. More information on the naming policy can be found at Cunnan:Naming conventions (which is probably in need of an update). - Tobin 20:45, 21 Aug 2005 (CDT)
- works for me Tomislaus 09:23, 23 Aug 2005 (CDT)
SIG experiment box
Hi guys! Click one of the edit buttons above and type something in. Fix one of these typos to:
The quick brown fox jimped ovar the lazzy god.