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  1. Apr 28, 2006

    Roger Siggs says:

    Generally you would use it as a centralised index of pages within a space. Treat...

    Generally you would use it as a centralised index of pages within a space. Treating spaces as individualised wikis eliminates a lot of the usefulness of the home pages. - RSS

    1. Apr 28, 2006

      KAREN SCHWALM says:

      So do the deck chairs look well arranged now??  Everything "instructional" ...

      So do the deck chairs look well arranged now??  Everything "instructional" is in the [LearningSpace].

  2. May 01, 2006

    Anonymous says:

    Why is this asking to add comments, is it a blog? I thought this was a wiki...

    Why is this asking to add comments, is it a blog? I thought this was a wiki...

    1. May 01, 2006

      Roger Siggs says:

      As with many comprehensive content management systems, Confluence is not just a ...

      As with many comprehensive content management systems, Confluence is not just a wiki. It has the ability to perform a number of tasks.

       If you were to log in with an authenticated account, you could modify the actual page (using the 'edit' tab on the top of the page) rather than leaving comments. Comments are a great way for clarification of a document, or discussion about aspects of it.

       --RSS

  3. May 05, 2006

    KAREN SCHWALM says:

    Rearranging again.  I've moved the LMC page, the English pages and the FCC ...

    Rearranging again.  I've moved the LMC page, the English pages and the FCC pages under Home.  Let me know if you like this better

  4. Jun 20, 2006

    Anonymous says:

    How do you spell ananomously ?

    How do you spell
    ananomously ?

  5. Jun 20, 2006

    Anonymous says:

    Anonymously.

    Anonymously.

  6. Oct 28, 2006

    Pam Rigg says:

    A university is just a group of buildings gathered around a library — Shel...

    A university is just a group of buildings gathered around a library
    — Shelby Foote  (Pam was here!)

  7. Nov 02, 2006

    ROSEMARY ACOSTA says:

    Rosemary was here!

    Rosemary was here!

  8. Mar 31, 2007

    Anonymous says:

    Susan High was here.  March 31, 2007

    Susan High was here.  March 31, 2007

  9. Apr 04, 2007

    Anonymous says:

    Pam Nelson was here.

    Pam Nelson was here.

  10. Apr 06, 2007

    Anonymous says:

    Hi! Mary Beth Beattie was here!

    Hi! Mary Beth Beattie was here!

  11. Dec 04, 2007

    CARMELA ARNOLDT says:

    Congratulations, Mary Jane, et al; this is excellent work. Carmela

    Congratulations, Mary Jane, et al; this is excellent work.

    Carmela