Searchable perfection take 2

Travis O enoster@hotmail.com
Wed, 05 Aug 2015 22:49:52 PDT
The worst thing about a wiki is that anyone can edit pages. However, the best thing about a wiki is that anyone can edit pages.

If I have made a mistake and added incorrect or misspelled a name (and I have made many mistakes), I would be grateful if someone took the time to correct it. I would learn something new and visitors to that page would find the information they seek. A win win, if the error is corrected.

There was this one genus page a while back, it read "This plant is ugly" in large (as large as the heading) and bold script. Needless to say, that had to go. But besides that, I can't recall ever removing any other things.

I was once intimidated at the prospect of "tampering" with the wiki, but then I realized that is the point. I invite anyone and everyone to give it a shot.

Travis Owen
Rogue River, OR

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