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Welcome to the village pump. This is the place for editors and sysops to meet, and talk about technical issues, policies, as well as ongoing and upcoming projects. Please use the table below to find the most appropriate section to post in, or use the miscellaneous section.
If you want a quick overview, you can also view all sections at once.

News
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News about BI and this Wiki.

Policy
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Discuss existing and proposed, new policies.

Proposals
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New proposals that are not policy related.

Things To Do
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Areas of the Biki that need attention.

Assistance
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Request assistance for the creation and update of content.

Technical
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Technical issues related to the MediaWiki software.

Miscellaneous
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Topics that do not fit into any other category.

News

Most Wikis have a type of "community place" that is used to discuss policies, general needs of the site, and to find technical as well as editorial help. This is either done at a place called Village pump or at the Community Portal. Since in our case the Community Portal is used for other purposes I combined the function of those two sections into one.

The purpose of a place like this is to improve communication between submitters, editors & administrators.

Discussions that might be of interest to lots of participants often get lost on some remote talk page, pages that are work-in-progress might get forgotten, or people willing to assist might not quite know where the most help is needed at a particular moment. So these pages are supposed to be the one central place where all those communications could come together.