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We need a new graphic!
A call to all of the screenshot artists out there - The Village Pump needs a new header graphic!
Now, with ArmA being out, we would like to replace the current graphic with something more current and appropriate from Armed Assault. It should be an image that represents the community this Wiki is supposed to be (so no battle pictures). Also keep in mind the pretty wide dimensions.
If you do have an image you think might fit here, post a link to it (you can also upload it to the Wiki), and once we have a few we'll pick the most popular one.
-  as my vote. --raedor 11:35, 22 December 2007 (CET)
- Staff Meeting is my favorite so far. The beach pictures are a good idea, but they should be taken at better weather, I think the pictures are too dark. On the other hand, whats the point of having a beachfire at 12 noon ... well ... its never too early to barbecue :) --False2000 12:49, 17 January 2008 (CET)
Somebody recently remarked that "the wiki scares the public crowd off." 
Is that really the case? How was your first impression when coming to this Wiki. What were the major hurdles you had to overcome? Have you heard any responses from other people regarding this (or other) Wikis?
I set up a page where you can leave your experiences, and where we can discuss what to do to make this place a bit less "scary" and how to flatten that learning curve a bit: Village Pump (technical): New Users