Describe Users/deverespub here.
2011-11-18 13:04:55 Welcome to the Wiki! I've only been in once so far, but I absolutely love the pub! Please take a minute to read over the business owner/representative intro - there's some key stuff in there. You'll find that the wiki works a bit differently from business listing sites and that kind of thing. A couple of key distinctions are that business pages are written in the third person, and advertising—as opposed to adding information in a non-promotional way—is prohibited by the wiki's nonprofit agreement with the IRS. The nice thing is, as a community-owned, -built, and -maintained resource, there are a lot of people around who'll pitch in and help out with a page. If you have any questions, just ask!
One other thing to note: your user name, "deverespub," is what's known as an organizational account. Organizational accounts are frowned on here, and eventually get disabled. This isn't because your contributions aren't appreciated! On the contrary, you've got a lot of information that's particularly valuable for the de vere's page. It's just that when it comes from an organizational user name, it kind of undermines the goal of promoting community. The organizational account basically speaks from authority, setting itself apart from other users. So, if you wouldn't mind, please use a different account to edit - it's as easy to make a new one as it was to make this one, and again, if you have any questions, ask away. —TomGarberson
- Oh! But before you disable the current account, change the email address so you can use it again to create the new account. Go to "settings" in the upper right hand corner, remove your email address, save it, and then you can disable this account and create a new one. No worries about mistaking the site for a business listing site — you're not the first. A hearty and genuine welcome to the wiki to you, whoever you are! —Evan 'JabberWokky' Edwards, email@example.com, (814) 889-8845
2011-11-18 15:49:58 who is behind this account? Henry or someone below them?? —StevenDaubert