A wiki is a website that anyone can edit, contribute, change, and add to; you can add a page about your business, your event, your favorite restaurants, favorite people, favorite places to sit. If you accidently write over something we can generally restore what was lost; we do, however discourage removing information.
Our goal is to create a hub for the Reno Sparks community -- a place to go to when you want to know what's happening, how to find something, where to go, how to solve a problem or build something new. It's a community archive, blog and encyclopedia, all rolled into one. It's a place for everyone to have their own pages and find others with similar interests.
This is also a place to learn about collaborative editing; the pages here are generally not the reflection of a single person, but the work of many editors over time.
So, go grab your camera and explore Reno! Write a review of your favorite place. Share your favorite thing to do on Tuesdays, or a picture of your favorite downtown establishment. There are literally thousands of topics to explore, and there's room to add your own perspective at every turn.
The wiki's content, its meaning, its purpose—it's up to you. As a general rule you should contribute content you think will be helpful or insightful to others, but even this rule can be broken at times. Interesting things stay; bad content gets cleaned up, expanded upon, improved, or removed. Never be afraid to try something new, to edit something, to make your voice heard.
This is our place, our resource, our voice.
If you're ready to get started, check out the Reno Wiki Guide.