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Amy Sample Ward

What I'm most interested to see is how we can transform the state of the wiki to something that people who weren't active parts of creating it in the first place, feel is both useful and credible in a long-term way to use for their learning and workshops, etc. And, at the same time, keep the state of the wiki such that people who were involved in creating the content and those that weren't feel like they can still engage and contribute.

It's an interesting balance!

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