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* Anyone who shows good contributions here or at [[project:related wikis|related wikis]] can become a sysop.
 
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== How we want to keep WikiCouch ==
 
* Free of advertising
 
* Free of advertising
 
* Free of spam
 
* Free of spam
 
* Convivial and friendly
 
* Convivial and friendly
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* Chock full of useful, fun info

Revision as of 03:34, 13 October 2009

What is WikiCouch?

WikiCouch is a travel community guide for Hospitality networks like CouchSurfing, Hospitality Club, BeWelcome, Global Freeloaders, Servas etc.

A travel community guide is something like WikiTravel but more personal. It helps you experience travel with the senses of a local.


Why use WikiCouch?

Simple. Because WikiCouch is open to anyone and everyone. It is in keeping with the philosophy of inclusion and openness. We believe in decentralized control, in self-moderation, and that everyone who has something valuable to contribute may do so with ease.

What are the Guidelines

  • We want to keep WikiCouch spam free, friendly and open for anyone to edit.
  • Instead of creating rules, try to set examples and show people how to follow them.
  • Anyone who shows good contributions here or at related wikis can become a sysop.

How we want to keep WikiCouch

  • Free of advertising
  • Free of spam
  • Convivial and friendly
  • Chock full of useful, fun info