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[[Wiki.trustroots.org]] is an independent wiki with information for people who are actively exchanging hospitality.
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'''Couchwiki''' is a community project to create a global guide to hospitality exchange.
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'''Trustroots Wiki''' is a community project to create a global guide to hospitality exchange.
  
 
* Instead of creating strict rules, try to set examples and show people how to follow them.
 
* Instead of creating strict rules, try to set examples and show people how to follow them.
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* [[Hospitality exchange]] is more than [[CouchSurfing]]! We don't focus on one specific network. It's good to mention specifics of different networks but try to avoid focusing on one network, unless of course it is an article about a specific network (e.g. [[history of BeWelcome]]).
 
* [[Hospitality exchange]] is more than [[CouchSurfing]]! We don't focus on one specific network. It's good to mention specifics of different networks but try to avoid focusing on one network, unless of course it is an article about a specific network (e.g. [[history of BeWelcome]]).
  
* We want to keep Wikicouch ''spam free'', ''friendly'' and open for ''anyone'' to edit.
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* We want to keep Trustroots wiki ''spam free'', ''friendly'' and open for ''anyone'' to edit.
  
 
* Anyone who shows good contributions here or at [[project:related wikis|related wikis]] can become administrator.
 
* Anyone who shows good contributions here or at [[project:related wikis|related wikis]] can become administrator.

Latest revision as of 00:13, 10 December 2018

Trustroots Wiki

Trustroots - TODO - How we want to keep this wiki - Community portal - Help


Trustroots Wiki is a community project to create a global guide to hospitality exchange.

  • Instead of creating strict rules, try to set examples and show people how to follow them.
  • Hospitality exchange is more than CouchSurfing! We don't focus on one specific network. It's good to mention specifics of different networks but try to avoid focusing on one network, unless of course it is an article about a specific network (e.g. history of BeWelcome).
  • We want to keep Trustroots wiki spam free, friendly and open for anyone to edit.
  • Anyone who shows good contributions here or at related wikis can become administrator.
  • Free of advertising
  • Free of spam
  • Content freely available under a Creative Commons license
  • Convivial and friendly
  • Chock full of useful, fun info
  • Not ruled by one person, not ruled by a for profit corporation
  • feel free to add good more ideas