User talk:Sreidell

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On one of our calls you had both mentioned having scaled commitments and contributions, I think that is an excellent idea since that way you can involve as many people as possible. It can also engage younger members who have the technical know-how but not the conservation experience to contribute content on their own. This could also initiate informal mentoring relationships between people at all stages of their careers.

Play around with different engagement levels from Low (1) to High (7). This is the workflow that I imagined would lead from the "Why Am I Here?" and "How Do I...?" section on the landing page:

1. They send an idea for a chapter, you add it to the "Help wanted" list under "need an editor" (or whatever), someone else adds it.

2. They send you text/images on a specific topic, you add it to the "Help wanted" list under "need an editor" (or whatever), someone else adds it.

3. They send you text/images on a specific topic, they add it directly to an existing page.

4. They send you text/images on a specific topic, they start a new page.

5. They join an existing group working on an new/existing topic.

6. They lead a new group working on a new topic.

7. They get super involved in the Wiki and in the future are interested in being wiki coordinator or volunteering on a committee.