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== General Wiki Resources ==
 
== General Wiki Resources ==

Revision as of 18:09, 1 February 2010

Welcome to the IAGSDC History Wiki!

This is a work in progress. At present, we're still figuring out the exact structure and content to publish.


Click through to IAGSDC History Wiki Status to see what's changed recently.


Please go to the Discussion page to view/add/change/answer configuration questions and items.


Questions? Email Allan Hurst

Awards (Section Editor=Andy Shore)

This section has been delegated, and the contents moved to the Awards page. Please contact Andy Shore with suggestions and questions regarding content.


Callers (Section Editor=Alan Hirsch)

This section has been delegated, and the contents moved to the Callers page. Please contact Alan Hirsch with suggestions and questions regarding content.


Clubs (Section Editor=Pam Clasper)

This section has been delegated, and the contents moved to the Clubs page. Please contact Pam Clasper with suggestions and questions regarding content.


Events (Section Editor=Michael Spayd)

This section has been delegated, and the contents moved to the Events page. Please contact Michael Spayd with suggestions and questions regarding content.


IAGSDC (Section Editor=Jen Dadek)

This section has been delegated, and the contents moved to the IAGSDC page. Please contact Jen Dadek with suggestions and questions regarding content.


People (STILL NEEDS SECTION EDITOR and additional content)

(People who have made significant contributions to the IAGSDC and/or member clubs.)

(*=Mentioned in Ten Years IASGDC: A Collection of Pages From Our Memory Book)
Jeff Barlow *
Ron Bass *
Sandi Baxter *
Bob Becking *
Ken Braidi *
Steve Browning (Foggy City Performance Team Choreographer)
Scott Carey *
Pam Clasper
Tammy Coddington *
Roger Coffin *
Nancy Crowell *
Grace Cummins *
Jen Dadek
Anna Damiani *
Bob Dye *
Deborah Greener *
Marilyn Hage *
Alan Hall *
Tom Halloran *
Carole Hammer *
Tom Harris *
Alan Hirsch
Dean Hoffmann *
Dean Hoftnann
Van Horrocks *
Allan Hurst
Karl Jaeckel *
Edwin Jaufmann *
Harlan Kerr *
Steven Lawrence *
Doug MacPherson *
Nick Mattera *
Ett McAtee *
John McKinstry
Dave McMaster *
Kim Nagele *
Chuck Novak *
Jim Ozanich *
Chris Phillips *
Terry Presley * (a/k/a Sybil *)
George Robbins *
Richard Rohrbaugh *
Lu Rossignol *
Jay Schmidt *
Andy Shore
Agnes Smith *
Art Smith *
Maxine Smitherman *
Keith Snowdon *
Michael Spayd
Freeman Stamper *
Stephen Studnicka *
Merry Susan Hancks *
Ben Teller *
Chris Thomas *
Mike Tinley *
Luis Torres *

See also: Golden Boot Awards

Related Organizations & Projects (STILL NEEDS SECTION EDITOR and additional content)

10 Years IAGSDC Digital Edition
The 10/25 Project
All Join Hands (Get this info from Gordon Macaw.)
Bradley Bell (Will need an extended statement from Freeman Stamper.)
Dick & Arlene Cook (Who knows the Cooks well enough to interview them?)
GCA (Early history can probably be gotten from Andy Shore, Nick Martellacci, and Seth Levine.)
The Fials (Who knows the Fials well enough to interview them?)
Dick & Vicky Henschel/Hilton Audio (Someone in the Bay Area needs to interview them, probably Allan.)
Honky Tonk Queen (Harlan Kerr says he has a fair amount of this history.) (And yes, we really DO have to include this section.)
IAGSDC Archival Project (Allan needs to fill this in; it hasn't started yet.)
Memorial Quilt (Who handles/stores/maintains the Quilt?)
Petersen Fund & Rainbow Trust (Keith Gehrig should have info on this.)


Sample Questions for 10/25 Participants (Section Editor=Allan Hurst.)

This section has been delegated, and the contents moved to the Sample_Questions_for_10/25_Participants page. Please contact Allan Hurst with suggestions and questions regarding content.

Consult the User's Guide for information on using the wiki software.


GETTING STARTED: FOR INTERVIEWERS AND INTERVIEWEES

Well, how the heck does one get started here?

I suggest you resist the same initial urge that I had to make this complicated. :)

Keep it simple and straightforward. When looking at a section, what are the questions that first come to mind? Those are probably the starting point for creating topics within a section.

As you read through the topics in a section, the questions and recollections that first come to your mind are probably the best starting points for fleshing out each topic.

Keep in mind the same basic questions that any journalist would use: WHO? WHAT? WHERE? WHEN? WHY? HOW?


You are actively encouraged to place topic entries inside ANY section. So, for example, if you happen to have an itch to list out all of the fly-ins you've ever heard of, pop into the "Events" section and add those to the list to be filled out at a later date.


If you're a Section Editor, I'm delegating responsibility for building the logical framework for your section to you. That also includes writing a brief bio about yourself to put into a People entry. (If you're too shy, contact me and I'll write something up for you.)

I need people (other than me) to start editing each of these sections so I can turn my attentions to soliciting, gathering, and editing 10/25 Project interviews.


Never edited a wiki before? Start with the "General Wiki Resources" listed below. In case you're curious, we're running MediaWiki, so I've also included some MediaWiki-specific information below.

Now let's get to work!

-- Allan Hurst, IAGSDC Junior Historian (Because Karl Jaeckel is the Senior Historian.)


Interviewing Resources: How to Gather Oral Histories


General Wiki Resources


MediaWiki-Specific Resources