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Thriving wiki communities are built by people like you, one line at a time.  Over time, the community will evolve and develop areas of interest and expertise, as well as particular social norms.  The purpose of a Community Portal is to give users like you a place to jump off in any number of directions, with the knowledge you can always come back to the portal and start off on a new journey.
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This community portal looks sort of sparse -- I guess I will start it.  I am interested in discussing what to do with personal collections of documents and <span class="plainlinks">[http://www.netlook.com.br/ <span style="color:black;font-weight:normal; text-decoration:none!important; background:none!important; text-decoration:none;">vestidos da moda</span>] photos in the long term.  I have just about decided to donate mine to the Missouri Historical Society or the MO history museum, but I have have <span class="plainlinks">[http://www.bestpills4weightloss.com/<span style="color:black;font-weight:normal; text-decoration:none!important;background:none!important; text-decoration:none;">best weight loss pills</span>]  tons of scans.  As I am writing, I am wondering about the [http://www.archive.org/index.php Internet Archive].  I am quite concerned that my material remain freely available.   [[User:Susanchambless|Susanchambless]] 18:18, 20 February 2011 (UTC)
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: This is an important question, Susan. I'm a little put-off by the anonymity of the Internet Archive, so I think I'll donate most of my stuff to the Pennsylvania Archives, since most of my forbears hailed from there. I'm planning to include the material I have that's from outside of PA, though, because as I discussed with them, it makes sense to keep the family collection together. I can't imagine there's a single "right" way to do this - but that makes sense to me.&nbsp;[[User:Martamima|Martamima]] 16 December 2011
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This community portal looks sort of sparse -- I guess I will start it.&nbsp; I am interested in discussing what to do with personal collections of documents and <span class="plainlinks">[http://www.netlook.com.br/ <span style="background: none transparent scroll repeat 0% 0%; color: black; font-weight: normal; text-decoration: none">vestidos da moda</span>] photos in the long term.&nbsp; I have just about decided to donate mine to the Missouri Historical Society or the MO history museum, but I have have<span class="plainlinks">[http://www.bestpills4weightloss.com/  tons of scans.&nbsp; As I am writing, I am wondering about the&nbsp;Internet Archive].&nbsp; I am quite concerned that my material remain freely available.&nbsp; [[User:Susanchambless|Susanchambless]] 18:18, 20 February 2011 (UTC) </span></span>
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:This is an important question, Susan. I'm a little put-off by the anonymity of the Internet Archive, so I think I'll donate most of my stuff to the Pennsylvania Archives, since most of my forbears hailed from there. I'm planning to include the material I have that's from outside of PA, though, because as I discussed with them, it makes sense to keep the family collection together. I can't imagine there's a single "right" way to do this - but that makes sense to me.&nbsp;[[User:Martamima|Martamima]] 16 December 2011

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Thriving wiki communities are built by people like you, one line at a time.  Over time, the community will evolve and develop areas of interest and expertise, as well as particular social norms.  The purpose of a Community Portal is to give users like you a place to jump off in any number of directions, with the knowledge you can always come back to the portal and start off on a new journey.

Destiny of personal collections

This community portal looks sort of sparse -- I guess I will start it.  I am interested in discussing what to do with personal collections of documents and vestidos da moda photos in the long term.  I have just about decided to donate mine to the Missouri Historical Society or the MO history museum, but I have havetons of scans.  As I am writing, I am wondering about the Internet Archive.  I am quite concerned that my material remain freely available.  Susanchambless 18:18, 20 February 2011 (UTC)

This is an important question, Susan. I'm a little put-off by the anonymity of the Internet Archive, so I think I'll donate most of my stuff to the Pennsylvania Archives, since most of my forbears hailed from there. I'm planning to include the material I have that's from outside of PA, though, because as I discussed with them, it makes sense to keep the family collection together. I can't imagine there's a single "right" way to do this - but that makes sense to me. Martamima 16 December 2011
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