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==Opening Words==
 
'''Summer is here!''' For the Gods and Goddesses in the north hemisphere, the incomming months will often rhymes with sea and sun! The perfect moment to bring a lot of articles to life so they can also benefit from the gentle breeze of the sea and the shiny sun.
Which lead us to '''SummerWiki 2019 : "Sea, Beasties and Other Questing!"''', an event organised by players for players to encourage and celebrate creativity on the GodWiki!The principles of SummerWiki 2019 are the '''[[Rules|principles]]''' of the GodWiki in general.
'''<u>Write''' </u> new articles, '''<u>expend''' </u> already existing ones or simply '''<u>add''' </u> a picture. Every contribution is valuable and meaningful for both SummerWiki 2019 and GodWiki as a whole!'''
Writing an article during the event will grant your guild points in the '''Pantheon of Wikidness''' and by contributing to GodWiki during SummerWiki 2019 you may even '''earn charges''' with the Side Jobs!
The principles of SummerWiki 2019 are the '''[[Rules]]''' of the GodWiki in general. Thanks for your participation and have a creative '''SummerWiki 2019!'''
==Getting Started==
===<u>... and Write!</u>===
'''Creativity''' is the most more important word adjective to keep in on mind when writing your an article on the GodWiki and SummerWiki 2019 is no exception.Though, an article should be at least two paragraph long and it's appreciated to have the subject of the articleincluded in '''bold''' in the first sentence.
If you aren't familiar with the Godwiki, the '''[[Creators Manual]]''' present global tips and tools on how to write an article while you can find category-specific recommandations in the '''[[Guidelines]]'''.
You can also take example from the articles made during [[JanuWiki 2019]] to get some inspiration on what kind of formatting and ideas you can use in your own article(s).{{navbox guidelines}}
You can also take example from the articles made during the [[JanuWiki 2019]] event to get some inspiration on what kind of formatting and ideas you can use in your own article(s)....]
===<u>When finished</u>===
:Absolutely! The Godville community is rich and varied, and there are a ''lot'' of deities who aren't native speakers of English. SummerWiki is a festival of creativity, and the only things we need to have in common are Godville and enthusiasm.
:Every SummerWiki article will receive the careful attention of a volunteer editor, who will do their very best to ensure your creativity shines through, regardless of your written English skills.
 
'''Can I create an article that's not on the list?'''
:We have set up a page at [[Help:Requests]] where anyone can seek help with their GodWiki creations. There's a place where you can put up a request for help with spelling, grammar, phrasing, or simply ask for a general review of a page. There's also a place where you can put up a request for help with some technical aspect of the wiki. There are volunteer editors who will help you out, by looking at your page and making helpful changes.
:You can see what changes have been made to any page on the "History" tab. Our volunteer editors will try to leave edit summaries in the page history, and will also leave a summary of what they've done at [[Help:Requests]]. It's a good idea to keep an eye on the Talk: page associated with the article you've requested help with, in case there's something the volunteer editor wants to ask or discuss.
 
'''How can I help in the event?'''
 
:If you'd like to join our team of volunteer editors, who look over and give a polish to all completed content, keep the information on this page up-to-date, and just generally help out around the place, head over to the [[Talk:SummerWiki 2019|Talk page]] page and take a look at what happens there. It isn't essential that you understand how the wiki works, just that you have a desire to make our creators' content really shine, and want to learn what you don't know.
:You could also list yourself as a volunteer editor on the [[Help:Requests]] page, which would mean people might contact you for help with the wiki or with their article, and you might be assigned an article to proofread and give a final thumbs up to.
:Don't forget that you can also promote the event in your guild's forum and council page! You can even mention it in your godvoices!
='''List of Subjects'''=
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