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This is the collaborative Oxford Guide. Its aim is to be a complete guide to Oxford: pubs, clubs, restaurants, museums, outdoor entertainment, and more.
We now have a general discussion list for Oxford Guide. To subscribe, mail firstname.lastname@example.org with the phrase "subscribe oxfordguide-d". You are encouraged to subscribe if you use the guide whether as reader or producer of content.
Here are some starting points:
- Coffee Shops
- Kebab Vans
- The University
- Locale: Central
- Locale: North Central
- Locale: South Central
- Locale: East Central
- Locale: Cowley Road
- Locale: Jericho
- Locale: Summertown
- Locale: West Oxford
If you would like to help in the creation of this guide, then go right ahead! You may find this link on a sister site to be useful http://berlinopenguide.zepan.net/cgi-bin/wiki.cgi?Text_Formatting_Examples useful.
In short, you can edit a page by clicking the "Edit this page" link. Links are created by putting the text between double square brackets like this: [[Oxford University]] which yields Oxford University or with alternative text following a vertical bar like this: [[Oxford University|The University]], which gives The University.
Please set your name first, follow existing conventions for node naming, categories and locales, and leave a comment with a summary of changes (or "New entry" if it is a new entry). If you have an artistic flair, how about contributing a pretty stylesheet? Email us if you have come up with one. If you have any suggestons to make, you might want to leave Comments.
Here are some other good guides to Oxford:
- Kake's Vegan Guide To Oxford
- The Oxford Handbook
- Mart's Pub Guide of Oxford
- Look for other 'nearby' sites using geourl
- upcoming.org, a collaborative events guide
The Oxford Guide is hosted by Oxford University Computer Society, and is part of the OpenGuides network of community-edited city guides. The software is currently very much under development, so if something appears broken here, wait for half an hour and try again before reporting it as a bug.
To contact the admins of the guide, e-mail email@example.com.
- None at this time.
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