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This is the collaborative Oxford Guide, part of the OpenGuides network of community-edited city guides. Its aim is to be a complete guide to Oxford: pubs, clubs, restaurants, museums, outdoor entertainment, and more.
Important news: Licensing
Please see Licensing Policy which has been implemented describing the terms of the licence under which this guide is available. This is important if you have contributed to the guide before, or if you want to republish material from the guide. Recently the licence was changed to v2.5 of the CC licence, which formalised attribution to collections (ie the wiki).
If you would like to help in the creation of this guide, then go right ahead! See How to get started for more information.
We now have a general discussion list for Oxford Guide. To subscribe, mail email@example.com 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:
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Here are some other good guides to Oxford:
- Kake's Vegan Guide To Oxford
- The Oxford Handbook
- upcoming.org, a collaborative events guide
- Daily Information, lists many restaurants with menus among other things
- The Carfax catalogue - this excellent Oxfordshire pub guide is in many senses the father of the Oxford Guide.
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