This is the UCC's wiki. If you're looking for the main UCC website: [http://www.ucc.asn.au/ go here].
If you want to know what a wiki is, [:HelpForBeginners:look here]. [wiki:UniSFAwiki/FrontPage UniSFA] has a wiki too.
Items of Interest
- ["ODay2007"] - planning for O'Day 2007
ClubPurchases - the Club shopping list.
CleanUp - plans for future clubroom cleanups and rearrangements.
WebcamArchive - creating movies and archiving the webcam images to DVD.
NetworkStuff - the UCC network.
The UWA Pirate Handbook
(The University Computer Club denies all responsibility for the contents of the following categories. All opinions are expressed are probably those of the page editors, although the changelog should not be relied upon to provide a scapegoat.)
[:HowToWrite:How To Write For The Handbook] - a general guide on contributing.
[:CategoryUnits:UWA Units] - which ones to take, which ones (and lecturers) to avoid like the plague.
[:CategoryLecturers:UWA Lecturers] - our database of information on UWA Lecturers.
[:UWAPhones:UWA Phone Numbers] - all in one handy place.
[http://timetable.ucc.asn.au/ UWA Timetable] (with iCal support!)
You can use uwawhois on [http://ucc.asn.au/machines/martello.ucc martello] to query the uwa directory (since tartarus access has gone away).
Getting Started with Wiki
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WantedPages: referred pages still to be created
WikiSandBox: feel free to change this page and experiment with editing
FindPage: search or browse the database in various ways
SyntaxReference: quick access to wiki syntax
SiteNavigation: get an overview over this site and what it contains
EventStats/UserAgents: what browsers people use
How to use this site
A Wiki is a collaborative site, anyone can contribute and share:
Edit any page by pressing GetText(Edit) at the top or the bottom of the page
Create a link to another page with joined capitalized words (like WikiSandBox) or with ["quoted words in brackets"]
- Search for page titles or text within pages using the search box at the top of any page