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 Posted: Wed Sep 11th, 2019 03:25 pm
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Ed Frank



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Dan Wyatt wrote: I will preface my remarks by saying that I believe that the AFCA is a great organization with a lot of great people, activities, forums, reference material both written & in picture form, and the list goes on and on.

 I meant to state this yesterday and completely forgot. Jamie and I have been talking for quite sometime about reorganization of the website. With those talks, the discussion of a "Wikipedia" style page has come up. It would not be Wikipedia, but a private fan-wiki if you will. It would be on the website as a page you clicked on, you would look up the info you needed and there it would be. And just like Wikipedia, you can add your own information, but everyone would be able to see what you added and who added it. Only Members would be able to add things, but guests would be able to view it. This way if you go into the gallery and click on a GE Coin-Op it will take you to the wiki-page for that fan (if there is something written on the GE Coin Op) as one example of many. I hope that quells some of this discussion.

Again, please don't assume this is happening today, tomorrow or maybe even in the next year, but it's in the works. I hope you all are as excited as I am. A Fan-Wiki alone would do wonders for the site, and that's not the only thing we have planned. Again, once Jamie does take over, please be nice he's a great guy, extremely knowledgeable and the best part is he's a fan collector!