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List of TWiki users. Please take the time to add yourself to the list in alphabetical order. Make sure to use the correct WikiNotation for your name. Add also your Intranet login name and date.

Note: TWiki uses this topic to translate the Intranet login name (e.g. bclinton) to the TWiki user name (e.g. BillClinton ). TWiki depends on this, for example to automatically add the signature to a new topic. Please make sure to use this format:
3 spaces * Main.yourWikiName - yourIntranetLoginName - today's date in ISO format

Note: Above note only applies to a TWiki installed on an Intranet with a user logon. If you install TWiki on a server without authentication, all users are automatically assigned as TWikiGuest - guest . In this case TWiki does not distinguish between users.

After you have added your name you can click on the question mark behind your name. This will open a new topic where you can enter your personal home page.

Example:

  * Name:  your_name
  * Phone: your_phone_number_and_extension
  * Fax:	your_fax_number
  * Email:

Related topic: TWikiUsers has a list of other TWiki users.
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