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== Before your first edit== This section is the only one that is considered to be '''mandatory''' reading. ===Guiding principles=== Before submitting your first edit, please, at minimum, read the following: [[PrivacyWiki:Guiding Principles]]. This page will familiarise you with the project goals and basic guidelines. Every editor is expected to be familiar with this page; saying you're unaware of it is not an argument. Any edit that does not serve to further the project goals, as described in [[PrivacyWiki:Guiding Principles]], is likely to be frowned upon. ===Target audience=== You should also keep in mind the [[PrivacyWiki:Target audience]] of this wiki. This is a wiki about internet and technology, but it is not written for technology enthusiast. This is a resource for everyone, and should be accessible to everyone.<br /> That being said, although you will write for people who are usually below your own technical skill level, do not talk down to our readers. If somebody does not know something, they're not an idiot. They came to this wiki to learn. === Namespaces === Read [[PrivacyWiki:Namespaces]] to learn about how we use our [[mw:Help:Namespaces|Help:Namespaces]]. '''Main''' namespace is for <u>actionable advice only</u>. The pages here are expected to be useful, concise, direct and immediately helpful to the reader.<br /> '''Concept''' namespace is where we explain more abstract concepts which are useful to know, but are not immediately actionable. Content here is considered optional but recommended reading.<br /> '''Alternatives''' namespace is where we recommend alternatives to commonly used privacy invasive software. Content here should be generally in a list, with a brief explanation on why this is a good alternative.<br /> '''Recommended''' is contains articles on software and services we like. Such content should not be in the mainspace, so here is where it should be.<br /> '''Guide''' namespace is for specific guides covering common scenarios.<br /> Rest of the namespaces (Meta, Project, Template) are used in the same way as Wikipedia. ---- '''This is the end of mandatory reading section.''' ----
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