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User talk:Oscarlevin

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: There are other things you can do, if you like. If you know of another puzzle, please add it. You can also improve current puzzles by giving variations, more references, links to similar puzzles, or notes on the mathematical content. In addition to being a collection of puzzles, I hope this wiki becomes a resource for math teachers. So any comments about how a particular puzzle relates to a mathematical concept are welcome. Finally, if you have any further ideas on how to improve the wiki, I'd be happy to hear them. Feedback is always good. [[User:Oscarlevin|Oscarlevin]] 10:18, 12 October 2010 (EDT)
::I think it would be a good idea to add a page specifically on this topic: a list of ways in which people can contribute. That would also be a good place to summarise the most important templates.
::Another thing that seems strange is the requirement to log in before viewing a solution. I would question the sense of that, because the audience of people interested in contributing to the wiki is distinct from the audience of people interested in using it as a resource, and members of the latter probably won't bother to create accounts (especially when most puzzles are searchable). But perhaps I misunderstand how you envision the site being used. [[User:Zerrakhi|Zerrakhi]] 06:12, 13 October 2010 (EDT)

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