August 24th, 2011
Looking to share your knowledge about Portland? Look no further than the PortlandWiki
Everyday there are new awesome things happening in Portland. Things that matter to people in Portland. Things that change and form the very core of what Portland is. But how can anyone keep track of all this amazing information about our fair city?
Well, that’s why we have PortlandWiki.
PortlandWiki is a collaborative community information resource for Portland, Oregon that is powered by you. We welcome your knowledge and creative input! Our aim is to represent the Voice of Portland by providing a citizen-generated news, information resource, knowledge hub and historical archive for Portland, Oregon and surrounding region.
But PortlandWiki wants to make sure that they’re providing a resource that allows people to share content as easily as it allows them to access content. And that’s why they’re asking for a little of your feedback.
It’s pretty quick. A dozen questions and you’re done.
PortlandWiki runs on ideas and we need yours. We want to know what you think about the site so we improve and grow it collectively. The survey is anonymous and we estimate that it takes about seven minutes to complete. It is open to anyone who visits PortlandWiki and will run throughout August 2011.
So if you like Portland, you’ll want to take a few seconds to take the PortlandWiki survey. Or seven minutes. Either way.
Or if you’d simply like more information, visit PortlandWiki.