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== How to Contribute Articles and Provide Feedback ==
 
== How to Contribute Articles and Provide Feedback ==
  
Users are encouraged to comment on, exchange views and opinions on the Wiki content through use of the [http://qnet-ercoftac.cfms.org.uk/31frm46 Qnet-CFD Wiki Forums]. <!-- Until this is operational, feedback is restricted to the questionaire located under the Feedback link. In addition to this, registered users are free to comment and discuss individual Silver articles through clicking on the "Discussion Tab" located at the top of each article. For this they must register by clicking on "Create an account" at the top of any page. By doing this you automatically agree to the terms and conditions given in the [[Terms_And_Conditons|Terms and Conditions Page]].-->
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How to Contribute Articles and Provide Feedback

Users are encouraged to comment on, exchange views and opinions on the Wiki content through use of the Knowledge Base Wiki Forums.

Users will not be able to directly edit or change test-case documents, but they are highly encouraged to provide new content, either by suggesting modifications/extensions to existing content or indeed by adding new contributions. There is a comprehensive guide to submitting material in the Library information section. After studying this, please email the Knowledge Base Editor with a request containing the appropriate information as defined there.