User talk:Aaron Glieberman
- Reshma 09:59, 10 February 2008 (CST): Hey Aaron, so we're actually rolling out some new functionality on OWW to enable lab notebooks. If you click on my preferences in the top right hand corner of the window and click the option to enable your lab notebook ... you can actually try out the new lab notebook. It is only just beginning beta-testing now and we hope to have some help documentation available soon. Alternatively, if you want to just rename the page you already have, perhaps iGEM:Brown/2008/Notebook/Aaron Glieberman or User:Aaron Glierberman/Notebook? (I would recommend renaming it because like I said, right now the name is a bit ambiguous.
- Reshma 17:09, 8 February 2008 (CST): Hi there, I think the Brown team's iGEM pages are located at iGEM:Brown/2008 so you may want to rename IGEM 2008 laboratory notebook page to iGEM:Brown/2008/Notebook. That way it is easier for folks to know that this page belongs to the 2008 Brown iGEM team. (We have several iGEM teams from several universities across several years.) Also, that way you can see all the changes to the Brown iGEM team's pages at Special:Recentchanges/IGEM:Brown/2008. See Help:Renaming pages for help on how to rename an existing page.
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