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Currently the site is run by a small team; by extending that team this site can last forever!
Other researchers or writers who would like to add and manage their own content or articles directly, please contact me via the Contact option to discuss. Translation or editing services will also be appreciated.
Especially cool will be a Gaelic speaker to translate the site navigation, not articles... although that could be cool too!
Any number of tasks can be shared and anyone without technophobia could become a manager working behind the scenes to build and extend the site. Another administrator(s) would also be welcomed but will need to be willing to take the time to understand how the software works. There are many parts of the site that can be worked on independently, for example:
Or perhaps you have other ideas? We are open, please post suggestions in the Forum for public discussion!
As some of these roles also give various levels of control over the site, we will need to be assured of your integrity through references or recommendations. As a part of our informal unstructured team you should also be happy to have your name in the public domain.
The scope of this site is GLASS and some SCOTTISH relationship.
This means that someone who was born, trained or worked with glass in Scotland can be included. This helps to show how Scottish influence has spread and how external influences have been integrated. Glassworkers have allways come from afar and travelled afar. We cover collectible glass, glass art, historical, archeological, industrial, crafts, window glass, education, etc. without limitation.
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