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Welcome to openCaselist 2015-2016
This wiki provides a space for collaborative intel for the NDT/CEDA/ADA debate community.
To log in, you'll use youraccount.
The "Auto-Detect" functions will try and look up teams and rounds from tabroom - if they're not working right on your page and you want them to be, email ashtarcommunications (at) gmail.com
From any team's page, you can save a cite entry to your "MyCites" list, which you can view with the link at left.
Not listed here and want to be? Email ashtarcommunications (at) gmail.com
How to use this Wiki
HELPFUL NOTE: You can create cites in Wiki syntax using. Verbatim 5 also allows directly uploading to the Wiki. Earlier versions won't work.
Every school has a "space" in the Wiki - if you don't see your institution on the left, drop me an email at:
ashtarcommunications (at) gmail.com
On your school's home page, you can create new teams by clicking the "Add Team" button and filing out the debaters names. Links to their respective Aff and Neg pages will be automatically created for you.
You are strongly encouraged to use wiki-syntax for your cite entries, such as that produced automatically in Verbatim. If you are pasting non-wiki data directly from Word, it will be unformatted text.
Basic guidelines for "heading" levels:
Heading 1 - Don't use, it's reserved for titles
Heading 2 - "Hat" or "Section"
Heading 3 - Block Titles/Argument Titles
Heading 4 - Tags
You can use many different types of wiki syntax to mark up your text. Most importantly, you can create headers in the wiki syntax editor by using multiple = signs.
=This would create Heading 1=
==This would create Heading 2==
===This would create Heading 3===
====This would create Heading 4====
You can also read an in-depth guide on using XWiki Syntax 2.1 here: