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''Blog front-page: https://blogs.feministwiki.org/''
 
''Blog front-page: https://blogs.feministwiki.org/''
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If you want to publish articles on the FeministWiki blog, ask the technician by sending an e-mail to admin@feministwiki.org, or by contacting [https://twitter.com/@FeministWiki @FeministWiki] on Twitter, and your FeministWiki account will be granted the ability to publish on the blog.  If you want, you can also get a personalized blog that you have full control over, under a name like "blogs.feministwiki.org/JaneDoe".
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If you want to publish articles on the FeministWiki blog, ask the technician by sending an e-mail to admin@feministwiki.org, and your FeministWiki account will be granted the ability to publish on the blog.  If you want, you can also get a personalized blog that you have full control over, under a name like "blogs.feministwiki.org/JaneDoe".
    
The blog uses a self-hosted installation of the well-known blogging software [https://wordpress.com/features/ WordPress].  While the WordPress organization controls blogs that are hosted on their own servers, they also release the software behind their blogging system under a [https://www.fsf.org/about/what-is-free-software free software] license, so anyone can install it on their own servers.  The FeministWiki has such a local installation of that software, meaning that the WordPress organization has no control over what's published on the FeministWiki blog.  As such, you don't need to fear censorship.
 
The blog uses a self-hosted installation of the well-known blogging software [https://wordpress.com/features/ WordPress].  While the WordPress organization controls blogs that are hosted on their own servers, they also release the software behind their blogging system under a [https://www.fsf.org/about/what-is-free-software free software] license, so anyone can install it on their own servers.  The FeministWiki has such a local installation of that software, meaning that the WordPress organization has no control over what's published on the FeministWiki blog.  As such, you don't need to fear censorship.

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