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NAME
    OpenGuides - A complete web application for managing a
    collaboratively-written guide to a city or town.

DESCRIPTION
    The OpenGuides software provides the framework for a
    collaboratively-written city guide. It is similar to a wiki but provides
    somewhat more structured data storage allowing you to annotate wiki
    pages with information such as category, location, and much more. It
    provides searching facilities including "find me everything within a
    certain distance of this place". Every page includes a link to a
    machine-readable (RDF) version of the page.

BUGS AND CAVEATS
    UTF8 data are currently not handled correctly throughout.

    Other bugs are documented at
    <https://github.com/OpenGuides/OpenGuides/issues>

SEE ALSO
    *   The Randomness Guide to London, at
        <http://london.randomness.org.uk/>, the largest OpenGuides site.

    *   The list of live OpenGuides installs at <http://openguides.org/>.

    *   Wiki::Toolkit, the Wiki toolkit which does the heavy lifting for
        OpenGuides.

FEEDBACK
    If you have a question, a bug report, or a patch, or you're interested
    in joining the development team, please contact
    openguides-dev@lists.openguides.org (moderated mailing list, will reach
    all current developers but you'll have to wait for your post to be
    approved) or file a bug report at
    <https://github.com/OpenGuides/OpenGuides/issues>

AUTHOR
    The OpenGuides Project (openguides-dev@lists.openguides.org)

COPYRIGHT
         Copyright (C) 2003-2013 The OpenGuides Project.  All Rights Reserved.

    The OpenGuides distribution is free software; you can redistribute it
    and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

CREDITS
    Programming by Dominic Hargreaves, Earle Martin, Kake Pugh, and Ivor
    Williams. Testing and bug reporting by Billy Abbott, Jody Belka, Kerry
    Bosworth, Simon Cozens, Cal Henderson, Steve Jolly, and Bob Walker
    (among others). Much of the Module::Build stuff copied from the Siesta
    project <http://siesta.unixbeard.net/>