Crabgrass is a web based resource that groups can use to help organise themselves and have discussions.
TVCA has a Crabgrass group that we use to share information, work collaboratively, have online discussions, and several other things. Crabgrass is not a substitute for meeting up and talking face to face or using the email list - it's in addition to these.
This page will talk you through the basics of getting onto Crabgrass and join the TVCA group. If you're already familiar with Crabgrass and have an account you might want to go straight to the TVCA group.
Before you dive head first into Crabgrass (which we hope you will do), it's worth noting a couple of things about your online security and privacy.
You will need to have a user account before you can access Crabgrass. If you don't already have an account, you can get one here (you might want to open this link in a new tab so you can refer back to this page.).
Your login name has to be unique. Don't worry if you end up being chris2314 - you can change your display name in the next step. You will have to remeber your login name. You won't be able to login without it! Unlike passwords, your login name doesn't have to be secure, so don't worry about writing it down somewhere.
Once you've got an account, you'll be taken straight to your profile page. It's a good idea to have a look at you account settings before you go further. Click on the account link in the top right hand corner. From here you can …
You can use the find groups link to find the TVCA group, but it's probably easiest to copy the group location straight into your browser. The group's location is https://we.riseup.net/oxford-cca.
You should now be on the TVCA home page. To join the group, just click the Join Group link at the bottom of the group description. You should now see the TVCA page as a member - something like this (see why we recommended having an image - who are all those grey smiley faces?) …
There are a few ways of finding information on Crabgrass:
This is a very basic introduction. It doesn't, for example, tell you how to edit pages or add to discussions. We're hoping to make some videos of how to use Crabgrass soon. Watch this space. In the meantime, we encourage you to have a go - you won't break anything, and if you make mistakes you can always re-edit pages or revert to previous versions of the page. If you get really stuck, get in touch with us.
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