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  1. I have created a blog for a volunteer community. I want everyone/anyone to be able to post on it, not just comment. Can I do this?
    Or does the 'administrator' have to copy and paste comments into posts, like I've already done... http://www.v4dev.wordpress.com
    I guess I could set up a comments page where people can add comments on anything and if there's a bunch of related ones I could manually copy and paste them onto a page - kind of transforming the intial starter comment into a post. This is a lot of manual work for the administrator tho.

    Any ideas for help..

    Thanks

  2. You can add your community members as users to your blog. Maybe you want to look for a free wiki service if the blog doesn't fit your needs.

  3. If I add them as users does this mean they all have the right to change the settings of the blog, like an administrator would?

    What is a free wiki service?

    Thanks

  4. unvblogster, you can set the users to have different roles.
    http://faq.wordpress.com/2006/05/12/what-are-the-different-roles/

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