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Winchester News seeks volunteer technical help

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Winchester News is run with great energy and a small team but we’re hoping someone in our community would be willing to be a technical backup. Areas include the publication platform (ghost.io) technical configuration, adding new accounts for authors, domain registration, email and file server configuration and support. Cloudflare is now our security front end. Analytics on the website and our weekly Newsletter help us better understand our audience.

While setup was initially grueling, Winchester News has become stable and in theory, the technical assistance needed is now minimal. Additional pairs of eyes and hands would always be welcome.  Anyone who’s interested in helping should send an email to editor@winchesternews.org

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