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The Web Services Wiki is hosted by IT Services to facilitate communication and collaboration around the University's centrally-provided web services[1] and to foster the practice of web standards at Stanford. It is meant to function as one of a number of University-supported counterparts to Stanford Tech Commons Drupal-driven community site. As a Stanford affiliate, you are welcome to contribute your knowledge and experiences with Internet technology at Stanford.

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  1. Stanford's centrally-provided web services are documented at http://web.stanford.edu and supported by IT Services. Individual schools, centers, and departments can and do operate their own dedicated web services. For information about such services, contact IT resources local to that organization.
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