Web Minister - Kingdom of Atlantia, SCA Inc

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The Web Minister is responsible for maintaining and monitoring the Kingdom's electronic resources and services, including (but not limited to):

  • The Kingdom domains and subdomains, web sites, and servers, and email systems and aliases
  • Warranting Web Ministers for the branches of the Kingdom
  • Monitoring all web sites associated with the Kingdom to ensure compliance with both Kingdom and SCA policy
  • Lending technical assistance to the web ministers of the recognized branches and groups who reside within the Kingdom of Atlantia.
Should you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact the web team at webteam@atlantia.sca.org.

If you have encountered an error or omission with the website please notify us here.
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Lord Melchior zum grauen Wolf (Kevin Baun)
Kingdom Web Minister, Atlantia

Deputies to the office of the Kingdom Web Minster

Emergency Deputy (Master Christopher Cunning)

The 'emergency deputy' works closely with the KWM so that, as the name implies, they are ready to fully assume the duties of the KWM, in the event of an emergency.

Special Projects (Sir Jonathas)

Technology moves quickly and so do the needs of our users. The special projects deputy leads initiatives to advance the technical capabilities of the services offered by the Kingdom.

Quality Assurance (Excellency Glynis Gwynedd)

The QA deputy assists with managing the troubleticket system and ferreting out common: errors, omissions, or other maladies that impact the overall functionality or usability of the Atlantian web presence.

Wiki Manager (Don Deigo de Oveido)

Serves as liason for all things related to wiki.atlantia.sca.org. Technical questions should be submitted through the trouble ticket system.

Policy Compliance (Lady Rhiannon Morgaine)

Monitors officially recognized sites of the Kingdom for content accuracy and compliance. Provides regular reports to the KWM of those evaluations so that we may provide assistance where needed.


Society Handbook

Reporting & Reviews

Annual reports are due to the Society Webminister by February 15th.
Quarterly reports are due by: March 1st, June 1st, September 1st, and December 1st
A public virtual conference is held the weekend before each reporting deadline to address any questions or concerns.

Quarterly reports touch on: issues being addressed, new sites, new policies, and any other pertinent data deemed appropriate.

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