I am pleased to announce the *Galaxy Community Log Board http://wiki.galaxyproject.org/Community/Logs.* The Log Board is a place to share how you addressed a particular task in your Galaxy deployment. Log entries describe specific solutions to particular tasks, such as the details of what steps were taken to deploy Galaxy on particular platformshttp://wiki.galaxyproject.org/Community/Log/2013/URGIVirtualisation, or specific stumbling blocks when configuring Galaxyhttp://wiki.galaxyproject.org/Community/Log/2013/Example. Solutions can be described on this wikihttp://wiki.galaxyproject.org/Community/Log/2013/Example, or just some metadata and a link to the description elsewherehttp://wiki.galaxyproject.org/Community/Log/2013/UsingBioServicesWithGalaxy. Log entries are an easy way to help others (and learn from others) by sharing what you've already done. If you have figured out or documented how to do something, then this is the ideal forum for sharing that information with the community.
The Galaxy Community Log Boardhttp://wiki.galaxyproject.org/Community/Logs describes how things can be done, and it complements the (also recently announced http://wiki.galaxyproject.org/News/GalaxyDeploymentCatalog) *Galaxy Deployments Catalog http://wiki.galaxyproject.org/Community/Deployments*, which describes different Galaxy installations. Both the Log Boardhttp://wiki.galaxyproject.org/Community/Logs and the Deployments Cataloghttp://wiki.galaxyproject.org/Community/Deployments came out of discussions at the GCC2013 GalaxyAdmins Birds-of-a-Feather gathering http://wiki.galaxyproject.org/Events/GCC2013/BoF/GalaxyAdmins. Thanks to everyone who attended that BoF.