The Aces' Home Page
Created | Updated Jan 15, 2014
Aces' Home Page | Why be an Ace? | What do the Aces do? | Aces' Code of Conduct | Volunteer to be an Ace
For details of all our volunteer schemes, check out the volunteers page.
This is the Home Page of the Assistant Community Editors, or ACEs. The ACEs meet and greet newcomers to h2g2. They are particularly kind and helpful members of the h2g2 community, so if you have a question or need directions, ask an ACE! They'll be only too happy to help.
The following Researchers have joined the ACEs. These wonderful people are completely voluntary, and they help out in their free time, so please be nice to them if you see them.
You can either leave messages of praise or thanks at the bottom of this page, or on individual ACEs' Personal Spaces, which can be found below:
How to Find Out About the ACEs
We've got quite a few pages that explain more about the ACEs - take your pick from the following, or use the links at the top of the page.
If you want to know why it's great to be an ACE, check out our page on Why be an ACE?
To find out what the ACEs contribute to h2g2, read our page on What do the ACEs do?
The ACEs are all bound by the ACEs' Code of Conduct.
If you'd like to join the wonderful and glorious ranks of the ACEs, please Volunteer to be an ACE.
Last updated on 15th October 2011.