The following is a possibly-out-of-date image of a tkb-wiki page. Your best bet is to visit that page.
Before we get to the clone:
For help with finding people lost in the October 2005 earthquake in south Asia, Kashmir, India, Pakistan, Afghanistan (Forgive the search engine seeding??!), go the the ICRC's useful site. (Red Cross/ Crescent)
A discussion of what should go into an internet answer to the problem of reconnecting people after disasters.
If you have some expertise in any relevant field, your contributions to this discussion would be very welcome. All you have to do is register as a user with Schtuff to be able to append comments to the discussion. Be advised: Your comments may subsequently be edited.
Table of contents:
The question: What problems are we trying to solve?
Telephone based solutions
Some answers are already in place!
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The above is a possibly-out-of-date clone of a page from a tkb-wiki. Click on any link that takes you through to a page of sheepdogsoftware.schtuff.com, and then you will be amoung the up to date stuff, and there will probably be a link to the up to date version of the page whose clone caught your interest. The tkb-wiki pages do not have this footer, and they are presented within a page with "other stuff" in the margins.
Any references to you adding things to the page are invalid for this page, but if you visit the tkb-wiki of which it is a clone, you should be able to comment or edit as stated in the page.