[Blindmath] Wiki

Jared Wright wright.jaredm at gmail.com
Mon Feb 2 20:11:49 UTC 2009

It's a great idea. My experience is that getting that core dedicated 
group of users that make a wiki an attractive and worthwhile place for 
people to go for answers and thus drive potential contributors to the 
wiki is a deceptively tough stage, but it would be a useful resource. 
Just gotta get those first hundred articles up to drive traffic to it...


Alastair Irving wrote:
> Hi All
> I know its been mentioned in the past, but I think we should give
> serious thought to having a blindmath wiki.  Several topics recur quite
> frequently on the list, and although people could find the answers in
> the archives, it would be a lot simpler if the rellevent information was
> presented in a logical way in a wiki.
> There probably wouldn't be much need to write articles as a lot of
> content could just be extracted from the archives.
> What do people think?
> Alastair Irving
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