Chris Anderson created the Wiki Science wikibook so that together we might discuss some of the forces at work in the development of wikis, and in particular seeing what makes a healthy wiki.
My major (wiki) interest at the moment is the Embodiment Wiki, so I hope that you will go there and check it out.
You can also see my website: Ironfire - although this is only the work of one human being (how old fashioned), so it is obviously not as interesting.
I work on Wiki a lot, and am interested in talking with you.
I share the vision of wiki for practically *everything,* with highly organized systems connecting them.
I'm working aggressively towards manifesting this vision. You seem similarly motivated, and I'd like to connect with you.
You can see my friends and I working on:
You might be particularly interested in plog. http://plogdev.wiki.taoriver.net/ (...though there are many other projects we do, as well.)
-- LionKimbro http://speakeasy.org/~lion/
I am also a big fan of Wikis. I'm trying to get a couple started at work, which is requiring me to learn about how they are hosted. It seems a shame not to share what I learn, but I'm actually having trouble figuring out where at wikibooks or wikipedia it would best reside. Do you have any ideas?
Thanks, Rs2 17:39, 22 Mar 2004 (UTC)
- Clearly, the answer is... on the Wiki Science wiki!