Some time ago I installed a Wiki on my PHP server and gave it the imaginative title CodeStore Wiki. Since then I've been adding bits of content here and there. It's a handy place to put the over-spill from this site. Things that don't seem to fit anywhere else.
Partly I've been doing this to get some experience with Wikis (which I still know very little about). Primarily I've been building it up with the intention of releasing it in to the wild. What I can't decide is a) whether it's of any use b) if I can be doing with the additional stress of running a Wiki.
Will it be useful? Not if I'm the only one adding content, as I can easily do that here, without the need for a Wiki. The power of the wiki is in letting lots of people build the content together. If you guys chip in then it could be really cool.
What are the dangers? Well, Wikis are one of the many targets of the spammer. Bots can edit them as easily as you guys can. It seems to have managed ok so far though. Hence I'm making it "public" today.
Although I'm undecided on its future, which depends mainly on how you guys take to it, please consider it a live system. Try and refrain from editing pages and adding sdfd fdsfdsf sd or the like. If you can't think of anything useful to say, say nothing. Please don't make a mess and respect other people's entries.
What will/should the content be? Who knows! Anything Domino-based I suppose. The growth of this and other wikis is entirely organic in nature and probably impossible to control. Let's see how it goes. If it goes well I will look for a way to link it in to codestore proper.