[python] Re: IHPVA wiki

  • From: Henry Thomas <whpthomas@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: python@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2007 17:27:55 +1000

dirk@xxxxxxxxxx wrote:
Would people with private webspace like dirk, henry, etc, contribute to a wiki?
I would be happy to host a wiki as long as the bandwidth isn't too high and the admin overhead is minimal. I guess if we keep it focused on center pivot recumbents and choose some easy to setup and use wiki software this would be ok. I can run Python :) based services with my hosting account. Does anyone have any experience with setting up a wiki?

From what I have read, you really need to delegate responsibility to core group of individuals so the minimal info for the initial wiki gets written. Would someone be willing to coordinate this? What do you suppose the minimal set of information about Pythons low racer is? ... and can we have a show of hands for volunteers who would be interested in contributing an article, including any topics they would feel confident writing about. From what I understand, once a wiki has the critical mass of support it needs, it should then take on a life of its own.


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