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I just wanted to thank Jean Hollis Weber and whoever else created this wiki site. It's a great job, and I have linked to it from the Digital Tipping Point links page. 2005/12/20 Christian Einfeldt

Christian, I had nothing to do with setting up this wiki, though I'm flattered that you think I did. :-) When I have time, I'll be contributing to it. --Jean Hollis Weber

Suggestion for some re-organization

Just a little suggestion, do you guys think the current Wiki need a bit of cleanup and re-organization? I also contributed to the Scribus Wiki and I think the Scribus wiki-doc authors are doing a nice job of placing content in a well organized manner. -- Wily Yuen, Feb 13, 2006

Reply to myself: if this is a good idea, give me a nod. I'll try to move things around a little and hope that I won't mess things up ;) ---- Wily Yuen, Feb 13, 2006
Yes, it does. The Marketing section wants all of its pages named [[Marketing--pagename]], although they would interact better with the wiki software if they were [[Marketing/pagename]]. I've made a suggestion to switch this. Further organization should be done through the use of categories. Categories are very easy to use, just add the tag [[Category:XXXX]] to the page. I have done this for all of the marketing pages that I could find. Actually, if you view Marketing, you will see the template I created for marketing pages. The development section has a lot of miscellaneous pages. View Special:Uncategorized pages. Also, there are a number of pages that look like they are simply Wikipedia entries. I don't think they belong here. If we do have a glossary, it should be in a page like Glossary or List of terms. Contact me if you need help with creating templates, etc. --RealGrouchy 07:15, 21 February 2006 (CET)


The main page is being spammed with links to advertising sites. Should the Wiki admin do something about it? --Zero0w 16:37, 25 March 2006 (CET)

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