[permaculture] Permaculture wikis & making a major impact
chriswaterguy at appropedia.org
Sat Jan 9 22:45:37 EST 2010
On Sun, Jan 10, 2010 at 07:42, Rich Morris <webmaster at pfaf.org> wrote:
> Good discussion on wikis. I do largely agree with Chris that
> forking is a bad idea. Wiki's work best when people come to work
> together, rather than everyone going off to do their own thing in their
> own way.
> The permaculture.info wiki has bit of boost before Christmas with a
> couple of active contributors. I've also spent a good amount of time
> clearing out spam, and its virtually spam free. If anyone spots any they
> can either remove it themself or let me (User:WikiSysop) know.
> I also agree with Chris that allowing anonymous contributions would be
> something to aim for. However problems with spammers mean this is not
> really possible at the moment.
Or put up some simple barriers to spam bots - then it's definitely possible,
in our experience. Have a read through Appropedia:Anti-spam and
and if you have trouble with it, we could find someone to give advice.
> If there were more active users then anon
> access might be possible.
> It would be really good to have some more people contributing. A good
> start might be to add a page about your project, we got a list of 49 so
> far at http://www.permaculture.info/index.php/Category:ENTITY
> If christ wants to contact me that fine.
Thanks again - will do.
> Rich Morris
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