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Re: VMs: My web page
On Mon, Jan 12, 2004 at 04:17:18PM -0500, xod wrote:
> Rene Zandbergen wrote:
> >--- Pam Wilson <wilsonk@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >>As many of you know, my web page consists of links
> >>to pages of the VMS plus comments by page from the
> >>interlinear file as well as Dana Scott's plant
> >>identifications. I am going to get more pages
> >>added, but am wondering if people would like me to
> >>include more information from the interlinear file
> >>such as language, hand, panel, bifolio, quire, etc.
> >> I may have to break it into at least 2 parts to
> >>keep the loading times down. Thanks.
> >I'll be happy to give you just my opinion. Others
> >may (nay, will) have different opinions.
> >I think it is extremely useful to have something like
> >a 'scrap book' of the Voynich MS in a page by page
> >fashion. That is: for every page collect all
> >relevant information, fact, hypotheses, theories
> >together. This is one of these typical tasks that
> >seems like a good idea but never gets completed.
> This is the job for a wiki.
This is just what I was about to suggest, but Xod beat me to it!
Your page is an excellent resource Pam, and it should definitely
continue! But as Xod suggests, a wiki format, perhaps with an index
of folios plus a link from each folio to a page of notes about that
folio, would be perfect. Everyone could add notes, it would be like
a community "Commonplace Book" about the VMS.
If you'd like, I have a (seldom-used) wiki at
http://www.loomcom.com/wiki, or I'd be happy to help set up another
wiki someplace else.
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