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Re: VMs: Re: Voynich Wikis



Thank you for pointing to wonderful wiki textbook site.

Best Regards
Ed Romana


At 03:47 AM 1/15/2004, you wrote:
>Hi Ted,
>At 23:03 14/01/2004 -0500, Ted Young wrote:
>>If the list is seriously interested in using a wiki as a collaboration
>>mechanism, then I would like to propose we start moving forward.
>IMO, there are only two important kinds of Wiki:-
>(1) Wikis which have no edit history at all (like 99% of hand-rolled Wikis)
>(2) Wikis which retain a full edit history (like all the Wikipedia family)
>Basically, my recommended solution would be to colonise a corner of Wikipedia (or WikiSource, or WikiBooks, or even the emerging WikiVersity - in fact, any one of the MediaWiki group). But probably the closest to what Pam & Rene were describing would be to start a "virtual textbook" on the Voynich on WikiBooks:
>        http://wikibooks.org/wiki/Main_Page:English
>In fact, because this is really easy to go and do, I've just gone and done it:-  :-)
>        http://wikibooks.org/wiki/The_Voynich_Manuscript
>I've given the new page the bare minimum of structure - but what do you think?
>Cheers, .....Nick Pelling.....
>PS: you can upload (or refer to external) pictures with this, all edits are retained, you can edit part of a page (rather than the whole page), username and password for users help identify edits, you can view edit logs, etc. The MediaWiki family really rocks! :-)
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