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From: Richard Jones <rich@a...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Suggestion for an OCaml Wiki
On Sun, May 23, 2004 at 04:41:47PM -0300, Andrei de A. Formiga wrote:
> 
>     Back when people were discussing a community site for OCaml, someone
> suggested creating a Wiki for OCaml. I need to second that suggestion: wikis
> are good for capturing the collective knowledge of the community in a form
> more permanent (and easier to search) than a mailing list, but less rigid
> than a static site. I contribute to wikis for other languages and I think
> it's a great medium for documentation and discussion. If I had a server I
> would gladly donate some space to hosting but alas, I don't have it. I'm
> mentioning it again because maybe other people would like to see a wiki as
> well, and we could coordinate to find hosting and see who could take on the
> admin roles.

Myself and Christophe are going to be setting up a Wiki real soon ...
unfortunately pressure of work has slowed down this, and the other
thing - setting up a GForge repository.

Rich.

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