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Re: [Rabbits] Straw Poll: Wiki Attendance Frequency

  • FromJoseph Pate <jpate@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • DateMon, 27 Aug 2007 14:12:14 -0700 (PDT)
I've checked it once or twice, but not often enough that I feel my 
voice should override anyone who feels more strongly about it and
is making regular contributions -- even if [were I to carefully 
read their ideas] I don't agree with what they want to do.  One
really nice feature of a Wiki is that it doesn't become a 200lb 
stack of books, for which nobody wants to finance the new edition
when they want changes.  Want changes?  Go for it!  

If somewhere down the road I take a more active interest in the 
Wiki, then my insistence on the importance of my own opinions 
could start coming out  ;-)

Thanks to all who contribute!  Even though I haven't taken enough
advantage of it, just knowing that there are one or two good places 
to track down all these great new pyramid games people are creating,
makes me look forward to the great ToMFT (Time of More Free Time)


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> OK, so I am conducting a straw poll to see how many Rabbits check our
> awesome, nascent, generously-donated Rabbit Wiki, and with what
> frequency. I figure the Rabbit list is the best (only?) channel for
> ascertaining this population and popularity.
> I am asking because a number of initial setup issues are languishing
> while we "make sure others agree." But if those "others" are
> non-existent or have no interest, then we active members may go ahead
> with confidence and start building the structural elements of the wiki
> (exs: con badges and their associated con-categories, basic Coordinator
> and Attendee listing/editing instructions, templates for schedule and
> duty pages, front page and navigation panel, help pages not already done
> by wikimedia).
> Basically, just reply with how often you check Recent Changes or your
> Watched Pages.
> (ME:) David Artman - four or five days a week, several times a day
> Thanks, folks!
> David
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