I propose that the Nebula Wiki found at http://www.nebulawiki.dreamhosters.com/index.php be resurrected or a new one should be created. There is so much to know, so many little details, tricks, things that should be documented that aren't or require serious time and luck to search through the boards, etc,... and a wiki is really the perfect way to organize it.
Does anyone know who is in control of the above page? G, would you be willing to host an official wiki at the acustica-audio.com domain with a link available in the header? If server space is an issue, I could probably host it on my server, though I need to confirm that I have the RAM available for the wiki software. EDIT: I just checked and I should be OK. I can upgrade if need be.
I am more than a little surprised that nobody had anything to say about this. With all the reoccurring questions and holes in the documentation, this seems like a great way to pool our collective knowledge and experience.
sneaky wrote:I understood this forum provided that function
It does, to a certain extent. The same questions come up again and again, though, and if you aren't scouring the board constantly you are likely to miss things that would really help you. For instance, we could have a page dedicated to MAST that could give an overview of each specific field. Update history, different libraries and what they do plus suggested uses, differences between different versions of Nebula (2 VS 3 Free VS 3 Pro VS Server) and so on...
I lease a Linux server that I use to host all of my sites. Installing MediaWiki seems to be a breeze. Giancarlo gave me the OK to do it but I'd rather not waste my time or server resources if it isn't going to get used. So... what's the verdict, folks? Do you realistically see yourself contributing to and using this resource?