Wow, it’s so hot here I just sneezed and instigated nuclear fusion.
More newness today. I present to you: the wongaWiki.
What’s a wiki? It’s a knowledge bank. An information store. Anybody can edit it, and you don’t need an account to do so. Add whatever you like, edit other people’s work, contribute to discussions, expand categories with things only you know…Basically, share.
Put *anything* in there (within the bounds of decency, obviously). You want to write a treatise on swallow migration? Feel free. Want to mention that you saw a chipmunk once? Go ahead.
You can create an account if you want, and this has various advantages. You can customise the look and layout, have a ‘watchlist’ that alerts you whenever particular articles are updated This is by no means necessary! I tried and tried to find a way to integrate the forum and wiki accounts, but haven’t yet managed it, I’m afraid. If I ever do, I’ll be sure to transfer all the settings, so feel free to create an account now without fear it’ll disappear later. The license stipulates that nothing you write can be used for commercial purposes, and that other people can use and modify it providing they share alike.
The wiki does seem complicated on first inspection, but it’s really extremely intuitive and easy to use once you get used to it. I’m intrigued as to what’ll happen with it, so please do have a play around. I’ve put a basic user guide on the front page.