Hello, we have experimentally launched a WME Wiki page. If you don't know what Wiki is, it's a dynamic website, where everyone can add new content and extend existing pages. Wikis use simple formatting rules for adding formatted text easily using a consistent design. The most popular example of Wiki is Wikipedia
What's the purpose of WME Wiki?
- Firstly, it should serve as a technical archive for WME development related articles. Lots of interesting things and problems have been discussed here in this forum, and the important bits should be archived somewhere.
- Secondly, Wiki provides a universal platform for publishing user-contributed content. Whether it be technical articles, tutorials, code snippets... It is also possible to create sections in various languages.
- Thirdly, I'd like to move the games/demos/developers database to Wiki, because it's easier to maintain for the mods and even the developers themselves can publish and update the information about their games.
I'm sure we can find many other uses for this Wiki and I'm curious to see if the community takes advantage of it. If you have any comments or suggestions, feel free to post them in this thread.
Oh, and the most important thing, the link: http://wiki.dead-code.org/