> There is a wiki. Devin showed it to me. I can't remember clearly if this was
> meant to expand to include all GA/OWS activities or not, but it definitely
> included the development efforts led by the FLO WG.
> It doesn't make sense to me that this would be somehow separate from an IWG
> That said, and I'm writing with love, there are issues around making it
> clear, in writing, at a clear address, what is happening, who is doing it,
> and what the contact points are for newcomers to join in.
> The priority has been rushing forward with development, which makes perfect
> sense. There is room for configuring other priorities, like accessibility
> for newcomers, transparency/documentation for other WG's at other occupy
> sites, and identifying individuals as 'accountable' for particular pieces in
> a public, easy to find location.
> -----Original Message-----
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> Sent: Thursday, October 20, 2011 11:21 AM
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> Subject: [NYCGA Internet] Re: A Wiki for ALL working groups? Forthcoming?
> afaik, IWG is not working on a wiki right now
> On Oct 20, 6:20 am, felipe ribeiro <felip...@gmail.com
> > Hey All
> > I'm wondering what the plans are for building a wiki for all of the
> > working groups to list resources, assets, projects, etc. I know there
> > are tons of disparate wikis, and that's kind of the point. What are
> > the plans for building this functionality into the main site? Would it
> > be a massively duplicate effort to get one underway, even if it means
> > copying/migrating content later into whatever "official" wiki ends up
> > being built? If anyone else is working on this, I'd like to work with
> > you. Otherwise, let's get this going! (I'm aware FLO has something in
> > the pipe, wondering if there are other instances/intentions besides that).
> > thanks!
> > felipe