Re: now has wiki, forums has wiki, forums now.

"James W Anderson" <jander7@xxxxxxxxxxx>

...I'm not so certain that's a good thing....

D. Stussy <spam@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

Nice thing about a wiki, is that it's a real-time manifestation of
the peer review process. Bad entries are improved, good entries
are improved, and vandalism is evident and easily corrected.

Dave Hinz

Uhhh, but whether one used a wiki or a guest book or something else
instead, the question of the necessity of the duplicative content

Cheryl Singhals <singhals@xxxxxxxxx>

Please explain why you think Wiki's duplicate content is any
different from the countless duplications that already exist.