Your humble Devil would like to ask a quick bit of advice regarding FakeCharities.org.
As regular readers will know, it has hopped around a bit—according to server, whim, CMS suitability and time—and I would like to get it settled down. However, it is currently on WordPress (a blogging tool that I am coming to loathe) and I don't think that this is the right medium for this kind of site.
It was the wife who suggested that I should actually convert FakeCharities.org into a wiki—possibly using WikiMedia (the same system that Wikipedia runs on—and run it as a more actively community project.
Could I solicit feedback on that idea—and how many would help out...?
UPDATE: thanks for the feedback. As regards the wiki idea, I would most certainly restrict the contributors. I take the point about not letting it be too "MediaWiki" in its styling: although this is something of a secondary concern, I shall take it into consideration.
The main factor in trying to find the right medium is simply time; neither I nor my original partner in this endeavour has an awful lot of it (far less than when we set the site up originally). As such, it is becoming out of date and thus less valuable as a reliable resource—FakeCharities.org requires lots of contributors to make it work.
I hope that a wiki format might encourage more people to help out.
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