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Re: Our own looping wiki?

I'm really minor-league as a looper, but I'd help. I am a good editor  
and writer (Ph-by-god-D). I'd make a good utility player.

On Nov 20, 2005, at 12:36 PM, Doug Cox wrote:

> LD members,
> I've been considering the prospect of hosting a wiki that would  
> focus on looping.  The purpose would be to build an extensive,  
> interrelated resource (ie, a wiki!) regarding all aspects of  
> looping.  Techniques, concepts, history, trends, gear, artists,  
> etc, etc, etc, and on and on.  Although the concept of "looping" is  
> becoming more and more popular, I continually encounter people who  
> are confused by it on even the most basic levels.  A resource like  
> this could help them, at a minimum.  With all of the broad  
> experience and expertise that this list possesses, I suspect each  
> of us could begin an ongoing journey of learning and discovery.  In  
> the process, we might just build something approaching and  
> authoritative web resource on looping.
> I recognize that there is some information at wikipedia, but as  
> I've browsed it I've also recognized that there is *so* much more  
> information that still remains scattered across the web, in mailing  
> list archives, emails, and even our own brains.  Of course, we  
> could all commit to contributing to wikipedia... but I'm not sure  
> that's the easiest or best way to get the job done.  Thus, I'm  
> writing this post to the list....
> Any interest?  Any concerns?
> If you're not familiar with the wiki concept, try this link:   
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wiki   The basic idea is a  
> collaborative web resource, with easy ways to related information  
> through internal links.  Wasn't that what they said the web was  
> going to be, anyway? :)
> I welcome discussion on or off list.  Once I measure the reaction  
> and potential of the idea, I'll summarize what I know back to the  
> list.
> Thanks!
> Doug