FWIW, aTbRef is already to a large extent a summary of insights arising from 3 (4?) generations of TB community wikis/fora. It’s why aTbRef gets edited weekly if not daily. Indeed on first opening the thread I was already copying aTbRef links for a reply.
Whilst there is a link above to aTbRef on the content and type the note actually embraces this as well.
Not an auspicious start. I mean no disrespect to @Steve_Scott who’s motive is good. But this thread really reminds me why I hated using the old Tinderbox wiki. For all the good stuff there, 99% of posters assumed someone else would make their copy readable, link it etc. People would essentially ‘own’ a page (I don’t mean their actual biography/profile page), but rather people would page-squat and use that page to add content that ought to go elsewhere, essentially making it their private forum.
I put a lot of time and effort into keeping up this forum (and the Backstage, and aTBref, and demos, and…) but if I’m going to have to spend time every day making wiki edits into meaningful stuff, I think I may hang up my hat here as the admin load would be much higher for no real return. By all means have a wiki, but please not here—i.e. not in this forum/URL.
Also, please everyone, don’t even think of starting a wiki page here without first checking this information is not already covered elsewhere. This community is responsive and you’ll get a yes/no pretty fast. Otherwise we’ve unnecessary duplication and more confusion for learners who already think things are complicated.
Sorry if this sounds glass half empty, but please think about the behind-the-scences effort needs for usable wiki content: it’s much more than your imagine.