I run a discourse site for another community and we make a lot of use of Discourse wikis to better organize our site. A Discourse wiki is simply a post that anyone can edit it. An entire category can be dedicated to a wiki or there can be one post in each category. @PaulWalters suggested Using Tags for your Forum Topics. I think this could also add more structure, but you need moderator status to add them to some else’s post.
Of course, the problem with a wiki is that it needs to be manually updated for it to be effective. However, this strikes me as a helpful community.
The basic idea is a few of us can start compiling helpful posts. Here are three potential wiki topics:
1. Demo Files
- Export to DEVONthink using AppleScript
- An Applescript that creates an Omnifocus project from a Tinderbox Note and reciprocally links them
3. Tinderbox User Stories
Here is how you would turn a category into a wiki: