Michael R. Wolf MichaelRWolf at att.net
Sun Jul 6 00:51:14 CDT 2003

Michael R. Wolf <MichaelRunningWolf at att.net> writes:

> SPUG-list-owner <tim at consultix-inc.com> writes:
>> On Sat, Jun 14, 2003 at 12:42:16PM -0700, Andrew Sweger wrote:
>>> On Fri, 13 Jun 2003, SPUG-list-owner wrote:
>>> > As is always the case with Ingy's productions, the software
>>> > is way cool!
>>> And how. I've got a couple internal Kwiki's already set up (I also have
>>> Debian woody packages built if anyone is interested). It's a sweet package
>>> and the sky's the limit how where it can go from here.
>>>   http://www.kwiki.org/
>>> -- 
>>> Andrew B. Sweger 
>> Any ideas on how we could use a wiki for SPUGly purposes?
> [[Preface -- I know this is a tangent to the original post. Please
> bear with me and reply to my points, not my divergence from the
> original point.]]
> Call me old fashioned, but I have a *strong* preference for
> discussions to continue via email or news.


It's been a long time since I threw this comment into the the thread.
I just got a chance to review the continued discussion, and would like
to thank everyone for some added perspective on the place a Wiki holds
in the digital ecosystem. Thanks especially to those who I may have
(inadvertantly) rubbed the wrong way. I can see that my comments could
have been taken differently, but they truly were based on wanting to
learn some more. I did.

In fact, the discussion had me consider creating a Wiki for a recent
1-week collaborative job I worked with folks in 7 different states.


Michael R. Wolf
    All mammals learn by playing!
        MichaelRWolf at att.net

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