kRogers at iwin.com
Fri Sep 8 11:08:04 EDT 2006
Do you mean something like the Flash Game Programmers Wiki?
It is a unsuccessful site but that does not mean it wasn't a good idea.
I could see something like this for OS Flash type projects, but wikis
get spam etc. and need someone to constantly moderate it seems. With all
the lil script kiddies out there it just seems a pain in the ass to deal
richard willis wrote:
> hello osflash'ers
> in the spirit of 'release early, release often' i'd like to run a ROUGH
> idea by you all.
> i've been reading 'media mutandis' ( http://publication.nodel.org/ ). one
> quarter of this book talks about porting the open source software model to
> other realms and ponders the ways in which this might be achieved. it has
> struck me this morning that osflash MIGHT BE a good model for this:
> a public wiki maintained by enthusiasts; which
> collects all [the best] OS flash projects in one place; thus
> simplifying understanding of and access to them for everyone
> could this be applied to 'open source life' projects? are there such
> things as 'open source life' projects?
> where on 'osflash' we have:
> might we on 'oslife' have:
> osflash mailing list
> osflash at osflash.org
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