quattro list library?

Mark R speedracer.mark at gmail.com
Wed Nov 26 12:02:39 PST 2008

I've known Max for years on the GTiVR6 list and he does a really nice job.
I've sent him a couple of bucks myself to help offset hosting costs (i.e

A number of listers use the wiki a lot (some of my stuff is in there... only
because others take the time to put it there).

Audifans has a wiki project, but I don't know who hosts, how it has come
along, etc.  If nothing else, Max would be a good addition to that team.  If
bandwidth is an issue, Max is a go-to guy there.

Unfortunately I just don't have the time for the wiki thing.... but I
appreciate those who make the effort.  There's a TON of knowledge on this
list... archiving it would make things easy.  After all, EVERYTHING has been
done by now.  As Andy often posts in the GTiVR6 list.   "Here's your
answer....  (wiki link)."

Mark Rosenkrantz
On Wed, Nov 26, 2008 at 12:00 PM, Max Baker <max at warped.org> wrote:

> Hi All,
> As I lurk on this list, I see a *ton* (metric) of great information
> passing by, and I can only imagine all the knowledge that's been passed
> since it's conception.
> I was wondering if anyone has ever wanted to maintain a library where
> people could go to?   I host two such libraries, http://gti-vr6.net and
> http://mkv-gti.net -- both the babies of Andy Nguyen.    We use wiki
> software so that any member can go in and easily add information, make
> corrections and updates.  It also provides to be very searchable by
> topic, and people volunteer a surprising amount of time adding in
> tidbits as they come up.
> If I were to set up a domain name and a wiki, are people interested in
> volunteering to add/correct/contribute content as it flashes across the
> list?  It's about as hard to use as using Microsoft Word.    It would of
> course be advertising free, and all that -- I'm not looking to make a
> buck here, I give away the hosting services and take donations now and
> again.    I would love to add the treasure-trove of information from
> 20v.org (with attribution of course) to the library as a start, since I
> find it so useful.
> Thoughts?
> -m
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