Posted by jeffhobbs on April 24, 2008
Was reading a post made by Zym in reply to one of my entries. It mentions using Google as a reference for a good source of documentation. He also mentions the idea of developing a wiki. There has been talk of developing a wiki focused on GeoMedia suite. I envision it to be a centralized place where users can find examples, documentation, and pointers for more ideas. Additionally, I envision it being a collaborative effort with some content coming from Intergraph but also quite a bit of content coming from the users.
As I’m sure you all know, the real power of a wiki is the ability for many people to collaborate. So, with that said, I’d like your feedback.
- Would you find it useful?
- Would you help edit it?
- Would you add your own content (e.g. examples, workflows, ideas, etc).
- Would the requirement that you had to login turn you off from editing/adding content?
Please provide your feedback as I could really see this happening…if there’s enough interest.
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