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I conceived of WikiLearn sometime around December, 2000. I applied for a project on SourceForge in December, 2000 or January, 2001. For various reasons, my project approval and site activation were slow -- the project might have been approved in January (possibly expedited when I visited the SourceForge booth (actually 2) at the 2001 Linux Expo in New York. I don't think I managed to get access to the site until something like April.

I initially planned to use the 20010315 Beta version of TWiki to run the site. Had a great deal of difficulty installing it on SourceForge (did install a copy at home, created modified templates, etc., and have created various content over the last year).

Finally made a TWiki installation on SourceForge by getting on SourceForge and copying the twiki.org site files to my project area. Never got mail notification or statistics to work.

Sometime within the last few months, an occasion arose to ask Peter Thoeny to host some stuff for me on his twiki. He volunteered to create a dedicated web for my use, called Wikilearn (lower case "l" to avoid issues with web names conflicting with WikiNames. (Forget the issue, but ran into with my home installation of TWiki, and decided it was better not to use WikiNames for webs.)

Now I want to make a renewed effort to get my separate "permanent" WikiLearn site up, tentatively on SourceForge. A few people have occasionally volunteered to help, and I promised to put my ToDo list on the site.

See WikiLearnToDos.


  • RandyKramer - 02 Feb 2002
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