The following mail was sent to me, but seems more appropriate for the
list at large. I advised the author that I have forwarded it.
I recently ran across the Wikipedia. Good luck to you. Its a
project. It also encompasses what I've been doing -- on a much finer
scale -- in the vertebrate paleontology area. I will try to remember
write Wik articles as I work on my site, but I'll probably forget.
its hard work. The Wikipedia is written at a generalist level, and
to change the approach completely. I thought I'd at least point out
site is expressly placed in the public domain (except for most
you can use the really bad ones I did myself if you dare!), is
well regarded, and parts are suitable for copying or incorporation
your project. I suspect the Glossary (beginning at
) and the Bones essays
(beginning at http://home.houston.rr.com/vnotes/Bones/Bones.html
Unrelated request: I have a friend with a much more suitable site who
running into trouble because he gets too many hits. His ISP is getting
annoyed. Would you be interested in contacting him and perhaps
something out? His format is a lot more compatible with the
mine. I don't know what your arrangements are, but you seem not to be
worried about bandwidth. A thought, anyway.
The Vertebrate Notes at: