On Sat, May 29, 2010 at 9:19 AM, K. Peachey <p858snake(a)yahoo.com.au> wrote:
Why are we segregating this onto yet another platform?
this will just
make things even more confusing for people and harder to track or
access things in a centralized manner.
Especially when the same can be archived with a plain wiki anyway (as
many of the WMF communities already do) or if you want to get fancier,
with LiquidThreads which is now also active on a few projects.
Wikis aren't perfect for everything. We use Wordpress as a blog. We
use Bugzilla as a tracker. A number of communities have tried
Ideatorrent (or similar applications), and have found they work really
This platform gives the ability to vote ideas up and down, and to give
solutions to ideas that can also be voted up and down. We do not have
the ability to do this in MediaWiki right now.
Is there really any harm in trying something out?