Re: Slightly OT: Comments, ideas, or suggestions for improving websites
Alvin Oga wrote:
yes .. always give credit to those willing to put in time
and effort into free documentation and other relevant info ...
- and if they are looking for helpers, one could step in
and help fix the problems they're having
what someone doesn't like may be what others do like ..
- choice is good
- too many choices is bad
those that put in the initial time to setup a quickie ( the ez part ) may
quickly die out since it's a lot of work or stay for the duration .. a
yr, or 5 yr or more depending on their goals/aspirations ..
All I can do is give my assurances that I plan to be in this for the
duration. Those who know me know I'm not one to give up easily ;-)
As for help to fix the problems, I would welcome anyone willing to roll
up their sleeves and dig in. I'm not claiming to have all the answers,
and I definitely am not a super-guru. I know the current situation needs
work, and while I've been doing what i can there is only so much one
person can do. I'm hoping that in time at least, we will gain some
assistance from others; websites, users, devs, and even newbies can all
offer something. Everyone has their own areas of expertise, and none of
us knows it all. Collectively though, and with enough time, the
situation should improve.
Thanks to everyone who has commented. I'm compiling a list of
suggestions for review and have passed it on to the other websites I am
in contact with thus far.
Oh also, FWIW I did fix the wiki also. Guess I'll be giving myself a
crash course in MediaWiki next...lol