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Should FASM have a wiki?
Yes
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No
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Somthing else would be better
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Coddy41



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Well I think that wiki.flatassembler.net would be nice as edfed sugjested, the OSdev wiki seems to be hooked to the same database as there forum, so those with an account there can edit wiki but out siders cannot. Since it is also hitched through there forum when someone edits and it shows up on the edit log you can recognize them from the forum. I for one like the idea of them joined, you could use one account to do both use the wiki and message board. Very Happy

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Post 15 Apr 2010, 21:57
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cthug



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osdev.org uses MediaWiki, same with wikipedia, so it probably makes sense to use this well established stable software. I think it should be wiki.flatassembler.net to keep it all neat, but it will probably have to be hosted on another server or at least on a different database, for the reasons that edfed said and I would think that a wiki would be database heavy(No post pruning?). I don't know I have no web development experience Sad.
Post 16 Apr 2010, 01:39
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edemko



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edemko
Why not to satisfy with flatassembler.net?
Also it has an intro at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fasm with some links. And you are offering making duplicates with double databases, forums.
I think people know enough about fasm. Some f*cking moders from wasm.ru even deleted it when i just suggested ouadji's version.
There are many asm-sites fasm treated to A THOU THE COOLEST.
Post 17 Apr 2010, 05:55
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revolution
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edemko: Wikipedia is not a technical wiki. If you try to do too much with the fasm page there it will likely get deleted for being too complex and confusing, or perhaps for being original research and not notable, or some reason or other.

Try it and see what happens. Wink
Post 17 Apr 2010, 06:09
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edemko



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What is this site for then.
revolution, i use wikipadia rarely thus believe you. There is nothing on the internet for a lazy(a girl said).
Post 17 Apr 2010, 06:18
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ManOfSteel



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Then what about wikibooks instead?

They've got a computer science category, a computer programming subcategory, an assembly languages sub-sub-subcategory, even an x86 assembly book with a chapter devoted to the fasm syntax.
Post 17 Apr 2010, 09:03
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Tomasz Grysztar wrote:
vid wrote:
Would it suck too much if we used some public wiki, like wikia.com?
I think it wouldn't "suck".

On the other hand, I don't think I would myself participate much in such project ...
I just had a look at wikia.com now.

It doesn't appear to support non-JS browsers. So I can't be editing there.
Post 05 May 2010, 15:43
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