Sure I could move all the PicoLisp content on my blog and do 301 headers to
this wiki, that would give it an instant Google boost.

On Wed, Jan 6, 2010 at 11:36 AM, Alexander Burger <>wrote:

> Hi all,
> let's go ahead, and start our own wiki!
> Currently, we have a lot of resources, spread across external hosters
> which are more or less commercial, and the discussion around code
> repositories. We ran into various restrictions, imposed by existing
> systems.
> If we concentrate efforts and contents to a single location, we might
> get more activity and feedback.
> TC/Armadillo wrote in a PM a few days ago that his "blood was boiling"
> when the idea of a wiki in picoLisp popped up in IRC. He already spent a
> lot of thoughts on it: "";.
> I'm sure Henrik will join, I would imagine that he and myself could
> contribute the database part and GUI linkage. Perhaps Jon is interested
> too (graphics?). Tomas fell conspicuously silent - are you there? Who
> else?
> For the initial version, I can provide server space. As both hardware
> and bandwidth are limited, we can think about moving it later. I've set
> it up at "". If OK for Javier, we might later link
> "" to it too.
> Currently, it only shows the logo. I would hope that TC/Armadillo takes
> care of setting up Mercury, and we discuss further proceedings here in
> the mailing list.
> Anyone?
> Cheers,
> - Alex
> --

Reply via email to