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The Wiki is Online!

In an earlier posting, I made mention that I wanted to run a Lexicon game for a couple of fora that I frequent. It was dependent on either finding or setting up a Wiki - a web site that anyone can edit - and I'd like to announce that, thanks to the tireless efforts of my webmaster Marcus, he of infinite graciousness and kindness, I now have a Wiki all of my own! It's a little spare right now, but if I can get that Lexicon game started (and would any of you be interested?) it'll get updated quite quickly!

[EDITOR'S NOTE September 04: Although the Wiki and its contents were lost during the server move, I'm keeping the posts relating to it up for historical purposes.]

Comments

I'm interested!
As long as it is accessable from work.
My home connection suxxorz

Posted by: Lauren at April 27, 2004 05:53 PM

I think it would work best if the moderator supplied a list of words with a dictionary definition for each letter, and assigned them to players every turn.
This would be the easiest way for players to keep track of cross-referencing, and means that all loose ends get tied up.

Posted by: SimLauren at April 27, 2004 06:01 PM

Hi Lauren! We'd love to have you on board! Sign up at Jake's or Robinson's and contribute to the creation of the topic!

The Wiki should be accessible to you over dialup; it's pretty much text only and the individual pages are fairly small. If not, I doubt access via work will be a problem.

As for cross-referencing: trust me, the Wiki has some pretty natty tools to help with that. Loose ends shouldn't be a problem either; there are only as many slots per letter as there are players. And wouldn't giving out words sort of nullify the point? How would you work things like people or places in as entries?

Posted by: IMAGinES at April 27, 2004 10:19 PM
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