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Hello Phillip. My attempt to send you email via your page at http://www.myelin.co.nz/phil/email.php failed with: "Method Not Allowed The requested method POST is not allowed for the URL /phil/index.html."
Thought you'd like to know. In the meantime I will post my questions to BzeroDiscussion - Rock
Oops - should be fixed now. It looks like it must have only been working in Internet Explorer before. I've replied to one of your questions (about blogroll editing) in BzeroDiscussion - PP
Hello Phillip, thanks for updating my list of Public Wikis. I am considering a wiki for wiki's. What do you think about that? Best, http://markdilley.2ya.com
Tell me more about what you're planning. A global Wiki index? - PP
No, more of a wiki for wikis. Not like Meatballs inter map text. but more like the new project TourBusStop, btw, do you want to throw up a stop? (http://www.usemod.com/cgi-bin/mb.pl?TourBusStop) - A wiki for wikis would be another way people could traverse wikis in a progressive manner. Best, Mark
Sounds like a plan. Working on it now. 3/Nov?/2002: All done! - PP
Great Phillip! I was offline for the month of November and some of Dec. Glad you like the idea! Best, MarkDilley?
Congrats Phil on a visionary step forward with the [Internet Topic Exchange!] So before I put any remarks here about similar thoughts - I realized that perhaps this isn't the place.
Maybe one level higher - for other kinds of CommunityServers?? Is the intent of this Wiki to focus ONLY on blogging community servers or is the ITE an example of a new kind of community server 'thingie'? We have floated the idea of a [Free Media Management system], and also similar ideas - like a [shared database of Reviews] or a [multimedia conversations] server? Aren't these ideas other new 'thingie' community servers? - Marc Canter (email@example.com)