wiki.whyweprotest.net - a new place for collaborative work In the last year and a half, WhyWeProtest's userbase has grown substantially. One of the biggest problems we've faced is dealing with collaboritive projects; we generally have tons of users willing to collborate but only the original poster or a mod can update a thread. Today, we'd like to try and change that: Why We Protest Wiki Wiki formatting is a bit different than vBulletin (BBCode), but it's not too difficult to pick up. Please read through How to use this wiki, and check the FAQ. This wiki is NOT a place to dump information randomly, but a place for real projects. The wiki is an experiment in taking our collaboration to new lengths. To be clear, the wiki is primarily intended for use by anons, and is not aimed at the general public. This is a place where we can focus some of our energies to create something useful. Ideally discussion goes in a forum, and the end content goes on the wiki. Wiki URLs are easier to remember, find, and share with other people. OPs are encouraged to link to a created wiki page on their threads, while gaining input from other anons on WWP. If anyone here has prior experience working with wikis, and you'd like to help out, please let us know. If you have any questions about the wiki, you may ask here, on the FAQ, or in IRC (#wiki).