[Noisebridge-discuss] weknow knowledge base

Robert Chu robertayoungchu at gmail.com
Sun Mar 18 03:29:41 UTC 2012

This is awesome doing guys. Great work.


On Sat, Mar 17, 2012 at 7:07 PM, Jake <jake at spaz.org> wrote:

> > I know a bunch of stuff -- it really comes down to what people are
> > looking for.  If you want to set up the wiki with pages on Arduino and
> > the like, I'm sure people would be happy to add stuff to the pages.
> I think that you should add anything you want, if it's something you think
> is a topic of interest to many people in the noisebridge community.  You
> should (in my opinion) do it in question and answer format and start with
> the most beginner basics.  Think of the questions as a class for
> beginners, with questions climbing up the ladder toward advanced
> knowledge.  But most importantly, have fun with it.
> > The problem I have with a number of websites like this is that they're
> > typically anonymous.  I'd far rather have something that says "this is
> > me, I this is what I know, please ask me if you're stuck."  I've been
> > helping people out with some Javascript, git and resume questions, but
> > I don't like the idea of anonymous knowledge on yet another website --
> > that seems un-Noisebridgey somehow.
> it's the opposite of anonymous - if people add links to their user page at
> the beginning of the topic.  I just did that, thanks to your suggestion.
> It's a way of people at noisebridge to share what skills they have, and a
> way for people to figure out how much they know relative to other people,
> so that everyone can learn more.
> get on the wiki and get involved!  it's fun!
> -jake
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