Out of 130+ views of the "Phase I" thread there have been 13 responses to this point. This provides a represents sample of a 10% response rate, but out of that 10%, 11 out of 13 responses were either "Yes" or "Yes and I would like to help!" This equates to a positive response of 85%! There have been no dissenters and only two of the responses were neutral.
Given the above, it appears that it is safe enough to move forward with "Phase II - Ideas for Implementation."
FYI - I have copied the ideas from the previous thread to this one for your convenience.
Keeping in mind that this should remain a membership-driven and membership-maintained initiative, is a wiki the only/best course to follow? What other ideas does anyone else have in mind?
Also, the only way this will come to reality is if the workload of initial implementation and maintenance is not over-burdensome. What is realistic for DonationCoder?
@Mouser - is establishing a wiki with a membership-only, minimum post count requirement (per f0dder) a doable and realistic plan? Can the "wiki" be set up with minimum of inconvenience to you and the staff? Further, how would a "wiki" dovetail into the tagging initiative?
@f0dder & @Ampa - you both indicated that there would be considerable maintenance required to make a "wiki" work. Could you please explain in detail?
Everyone - For those that have not yet expressed your level of "Interest" in this project, please vote in the poll and leave a comment about your feelings/thoughts in the DC User's Resource - Phase I (Interest survey - Please post comments) thread and then return here to offer your ideas/plans on how to make this happen.