Just to float the idea, we might launch a wiki in the future. We have quite a bit of content here, and it is overwhelming for new visitors. @dga471 experimented a bit recently with the wiki for discourse, but its really bad. I found another solution, and a poke @T.j_Runyon prompts me now to flow this publicly.
Take a look here: http://wiki.peacefulscience.org/
This might be a future place we starting using to put longer term topics, such as:
- Evidence for Common Descent explained in a straightforward way for people
- Tutorials and projects to teach the basics of population genetics
- Different models of Adam and Eve
- Prolonged dialogues with other organizations.
And so on. If we do go down this path, we would want to avoid replicating other wiki’s like RationalWiki or Wikipedia. What do you think we should do that would make us distinct? Or should we not put the effort in?
Let me know what you think.