[PD] new pd wiki - practical data - includes forum

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at eds.org
Sun Nov 4 17:01:50 CET 2007

On Nov 3, 2007, at 2:54 PM, Chuckk Hubbard wrote:

> On 11/3/07, Steffen Juul <stffn at dibidut.dk> wrote:
> On 03/11/2007, at 8.02, hard off wrote:
> > i just set up a new wiki for pd, aimed at providing a simple and  
> easy
> > way for pd users to share their patches / tutorials, etc...
> There is also the http://puredata.info website people can use. For
> tutorials for instance folks can add to http://puredata.info/docs/
> tutorials
> Sometimes less is more, like when I try to look up info on the  
> latest version of a library and find numerous Google hits that link  
> to different sites that were created and abandoned at different  
> stages, all with different versions.
> I'm all for centralization; however, I've never liked the  
> puredata.info layout and setup.  When you find a link to a file,  
> you first have to visit the page where the file is listed, and for  
> those of us in remote parts of the world without the best internet  
> connections, it sucks to have to wait for one more page, when you  
> could just as well start the download immediately.
> I'm all for a wiki (public editing means less chance of a site  
> being neglected), but I thought there already was one??

There is pdpedia:



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