So it’s up and running, here - http://form1printer.pbworks.com/ It’s just a skeleton at the moment - but as more contributors join, expect to see more info over the coming weeks.
If you’d like to help out please request access on the wiki or email me at kevinsaccounts at n7tech dot com
Also - TJ - you were one of the most informative early posters here, haven’t seen you around for a while, but if you read this we’d love to have your assistance on the wiki.
Hi All, and most especially to the regular contributors here - such as MD, Jesse, Greenlaw, Vince Erb, Deschaud, David, Mark Loit, et al…
I’ve got a lot of Form1 troubleshooting experience now - lessons learned from two different Form1s that would have saved me so me much time if they’d been previously available in a static central resource. I know many others here have a lot more that would be worth sharing.
It’s not only troubleshooting of course, there’s alternative resins, maintenance, optimising prints, etc, etc, etc, … - so how would people feel about starting an independent wiki? hosted on an ad supported free service?
I’d suggest an initial group of admin/moderators/contributors as listed above, and new contributors could be added by some sort of sensible policy - eg nomination and being seconded or whatever policy is supported by the chosen wiki platform.
So - MD, Jesse, Greenlaw, Vince Erb, Deschaud, David, Mark Loit (apologies to others, those are the names I’ve noticed) - what do you lot think?
Would you be prepared to contribute to a Form1 wiki? if so, would you have a preference about a service to use? A quick google for “free wikis” turned up wikispaces and wikidot. I’ve no experience of administrating a wiki, so have no preference.