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User:-- April

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[edit] Warning: Here again, gone again.

I am an occasional participant here these days, I'm afraid. Work doesn't allow me much free time for editing. I may be in intermittently for a few weeks or months, and then disappear for many months on end. My apologies, but time and stress are working against me here. -- April 02:12, 6 May 2006 (UTC)


[edit] Science Hypertextbook project

I'm working on developing a science hypertextbook online, called (for a working title) Science!... in Simple Steps. Given the amount of time it was taking me to work on the project, I was inspired by Wikipedia to open it to the wide wild world of Wikidom. A friend has offered me a site and some code support, so it's now set up! At the moment it's using UseModWiki, though my code-guru friend is muttering noises about optimizations.

I would appreciate it if those of you familiar with Wikis and Wikified projects (like Wikipedia!) could drop by and give some advice. I would really appreciate it if some of the scientifically knowlegeable sorts I so often see around here would add to the text, which at the moment is extremely preliminary. You can find it at,

http://www.renaissoft.com/april/cgi-bin/wiki.pl

Update: Transfering the hypertextbook material to Wikibooks. Slowly.


I intend to use this space for a few notes and suchlike that don't belong in the Wikipedia articles. I would appreciate it, therefore, if messages to me were placed in the "Talk" section.