The Poetry Wiki, back by popular demand

Or, to be more accurate, back in the face of overwhelming public apathy except from Julie.

Since I’ve got the spare bandwidth and everything, I’ve started a new wiki to replace The Poetry Wiki. I’ve called it ‘The Poetry Wiki‘. Original, I know. It just makes more sense to have everything in the same place.

I’ve used the Mediawiki software – i.e. the same used for Wikipedia – both because I know lots of people are somewhat familiar with it, and because Wikipedia has a lot of helpful stuff about how to use the software. You could start with the Wikipedia Help Page, for example.

At the moment it’s a blank canvas, so get in at the beginning. Have a go. Tell your friends. Jump in and make suggestions about how the site should work. Try out the editing syntax. Post some poetry.

This Post Has 9 Comments

  1. Julie Carter


    Okey, there are two poems up and I don’t think I’ve mangled anything too terribly much.

    Harry, you are neat.

  2. Harry

    Well, fingers crossed it’ll manage to pull in more punters this time.

  3. Rachel Bunting

    Harry, I’ll play too, if you like.
    I’ll need some time to get learn the process(which doesn’t look that hard).


  4. Harry

    The more the merrier.

  5. Julie Carter


    I’ve gotten emails from people who’ve checked out the wiki and think it’s a neat idea, though none of them are playing. Yet? I hope so.

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