Re: [Rd] Extending www.r-project.org features with a Wiki (PR#8744)

From: Philippe Grosjean <phgrosjean_at_sciviews.org>
Date: Tue 04 Apr 2006 - 11:54:36 GMT

http://wiki.r-project.org is quite recent and not widely advertised yet because I want to finialize features and beta test them with a limited number of enthousiast people *before* making more publicity about it.

It is dedicated to the kind of collaborative documentation that Victor Anyakin is asking for. Indeed, it is already available to everybody, i.e., those who use Google ;-)
Best,

Philippe Grosjean

ripley@stats.ox.ac.uk wrote:
> Try http://wiki.r-project.org (which you might have guessed or Googled:
> it came up as the first item for me).
>
> You might want to report to the webmaster of www.r-project.org where you
> looked for a link to this and failed to find one. (Both the webmaster
> and the host machine have moved recently (or the machine is about to), so
> various planned changes are delayed by the moves.)
>
>
> On Mon, 3 Apr 2006, anyakin@users.sourceforge.net wrote:
>
>
>>Full_Name: Victor Anyakin
>>Version:
>>OS:
>>Submission from: (NULL) (212.109.44.52)
>>
>>
>>This is an enhancement request,
>>
>>probably, some sort of a Wiki engine could be installed on the web site,
>>or some other system, which would cover some basic information about
>>various aspectes of R.
>>
>>Currently, I am trying to find some information about GUI application
>>development on R. A number of various projects use wiki's to provide such
>>information to the new or experienced users.
>
>
> Well, see the `Writing R Extensions' manual, the `Related Projects' link
> on CRAN which links to a page on GUIs (and that links to another
> mainifestation of the same Wiki).
>
>
>



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