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Wiki style programming language reference manual!

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Hey everyone. www.wikireference.com My brother and I are launching a wiki style reference manual for all programming language. But we need help! We need site admins, and as many people as possible to help start the sections. So go to www.wikireference.com find your favorite language, and start adding stubs for the functions you know. Explain them the way they should be, point out little tips you may have on them! So once again, check out http://www.wikireference.com/ and get involved! This could be a very powerful resource if we get enough people contributing! Contant me at: adamwbrown at gmail.com if you have any questions and/or want to get involved as a admin.

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As much of a good idea that sounds, did you know there is something like what you are doing already out? CodeWiki.Net. Of course looking at it, it's not all that complete, so if you could manage to get more people on your site, it'd be much better [wink]. Best of luck though with your site!

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