The Printable CEO Free-for-All Wiki Page

The Printable CEO Free-for-All Wiki Page

Over the past year I’ve gotten a lot of amazing insights and forms from other people, and I keep telling them I’ll post them on this site to share with all. However, I’ve been very bad about actually following through with it because I tend to write new posts when I have the energy to work on the blog.

Since I’m busy this week, I thought I’d try a social experiment in community idea sharing by opening up the PCEO Wiki to, well, anything, so I’m no longer the bottleneck.

I know there’s the potential for abuse, but heck, I’m curious to see what happens.

If anyone would like to share their work, please feel free to post it. I’ll have to figure out a secure way of providing file upload space…if anyone has suggestions, let me know.

> PCEO Wiki

4 Comments

  1. Perry 13 years ago

    Hi David,  I love your forms and I think putting together a Wiki is a great idea.  I added a page to the sandbox for forms from other sites.  (I hadn’t yet created my login when I created the page, so it won’t show my name as the editor).

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  2. Dave Seah 13 years ago

    Very cool!

    I’m going to start adding other links I find around the Internet too!

  3. Dave 13 years ago

    Dave

    Cool! I love the forms and love he wiki. I have a technical question for you.

    Inspired, I’ve decided to create a “parenting” wiki at my daddy blog. I created a “wiki.” subdomain, and got dokuwiki installed and configured. However, I’m not clear on using namespaces w/Dokuwiki. Specifically, I’d like to mimic your setup, with both a read-only namespace, and public namespace (like the one you created at http://wiki.davidseah.com/public:articles).

    I’m sorry if this is way off topic, but how did you get this done?

  4. Dave 13 years ago

    Dave:

    Re: My post above (#3). After much bleary-eyed clicking, I figured it out. Thanks anyway.