I'd like to officially announce the Audacity Wiki:
AudacityTeam.org is a new website we'll be using for some additional
Audacity web content that for various reasons doesn't work as well
at our Sourceforge home. The site is still under construction, but
the Wiki is ready to go! (Note that some of us are also using
AudacityTeam.org for our email addresses now.)
A Wiki is a publicly-editable website. Every page has a link at
the bottom reading "Edit text of this page", and you can edit it
instantly. No need to log in or anything. You don't need to
know HTML - all of the formatting is automatic. You can even
create new pages by typing a WikiWord (two capitalized words
joined together with no spaces), which automatically becomes a
link to a new page.
What is the Audacity Wiki for?
Well, anything you want! I've started an initial table of contents
for you to use as a guide, but you're welcome to modify it and add
your own ideas.
The Wiki is a perfect place to keep track of feature requests,
too - I've started a page with some of the more popular requests
and I'd encourage everyone to try it and vote for your favorites,
and add new ones.
So, if you always wanted to write an Audacity tutorial but didn't
have a website to put it, wanted to gripe about Audacity but
nobody on the mailing list is listening, or anything...now's
P.S. For an example of another Wiki on an even larger scale, see
http://wikipedia.org/ - they have a lot of discussion on the
pros and cons of Wikis, and why they work so well in spite of