Has anyone thought about a Wikipedia-style approach to editing pages. I'm looking at ways to distinguish my teaching network from many other similar ones out there and it occurred to me that by allowing members to edit certain pages (for example, specific game ideas) it would result in higher quality content and less volume to sift through.
I assume a start would be to use the administrators function but what Wikipedia have is a system whereby the edits are noted (a bit like submitting a ticket I guess) - something I think is important.
I'm technologically sterile so any help/feedback on this would be really appreciated. I can't see how the idea wouldn't work for other networks, even if on a more limited scale.
Yeah, definitely. Only problem is that, as I say, I'm not very clued up on the technical side of things. Got to learn at some stage though.
Cheers for the reply, let me know what you decide.