Because of John's answer to my last comment about a Maple wiki, I have searched first for antecedents in Maple Primes. From the many posts found in this search, I put together here what I consider the main points stated so far.
Oficial plans + technology:
Short term site plans ...
Comment on 2005-08-22 10:08 from Tom 4
With respect to Wiki, I think the only real issue is the technology that maintains the wiki's and decision on what are we actually going to wiki. I suspect, we may be able to get something in place in a matter of a couple of weeks as opposed to way way off into the future.
Comment on 2005-08-22 20:23 from Will
One thing I can point out is that there are existing modules for Drupal that create Wikis so I would not need to use a seperate system for the Wiki component of MaplePrimes.
Comment on 2007-05-22 17:20 from Will
I just put in a request for Wikia to create a new wiki for Maple.
Wikia is a wiki hosting service that runs on the same software as Wikipedia, so it should be quite useful for what you want. I will let the community know once the Wiki is available.
* document (currently underdocumented) powerful tips and techniques
* Bookmarking (hard to find) Maple resourses
* "recipes" of code for specific tasks
* unofficial, "help pages"
* use of Maple by and for members of specific communities
* code fragments for people new to the language
* a good explanation of Maple's nondeterministic behaviour
* collaborative reviews
* collaborative books
* site for a FAQ
* bookmarking posts/responses
* repository for 'intermediate' information about Maple.
* listing of Maples features by release.
Additionally, some activities could benefit from a wiki, eg: