New tag: to_wikiself

to_wikiself [vt]:
Reminder to put your name in a Wiki.

This was the shortest tag I could come up with for this particular activity. Although changing Wiki is usually a straightforward and simple process, which could probably be done without setting up any reminders, I have two distinct cases where I cannot put my name in a Wiki yet. First is the Ruby on Rails professional developers Wiki, listing those who get paid for working in Rails. I am certain, that in a foreseeable future, I will be able to put my name there. Just not yet, though.

The other one is a Hugh MacLeod wiki listing wine bloggers. I would like to put my client’s newsletter there (he runs a wine selling company called Wine Express), but I think this would be inappropriate as a newsletter is definitely not a blog. At this very moment I’m in the long process of converting it into something which is more like news but with allowed comments. As soon as it’s ready, I’ll put it in the aforementioned wiki.

And that’s basically it. And the funny thing is that absolutely no one in the whole wide world is using it (yet?). It’s 100% unique. Should I put a © copyright on it? Nah, didn’t think so. Should you find this tag useful, please feel free to use it. No royalty payments required. Really.

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Paweł Gościcki

Ruby/Rails programmer.

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