domain madness

As described in other posts, I spend my workdays logged into an chat room conducted on AOL’s instant messenger application. Marv, who is the link for almost everyone in the chat, expressed a desire to have an online spreadsheet for keeping track of some information about chat members.

One of the best ways for a large group of people to keep track of information is with a Wiki. At one time I had one on my website that members of my team at Convergys used to share information. It did not really get used or updated, so when I rebuilt my server, that was one of the things that did not get migrated.

When I registered the domains and, one of the cool words I came up with to use for a domain name was “obligatory.” I thought it might be useful as a place to collect obligatory movie quotes, jokes, et cetera.

When Marv made his comment about an online spreadsheet, I went looking for Wiki software. I decided on the software being used by the OpenNMS project website. So far the only complaint I have about this program is that I have not found a way for it to allow a persistent login, so every time you close your browser completely, you have to log in again. Admittedly, I have not looked very hard for a solution to this.

Behold, my wiki.

By elyograg

Faced with the choice between changing one's mind and proving that there is no need to do so, almost everyone gets busy with the proof. -- J.K. Galbraith

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