This is a wiki topic, meaning that anyone can edit it. Please add your name to the appropriate list (or add a new category if necessary).
This will help us connect with others that may be able to help with our community-specific challenges.
We also have a Platform Directory if you have a question relating to a specific software platform.
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@Mjbill @cedric_debono @how
Great idea, love this! I wonder what other uses it could have!
This would be great if we could filter also - perhaps on something like Platform, so people could see who was here using the same platform as they are.
It would, but unfortunately that isn't functionally possible out of the box. We could have a second directory where people list by platform though. Would that be helpful?
I like this idea!
Don't seem to be able to add my name @HAWK
That's strange. Are you getting an error? How far through the process can you get?
@HAWK, does the "Gaming" category refer to "computer games" or "gambling"? Just so I know whether I should put myself under that heading, or create one called "Computer Games".
Looking at the only other person in there right now it's computer Gaming @cedric_debono
Awesome. I think it would be best to label it that way though, so as to avoid confusion. In the gambling world, "Gaming" is often the terms used.
I didn't know that! Thanks for the tip.
I have difficulty putting myself in the wiki, since I'm a hardcore transdisciplinarian working with:
You can put yourself in more than one category.