Put the paint brushes and drop cloths away. The ancestors are coming for dinner. If you’ve finished setting the stage in JLiki 3, it’s time to start adding content.
Wikis are non-linear, just like our lives and the lives of our ancestors. Using this simple document it’s possible to write and present history in the chaotic way it happened and have it make better sense than it does when we’re repeating ourselves in linear reports or searching through a PDF trying to remember how a segment on page 5 links to another segment on page 247. … [continued]
If you haven’t joined us yet, please feel free to jump in anytime. You’re only 2 short JLiki segments behind.
Where were we? Ok, everyone, stand up for a minute. Take one step to the left. Just so you don’t get dizzy, now take one step to the right. Bend you arms at the elbow and flap like a chicken. Aah … much better. We can all sit down now.
Check list from JLiki 1:
- You’ve downloaded the latest version of TiddlyWiki.
I haven’t heard any blood-curdling screams so I presume we can safely move forward.
JLiki Class is beginning. How to create your own genealogy wiki.
We’re coming to a big fork in the road here. I don’t know what percentage of us are waiting for the Legacy 7 download. It could be by the middle of next week that we’re so involved in it we won’t have time to think of another thing for months. Between rewriting our sources and pinpointing our locations, maybe years.
Back at that favorite topic: how to share family history. Or as I prefer, how to share family history that your family will actually read and enjoy.