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On Sat, Sep 19, 2009 at 11:25 AM, steve donovan
<> wrote:
> I've been chatting to Yuri (of Sputnik fame) about the mechanics of
> putting up a searchable 'Lua recipes' site. (Originally the word was
> 'snippets' but 'recipe' seems more friendly and the former term has a
> specialized meaning in the MS dev universe)
> So far the conversation has been about tagging, searching and some
> idea of user interface, but the question here is this:  would this be
> a useful resource that people would be motivated to _contribute_ to?
> The usefulness of such a thing depends strongly on the quantity (and
> quality) of the recipes.

It would take me a very small amount of time to put up a system for
snippets (even with the few enhancements), given that I already have a
basic site up for wowprogramming [1].

Additionally, I could also host the site in the longer term.  The
question is, does this detract from LuaWiki at all?