I’ve spent this week working on a Wiki-based content management solution for a customer of ours. While browsing through one Wiki after another, the most baffling thing on the scene is the total domination CamelCase has over Wikipedia’s much more readable syntax. And frankly, it’s not the only thing that makes me wonder whether the value of good writing even registers on most wikiheads’ radars. In edit wars, content structure and language coherence are always the first casualties.
In other news, I’ve hacked my real blog’s RSS feed to mirror the advogato one. I haven’t updated the “real” site in a year, though, so if someone is still subscribed… wow! Be prepared to see my ramblings a bit more often in the future :-)