Superficially ebikewiki.com could serve that purpose, but I find their answer to security unacceptable. To create an account you must go through Discord which then forces people through Google's reCAPTCHA. I will not solve Google's CAPTCHAs. I'm glad Google plans to start charging a fee to use reCAPTCHA.. I hope it reduces the number of instances.
I didn't read all 70+ posts in this thread but a search showed no mention of CAPTCHAs. hCAPTCHA is an ethical alternative to reCAPTCHA.. perhaps it could solve the security issue.
I never saw the wiki we are talking about here. I would like to. When wikis come under attack and no one wants to be janitor, the fix is normally to make the wiki read-only at that point. This is what seems to have happened with Thinkwiki (a site for Thinkpad owners). It sucks that it can't be updated but at least there is still interesting info there that people can read. Why is the wiki completely gone? Was all the information lost?
Thanks but that's a bit rough going. I expanded the zip file but when I open the files in a browser, the browser just shows the raw HTML instead of rendering it.mark5 wrote: ↑Aug 19 2018 9:57amIn case there was some wiki content that someone wanted to salvage, here's an MS OneDrive link to w.zip (536 files, 3.8MB). It's supposed to contain the latest version of any E-S wiki file that archive.org might have. File structure looks odd to me but it beats having nothing.
(edit) I just realized I had to visit files in the index.php subdir. Seems to work.