Post # 1
I’ve been to Wiki before a few times here and there. I never looked close enough or realized that people add information to create it! HAHA I’m dumb. Anyway, I just stumbled over to the Wiki about all the bees and noticed that there is a link for each bee and if you click on her name then there are pre-set categories and some of them have links to their posts and some of them don’t or not at all. Just anyone can start linking posts under the pre-set categories for a bee if they want? That’s cool but it’s kind of a waste of time I think. Wouldn’t it be easier for a bee to select a category the post would go under so the Wiki is automatically updated or something? I think it would be great them to pop through and look at their ceremony wording (if it’s shared) or budget (again, if shared), etc instead of just searching for it.
Post # 3
We’ve been phasing out the wiki… eventually we’ll probably remove it. It’s too bad – I spent dozens of hours writing articles for it! But it never caught on like the other tabs did…
Post # 4
Oh, Mr. Bee, I love the idea of the Wiki just not how it functions. It was a little confusing. What about having the Bees, Hostesses, Guest Professionals or the occasional Hive member write specific articles. With it being updated daily with a just the fact articles. Maybe have the subject of the week voted on by the Hive.
Sorry, just some thoughts.
Post # 5
Oh don’t get rid of it! Even if it doesn’t get the site hits that the other tabs get why can’t you just keep it on? I know it is helpful when you first come to the site and you have no idea what something is and need to look it up. Gocco, for instance. I had no idea what that was until I found WB.
Post # 6
- Wedding: May 2010 - Victorian Gardens of Two Sisters
I’ve definitely used to wiki as a point of reference many times. However, I think it would be more successful if it was updated more frequently and a little more intuitive to use.
Post # 7
Yah Dashshund – we’ve heard that feedback a lot! Not much we can do to make wikis more intuitive though… they’re just hard to use by their nature.
So given that, we’ll shut it down when we get around to it…