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Category Archives: wiki
- Comprehensive and as objective as possible pages on each of the haplogroups, including relevant paper references and known distribution and phylogenies.
- Dumping some of my best maps there, so they are not just in my blogs.
- Mapping archaeological cultures throughout the World.
Update: the project has been approved and it should be available withing 6 hrs. The address is http://humanorigins.ourproject.org/ and the full title is Human Prehistory and Genetics. As far as I understand, you need to create an account with this project in the corresponding field (the full name) in order to be able to edit the wiki. However I am still a noob and I will need some practice before I become acquainted.
Actually you may need to create an OurProject account, visit this page and request to join.
Policies and administration privileges will be discussed as need arises and we see who is taking the wiki seriously. I just realized that there is the possibility of having more than one license but all are in the line of open access (no private copyrights) – also to be discussed as need arises.
Update(2): I have (as recommended) categorized the project as:
- Topic: Encyclopedia, Archaeology and Anthropology (3 categories are possible and there was no “genetics” one)
- License: Public Domain (two other can be added, probably Creative Commons is a good idea)
- Natural language: English (two other can be added but I wonder how to work in multiple languages)
- Status: planning (to be changed to initial development as soon as something is in)
Update – Jan 11
I managed to figure out how to create a “MoinMoin” wiki within the main OurProject wiki. (LINK, feel free to edit with good reason – create a user first anyhow prefereably). This is however quite disappointingly complicated to manage (of course it may depend on your expectations but I am used to Wikipedia and other user-friendly GUIs).
There is the possibility of uploading some wiki software to the main subdomain but I fear I am not sufficiently techy for that (at least not yet).