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So which is first?

Bridgeart posted here a while back.

And how much different can the content be from Wikipedia.

Wouldn't it be better to develop articles on the main Wikipedia and link to
more detailed discussions elsewhere, rather than trying to start something
from scratch.

Also a list member created a website, last year or earlier, for sample
calculations in pdf and other formats: what happened to it?

whilst ExelCalcs, introduced at the same time seems to be developing, but
becoming more commercial.

So there could be a problem in generating interest and keeping that interest
alive. Who is the primary audience, what do they need, is that need being
satisfied else where?

Answer the five wise men: Who, What, Where, When, Why? And How for good

Conrad Harrison
B.Tech (mfg & mech), MIIE, gradTIEAust
South Australia

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