What you can find in the Wiki?
- View SourceWell, since the Wiki debut, it has seen a lot of contribution by me, and a
relatively limited one by Omer Zak. In hope of getting cooperation, I am
making this post which details some of the material presented there.
First of all, I created a logo for our group:
I hope you like it. If not, then we can have a logo competition.
Next there is the meta-page:
It links to our charter and mini-charter.
There's a page where members can list themselves:
(so far there are three - Chen, Omer and I)
Our beloved founder has her own page here:
And there's a silly discussion of her first name here:
There's a page about Mercury Interactive here:
Some common Hackers-IL themes are featured as well:
There's also a page about Memorable threads:
(currently with two - hint anyone?)
The Technion has a short page:
What would be a Hackers-IL wiki without an entry about Freecell Solver? ;-)
Quoting from it:
The project Shlomi Fish does not stop raving about. Or at least he didn't used
to. Freecell Solver, or FCS for short, is a library and a standalone program
written in ANSI C to solve boards of several Solitaire games. It is an
open-source software distributed under the Public Domain.
>>>(If you think I made too much focus on myself in the wiki, you have a grain of
truth. To balance it fill it with content with too much focus about _you_.)
There's an entire section devoted to holy wars.
Currently there are three wars: "GPL - God or Demi-God"; "Editor Wars" and
And naturally, there's a note saying we're not computer intruders:
Shlomi Fish shlomif@...
Knuth is not God! It took him two days to build the Roman Empire.