We've been majorly spammed in the past. To the point where checking whether the editor was a human or a robot wasn't enough. To the point where we couldn't keep up with restoring defaced pages either. Some of this community members wanted to point their clients to this website, and wouldn't dare doing so because of foul contents. So we went bold and asked our host LaurentBossavit to disable the edit option. Our hope was to clean up contents, leave this website as a reference for future generations, and move on with some other form of landing point for anyone interested in dojos. Then we got busy and a way too much time passed by. The wiki went into hibernation mode, waiting for better times to get back to activity.
Back to now. The wiki is still in hibernation mode - but we're not anymore. Please accept all our apologies for not getting the wiki back to a workable mode faster. Our first goal is to satisfy those of you who wanted to update the WikiPages? for a legitimate reason. This is far less than perfect, but until further notice, if you want to change something on the wiki, please write us and let us know.
This is sad. This is not the way a wiki is meant to function. And for sure this is not the way we wanted this specific wiki to function. We wanted everyone to be able to read and contribute to what we still see as experimental work, shaping new ways of teaching and learning programming techniques. We're working out a way to be able to welcome input from anyone intersted in coding dojos, and to keep spammers out at the same time. As soon as we have a viable solution, we'll let you know. If you have suggestions, please write us (our mail addresses are on our respective WikiPage?).
The purpose of this wiki is to gather user stories for what the Coding Dojo global web site should provide to its user community. The wiki will provide "scaffolding" while the site grows in functionality to meet these requirements.
To start off, a directory of who we are and what exactly are we doing:
Programme for a workshop at XP2010 - see KataWorkshop
This is a UseMod instance - UseMod syntax is here: