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(TFT) Wiki page for rules
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- From: Christopher Fuhrman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Mon, 6 Nov 2006 18:52:26 -0800 (PST)
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I was discussing off-line with Lloyd re: requirements for an online version of Melee, and the idea occurred to me that it would be very cool if the requirements (i.e., original rules) were in a Wiki page.
The nice thing about a Wiki format is that all the house-rules, clarifications, interpretations and such could be cross-indexed. I've never set up a full Wiki page before, but I think there are some free wiki services.
I've seen high quality FAQs for games get thrown together literally in weeks because the contributions are from a strong community, and it's fairly easy to contribute. I'm not (necessarily) talking about wikipedia. I think copyright is tricky if you go there.
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