|May20-09, 09:46 PM||#1|
Tricki (A 'Wiki' For Problem Solving Techniques)
I found this whilst browsing Tim Gowers blog.
Seems to be a project of Gowers, Tao and a couple of others and is just a week or two (?) old. The aim is for the site to act as a Wiki-style database of problem solving techniques/advice/tricks etc - rather than a database of definitions.
I am not affiliated with the site (regardless, it is non-profit) - but i consider it a concept with such potential that i thought to try and increase awareness of it. It's very much in the start-up phase and so the more visitors/contributors the better. I wonder; if the PF community/admins shares my enthusiasm for the concept and the site perhaps it could be integrated in some way? Or even just stickied somewhere on the forums.
Anyway - i hope it succeeds, and that PF members make us of it.
|May21-09, 11:35 AM||#2|
This is cool, I'd like to go through it once it has filled up some more.
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