Have you paid a visit to the Oracle Wiki yet?

Oracle wiki is out since a few weeks only.

It’s all new and shiny! This is going to be very exciting.

Have you added your contribution yet? There’s a whole new ground to cover here!
As long as the rules are followed that is.

What is not quite clear for me yet is what is expected to be seen there?
I’ve got that funny feeling that I have a lot to say but no idea if it fits what is expected…

If it’s technical then there’s OTN.
If it’s trouble then there’s metalink.

What is Oracle wiki?

The site tells us:

«5. How does the Oracle Wiki complement Oracle’s corporate Web site and the Oracle Technology Network Web site?
The aforementioned sites, although they do contain community-derived content, primarily contain information provided by Oracle, and it’s structured the way we like it. The Oracle Wiki complements this official content with that generated completely out of the community–think of it as a free-form “Oracle parallel universe” built by customers and partners.»

What I understand is: Whatever you like and the way you like. If it doesn’t fit the general approbation, the community will quickly bring you back into its reality.

I’m waiting a bit to see what’s going on there then I’ll start doing some work.


3 Responses to “Have you paid a visit to the Oracle Wiki yet?”

  1. 1 Frank
    October 21, 2007 at 5:25 pm

    Another good wiki user may want to contribute to is http://www.orafaq.com/wiki/

  2. October 29, 2007 at 4:35 am

    I like the orafaq pretty much.
    It’s a great source of information too.

    Thanks for making this site a little richer Frank! 🙂

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