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Glen, > XOOPS isn't a wiki, it's a portal system with some modules > loaded (more > info at http://xoops.org/ ). We can put a wiki module in there, if > someone is interested in populating it. There are lots of > other modules > we might use (e.g. forums, FAQ, news, articles) if someone is > interested in maintaining those. That was the gist of my post - that whoever is volunteering to add the content should work with you on the best xoops module for the task, eg: wiki, articles, FAQ etc. Since you probably know the most about xoops people may look for your guidance on which module to use - but no point getting too carried away until there are volunteers to add content. We also experimented for a short time with having a module in cvs.cvsnt.org that people could commit html too that would appear in the 'site' directory of the web site (http://cvsnt.org/site/) however before it really took off it broke and has not been fixed - though it is on the todo list. Regards, Arthur Barrett