Get Your Wiki On!

by Scott Chitwood • Tuesday April 14th, 2009
Posted in Oxidizer Blog

We’ll keep this short and sweet amigos; our swanky new Oxidizer Wiki is officially up and running.  w00t, w00t daddy-o!

A huge shout of gratitude goes out to our good friend and Wikimaster, Ralf Flicker, who has helped guide us along in this new effort.  Be sure to check out his animation articles, Part I and Part II, an exploration of Julia Fractals, and a primer on Using Scripts.  Many thanks Ralf, nicely done!

David Burnett, the guy who gave us Oxidizer and thus hooked us with its addictive works, also chimes in with a few words (and more to come) to help us along the road to our fractal visions, and ye ole webmaster even managed to squeeze off an updated introduction article for the big O™.

The purpose of the OxiWiki is give us a common repository for sharing our Oxidizer explorations and develop those into the documentation craved by both new users and seasoned veterans.  The format makes it easy to present new articles and update existing ones as new features are released.

Enough words, now hop on over the wiki and feel free to give us a shout back with your critique and ideas.



2 Comments

  1. Don Larson
         April 14, 2009

    Thank you, it is a welcome resource.

  2. Parker
         April 16, 2009

    Thanks for creating a wiki. I’ve been trying to figure out Oxidizer for a while and hopefully this will be instructive enough to get me up and running.

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