If TLR does not host the wiki I strongly suggest moving ahead with developing the Openlancer site to include a content management system, namely CPG-Nuke, and a wiki, namely MediaWiki, with a common user database. Then soon after with a CVS/SVN server for hosting the source code.
Point is I'm finding it difficult to manage the large volume of text for the framework but I want to keep it easy to manage and easy to edit. This framework can easily be split up and posted on a wiki with a central framework page that has links to highly detailed topic specific pages. These topic specific pages can be slowly developed and refined down to the final text used for development. The text can then be extracted from the database in XML to create the game design doc, technical design doc, and really any other documents you want to officially release.
If TLR will give us the tools to do this then by all means we should use them to keep the development process centered in the general community. If not then we should move to develop the project website. If this is done sooner than later I'll post content to the wiki and if its on the Openlancer site I can help with developing the site too. If its going to be done later I'll continue working on the framework in a forum format. If there is a problem with hosting the the CMS and wiki on Openlancer's current web host then I can host it on a subdomain on my site as long as I'm not the site's primary webmaster.
I'd also like to have a little more feedback on the stuff I've posted recently. I'm literally slaving away at this and trying to help as much as possible. If this work isn't going to help, is not inline with the general direction of the project, is not clear, is too technical, is too large, is wrong, or there is otherwise some problem please let me know. I will do what ever I can possibly do to see that this project starts off in the best shape possible but I need more feedback to do so. I stand by my work as being as complete, logical, detailed, and as near as possible to real professional quality without expecting anything from anyone else other than that it be put to some use and that I get some feedback in the process.
Anyway, that said, I'll get back to work...
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