The VEX community needs a central, go-to location for knowledge of all things VEX. With the deactivation of the official VEX wiki, there was a void - a void that I’m trying to fill by launching an unofficial VEX wiki:
The project can’t be successful without a community of people who are willing to contribute their knowledge and experience to make it a great resource. I certainly can’t do this on my own (not only that, but my experience is only with VEX EDR, and I’ve only been coaching for 4 years) - it’s far too big of a task. So I’m asking you all to consider contributing your time and knowledge to this project. I have set up what I feel is a good start, with stub pages in place and with a sensible organization. There are certainly things that I will have missed; if you need me to create a page and you don’t want to do it yourself, please email me at email@example.com
If you have expertise in VEX IQ or VEX Pro and would like to take the lead on those pages, I would appreciate it.
Contributors will need to create an account; the link is at the top of the page. You’ll receive your password via email. If you feel that you would like to help further be being an editor, please shoot me an email. On the welcome page I have created a simple style guide and a brief intro to dokuwiki formatting. It’s pretty easy and no HTML knowledge is necessary.
I hope this takes off, but it won’t without community support. Again, feel free to contact me if you have any questions or comments at firstname.lastname@example.org