Image via WikipediaI've said it before, Mediawiki proficiency will be an essential job skill for academics of all flavors going forward. It should be a part of every graduate education program.
So it makes me smile to see that yet another MediaWiki research site launch today. This one funded by the Hewlett Foundation:
Today, representatives from the new nonprofit project AcaWiki announced the opening of their website, http://acawiki.org, to the public. AcaWiki’s semantic-wiki based website allows scholars, students, and bloggers to easily post summaries, and discuss academic papers online. All content posted to the site is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license.Also note the Creative Commons 3.0 attribution license. Commercial and derivative works allowed. Just give due credit to those you borrow from. It's so nice to see so many academics that get it.