Church 2.0 wiki

Peter Bowden and I have been talking about ways to nurture an ongoing conversation about what we’ve been calling Church 2.0. Given the philosophy of what we’re doing, it seemed like the best thing to do would be to create a Church 2.0 wiki, a Web site where anyone can contribute ideas or report on real-world projects. Of course I had to use open-source software to create the wiki (PMWiki).

Read or contribute to the Church 2.0 wiki

If you are asked for a username and password, use “edit” for username and “3d1t0rz” for a password (the fifth character in the password is a zero).

If you would like to contribute, click on “Edit” at the top of the screen. You will be asked for a password — just enter “3d1t0rz” (the fifth character in the password is a zero).

6 thoughts on “Church 2.0 wiki

  1. Administrator

    Sorry, Obijaun — PMWiki has complex authorization set-up, and it looks like I may have created a conflict somewhere. I had tested this with another user, and everything worked fine, so I don’t quite know what happened in your case, but I have now removed one form of security. Would you be willing to try again with the same username and password as above, and let me know whether or not that works? Thanks.

  2. Administrator

    Hi Jean — Wikipedia defines wiki thus:

    “A wiki is a type of Web site that allows the visitors themselves to easily add, remove, and otherwise edit and change some available content, sometimes without the need for registration. This ease of interaction and operation makes a wiki an effective tool for collaborative authoring.”

    Wikipedia is one example of a wiki — although some would argue that creating an encylopedia is not the best application of a wiki Web site. In my opinion, a wiki is an excellent way for a geographically dispersed group of people to collaborate on the early stages of brainstorming and defining a project.

  3. Administrator

    Jess and Obijaun — My bad, incorrect line of code left in config.php file. Now fixed, and tested.

    You now do not need a username — when you go to edit, you will be prompted for a password, and you simply enter “3d1t0rz” (note that the fifth character is a zero).

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