I've had a good idea. I don't get many. Discussed it with a bunch of friends, everyone agrees this could be good.
Widgets are complicated, and even the manufacturers give semi-useless instructions like don't operate electric widgets while soaking in a tub of gasoline and smoking. Books barely scratch the surface.
So the idea is to create a wiki on how to use widgets. Take every aspect and create the detailed manual. Recruit a group of friends to get the project off the ground, then let other widgeteers participate. I know the people, and have access to the publicity. Now all I need is the software.
How do I choose a good wiki platform? I searched G and looked at a bunch of choices, pondered some imponderable comparison sites and am perplexed. Now have less of a clue than before I started looking.
Something lightweight, simple, for this single purpose is all I need. Can afford to spend a few bucks if it helps, but I have no idea what is important here, and there seem to be a thousand variants out there. What are the important features? What makes a wiki easy to use and user friendly? Likely big mistakes? Can't live without features?
All thoughts appreciated! thanks!