"Lyle Johnson" <lyle.johnson / gmail.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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> On Tue, 15 Feb 2005 09:17:20 +0900, craig duncan
> <craig-duncan / earthlink.net> wrote:
>
> > I've seen the "maybe that should go on the wiki" response quite a few
times.  My
> > thought about that, though, is when i have problems, i do google
searches.  I've
> > found a lot of answers in ruby-talk but i've never found anything from
the wiki.
> > There's probably a very obvious reason for that.
>
> I was going to explain my take on this, but by the time I got finished
> reading your post it was pretty clear that you already know the
> answer. ;)
>
> If I know what it is I'm looking for, and I'm just not sure where to
> find it, I use Google. For the most part, Wikis are more useful (to
> me) for accidentally stumbling across interesting things. For example,
> I might visit a Wiki and see that article X has been updated recently,
> so I scan it just to see what it's about. That article links to
> article Y on the same Wiki, and so I follow the link, and sometimes
> serendipity kicks in and I find something interesting.

Sounds like an implementation of ManualBot... :-))

    robert