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Old   September 15, 2005, 08:40
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Jonas Larsson
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We are making good progress with the soon-to-be-launched CFD Wiki here at CFD Online. I think we are averaging 200 edits per day now, so people are really dedicated to this

If you like to write about CFD you are very welcome to join our small team of Wiki editors. We are currently a group of ~6 persons who are working hard on filling the Wiki with content and a basic structure. Writing for the Wiki is both fun and a good way to learn. It is not until you have written something yourself that you really learn it. We are a nice team who work well together. We need all the help we can get though !So don't hesitate to join us. If you are interested drop me an email on webmaster@cfd-online.com and I'll give you some more instructions. You can find the Wiki on: http://www.cfd-online.com/Wiki
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Old   September 16, 2005, 06:20
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Thomas
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Well Jonas,

it looks really fantastic. Thanks a lot for your ideas and the tremendous work you are doing here (for us!)

Again, you created a new standard.

I just wonder how many hours you are spending day per day on this issue.

Again: thanks a lot! Thomas
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Old   September 16, 2005, 11:06
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Don't thank me, thank the volunteer editors who are filling the Wiki with content! They are doing a tremendous job. Please consider helping a bit yourself also - we need help from everyone. Inexperienced people can pick a simple subject, like for example writing pages that define variables and dimensionless parameters (examples: eddy viscosity, kinematic viscosity, dynamic viscosity, Reynols number, Prandtl number, Mach number, Froude number, Nusselt, Grashof, Eckman, Peclet, ...). People with some experience can help with describing numerical schemes and solution methods, turbulence models etc. And very experienced people can take a stab at starting a best-practise guideline for their area of expertise!

The Wiki will never be better than the content you all fill it with! CFD Online is only providing the infrastructure to facilitate this.
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