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Some people might have noticed that the link at the top of permies now says "Permaculture Wiki". If you click on the link is brings you directly to the permaculture category of Appropedia.

I would be awesome to create articles at Appropedia based on thread at permies. Some sort of summaries.
 
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Hi Adrien,

Thanks! (Just realized I never replied.)

What would make it compelling for people to add to Appropedia?
 
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Maybe making a list of threads that would be interesting to turn into an article. The first ones that pop to my mind are:

Tree bog vs. Dry outhouse
growing apples from seeds vs. cloning
the last coffee maker - the most eco coffee maker
 
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