A Sneak Peak of skmFAQs.NET
In an earlier blog entry I asked for suggestions on making a FAQ Web application. Those suggestions, along with my own ideas, is nearing release of an open-source product, which I have named skmFAQs.NET. skmFAQs.NET is designed to make it easy for a group of individuals to create a FAQ-based Web site. In a way it's a Wiki with limited access - only explicitly specified users can alter the FAQ contents, and there are varying levels of permissions, from full-blown administrators to folks whose FAQs must be approved by a moderator before they'll appear on the site. (For more on skmFAQs, see this FAQ: What is skmFAQs.NET?)
Anywho, I'm hoping to finally get a beta version out the door by the end of this week. In the mean time, I have crated the “official” skmFAQs.NET site, aptly named, http://skmFAQs.NET. If you have a moment, why not take a gander and let me know if you find any typos, oddities, or have any suggestions on making the site more usable. And please take pity on me, I am by no means a graphical kind of person; the site is all text and done up in a yellow theme.
Once I release a beta of skmFAQs.NET, I'll be very interested in having folks give it a whirl, letting me know what issues they encountered in setting it up, what bugs they find, feature suggestions, etc. If you'd like to be a beta tester, watch this blog as I'll post an entry once the beta is available for download. Thanks!