An idea I've had...

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  1. jumbopackage

    jumbopackage Well-Known Member

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    I've been thinking of starting up a wiki for cyclone athletics. Our entry on wikipedia is really probably sufficient for wikipedia, but I've been thinking that I'd love to start a really in-depth "Cylonepedia" that has details about as much minutiae as possible about the present and past of ISU athletics. Think of it as a media guide on steroids.

    What do you all think? Does such a thing sort of already exist? I've already got the resources to host it, I just don't know if it's something that's worthwhile to spend some time on.
     
  2. jdoggivjc

    jdoggivjc Well-Known Member

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    I think if you create it Jeremy should make a CF link to it :yes:
     
  3. ISU_phoria

    ISU_phoria Well-Known Member

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    Agreed - Or, work with Jeremy to make it a part of this site rather than a separate site. Love the idea though!
     
  4. brianhos

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    Another cool site idea....

    A big pic of JTS, with google maps embedded, so we can notate where we sit. I know there are lots of CF'ers that sit in my section, it is just hard to know.
     
  5. ISUFan22

    ISUFan22 Well-Known Member

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    I like this.
     
  6. keepngoal

    keepngoal Jobless Jerk
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    #6 keepngoal, Oct 26, 2007
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    you and your crazy, illogical, zany ideas.

    btw: great idea.

    - keep.
     
  7. price26

    price26 Well-Known Member

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    I think all these are good ideas, a wikipedia for Cyclone Sports would rock.
     
  8. jbhtexas

    jbhtexas Well-Known Member

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    The ones with the bugged out eyes and wearing wrist braces for carpal tunnel syndrome are the CF'ers...
     
  9. tejasclone

    tejasclone Well-Known Member

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    Ha, and I was just thinking that we almost need a wikipedia entry to trace the evolution of the legend Roger Sprague.
     
  10. jumbopackage

    jumbopackage Well-Known Member

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    Roger Sprague would certainly benefit by being included in the cyclonepedia :biglaugh:
     
  11. cyclonekj

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  12. Jeremy

    Jeremy CF Founder
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    I actually had a CyWiki started about 10-12 months ago but stopped because I didn't know if people would like the idea or not. I can resurect it from my backups and post a link to it this weekend if people would be interested. It was somewhat seperate from the site so it could be easy to use but it was also integrated enough to keep the CF look.
     
  13. cycloneworld

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    What ever happened the the map showing where all of the CFers are from? It was interesting to see all of the places around the US (and world) were located.
     

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