It has been brought up that the site should include a wiki. I'm not going to get into what a wiki is here. There are tons of articles out there on teh interwebz, Google is your friend here. Why we are using a library vs. a wiki: The software for the site is vBulletin and the main reason we are not using a wiki is purely technical in nature. There exists at this time no good solution for blending the two. There are multiple issues including: Sharing of the user permissions - The one hack available does a poor job with it limited support for special characters and spaces. All user names would have to be reviewed and any with special characters or spaces would need to be changed. Group Management - User groups are not preserved across the two products. All user groups would need to be duplicated for the wiki. Ease of Editing - The wiki uses different tags and syntax for text and images format and placement. That in its self is a larger barrier. Users would have to learn a second way of posting. Skin Integration - This is also handled poorly. It may be a little vain of me but I'd want it all to have the same look and feel. Whats in the future: vBulletin 4, due in 3rd qtr 09 is said to have a wiki feature available at an extra cost. Unlike other version of vBulletin 4.0 will not have a public beta period but will released after a 2 week beta by 50 of the largest forum operators. Given that Internet Brands owns JelSoft, the company that writes all the vBulletin code, the collective community is not jumping at moving to 4.0 very quickly. There is quite the community of developers around 3.x versions and without time to work on 4.0 there will be a void between the release and when additional features that this and many other site rely on. As I do vBulletin development on the 3.6+ platform for a day job you be sure I'll be digging into 4.0 in a test environment when it is released.