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akiy
01-31-2005, 11:34 AM
Hi everyone,

In hopes of creating a revolutionary new method of presenting and collecting aikido information, I am truly excited to present to you the AikiWeb AikiWiki, now available for your persual (and editing!) here:

http://www.aikiweb.com/wiki/

For those of you who many now know what a "Wiki" is, it's basically a dynamic collection of web pages that is open to members of a community to modify. In other words, if you're an AikiWeb member (http://www.aikiweb.com/membership), you'll be able to modify the information on the current AikiWiki pages as well as add new pages. This means that you, the AikiWeb community, will be at the helm of this grand project of collecting as much information that we have on the art of aikido!

One note, though. To keep all of the information open for the AikiWeb community as well as others who may with to re-use the information, the license behind the AikiWiki is known as the Creative Commons License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/). This means, basically, that you'll need to be careful about re-using other people's information (from other websites, books, publications, etc). Original material (either by you or by someone else with permission to publish under the Creative Commons License ) is appreciated!

There are many other resources regarding aikido out there that have been compiled by a small number of people. I believe that we can harness the vast collection of aikido experience that the AikiWeb community brings to create a much broader and open collection of aikido information. I will need your help in reaching this vision. I can not do this alone; but with your help, we can create a resource valuable to the entire aikido community that will be truly greater than the sum of its parts.

So, please contribute your thoughts, ideas, experiences, and energy to this AikiWiki. I truly believe this can become something amazing if we all work together.

Any and all thoughts on the AikiWiki would be greatly appreciated!

Best regards,

-- Jun

ian
01-31-2005, 11:41 AM
Sounds beyond me Jun, but your innovation is awe-inspiring!

Pankration90
01-31-2005, 12:14 PM
The technique section of the aikiwiki (http://www.aikiweb.com/wiki/) is empty. I would appreciate and I'm sure lots of others would as well if people helped add more to it. :)

http://www.aikiweb.com/wiki/techniques/home

akiy
01-31-2005, 01:35 PM
Hmm... This sort of list could be kept in the AikiWiki...

http://www.aikiweb.com/wiki/people/home

I just went and created two new lists at the above page:

http://www.aikiweb.com/wiki/people/highrankingwomen - Aikido female yudansha with ranks at or above 6th dan.

http://www.aikiweb.com/wiki/people/nonjapanese - Non-Japanese aikido yudansha with ranks at or above 7th dan

Neither list is complete nor intended to be totally accurate. The first list I created off the top of my head (with a bit of research), and the second list was last maintained by the late Ubaldo Alcantara.

Here's your chance, folks, to help bring this list comprehensive and up-to-date!

-- Jun

akiy
01-31-2005, 01:37 PM
The technique section of the aikiwiki (http://www.aikiweb.com/wiki/) is empty. I would appreciate and I'm sure lots of others would as well if people helped add more to it. :)

http://www.aikiweb.com/wiki/techniques/home
Yup -- I wanted to get people's thoughts and input in that (Techniques) section, so I kept it blank. I hope people will contribute their thoughts on the techniques in that section and will feel welcome in adding more techniques, too!

-- Jun

Marc Kupper
01-31-2005, 01:42 PM
Yup -- I wanted to get people's thoughts and input in that (Techniques) section, so I kept it blank. I hope people will contribute their thoughts on the techniques in that section and will feel welcome in adding more techniques, too!

-- JunI've heard there is no technique in Aikido and so it's appropriate that that section remain empty. :)

Overall, this is very cool Jun. Congratulations.

Marc

akiy
01-31-2005, 01:47 PM
I've heard there is no technique in Aikido and so it's appropriate that that section remain empty. :)
WIth that line of reasoning, I can hear someone saying that "the aikido that can be described is not aikido." That would make for a pretty darned empty AikiWiki...
Overall, this is very cool Jun. Congratulations.
Thanks, Marc. Don't I remember that you had some sort of cross-style reference of technique names and such? There's a section (http://www.aikiweb.com/wiki/techniques/reference) (still pretty darned empty) for that in the AikiWiki too...

-- Jun

Marc Kupper
01-31-2005, 01:58 PM
Thanks, Marc. Don't I remember that you had some sort of cross-style reference of technique names and such? There's a section (http://www.aikiweb.com/wiki/techniques/reference) (still pretty darned empty) for that in the AikiWiki too...Yep - but I'm headed to the dojo in a minute.

BTW - about 90% of the time I'm getting XML errors, even on the main http://www.aikiweb.com/wiki/ page. They look like
The XML page cannot be displayed
Cannot view XML input using XSL style sheet. Please correct the error and then click the Refresh button, or try again later.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

End tag 'HEAD' does not match the start tag 'META'. Error processing resource 'http://www.aikiweb.com/wiki/general/home?Dok...

</HEAD>
--^

I need to run but will try again when I get back from class.

akiy
01-31-2005, 02:33 PM
BTW - about 90% of the time I'm getting XML errors, even on the main http://www.aikiweb.com/wiki/ page.
Any feedback you can provide me when you get the chance would be appreciated!

-- Jun

akiy
01-31-2005, 03:27 PM
From this post (http://www.aikiweb.com/forums/showthread.php?p=94249#post94249):
OK. I tried putting up a section in the Styles and nothing comes out. Is there a secret to this. I'm not a computer wiz-I type ok but that's about it.
I think the best way to get used to adding/modifying the AikiWiki is by going to its playground (http://www.aikiweb.com/wiki/wiki/playground) and trying things out. You'll also probably find the syntax guide (http://www.aikiweb.com/wiki/wiki/syntax) to be useful, too. Also, by using the "Show pagesource" link at the bottom left of each page, you can see the code that was used to create that page.

The basics of a Wiki are as folllows.

If you want to create a new page, all you have to do is create a link to a page that doesn't exist. This is done by using the double brackets "[[" and "]]" surrounding a text [[likethis]]. In this instance, the AikiWiki will create a link to a page called "likethis" with the link text itself being "likethis". The same in basic HTML might look like <A HREF="likethis">likethis</A>. If you want to change the text that's being used in the link, you can use something like [[likethis|Go to this page]] which would then link to the "likethis" page with a text that states, "Go to this page" (<A HREF="likethis">Go to this page</A>).

When you create a link, the page itself doesn't exist -- just the link does. That means that you first need to save the page with the link (eg [[ikkyotips|Tips on Ikkyo]]). You'll then see that link as a light-blue color. Click on it and you'll get a page stating that "This topic does not exist yet." To add content to that page, click on "Create this page" near the bottom left. Doing so will bring up the editor which will enable you to create that page.

You can always use the "Preview" button when editing/creating a page to make sure that what you want is what you get.

Does that help?

-- Jun

PS: I went and created a link on the styles (http://www.aikiweb.com/wiki/styles/home) AikiWiki page for help on choosing a dojo. You might want to use that to create your page with your ideas on how to choose a dojo...

akiy
01-31-2005, 07:53 PM
Hi everyone,

To head off any confusion before it starts...

One of the hallmarks of a Wiki is that the documents within them are modifiable by anyone within the community. This means that if you submit a page or edit in a document, what you wrote may be changed by anyone else in the community. In effect, no one really "owns" a document but, rather, it becomes the community's.

Of course, I'll be taking a look to make sure the changes are appropriate, but please understand that the underlying philosophy of a Wiki is for creating a dynamic, open repository of ideas!

Thanks,

-- Jun

rob_liberti
02-01-2005, 08:50 AM
Do these different organizations listed here on the aiki wiki each have their own stated goal/purpose? Do they favor certain principles over other ones in general? Is there a fair description of all the "different approaches to teaching and learning"? I *know* there is a negative way to express some of these ideas, but there is also a postive way. I would love to see that information here.

Just curious, what does the end of the Andrew Sato sensei entry mean? "Andrew Sato, shihan-dai, 6th dan, until January 2005" Is he still alive? Is he no longer with AAA?

Thanks,
Rob

Bronson
02-01-2005, 09:40 AM
I believe he is no longer with the AAA organization.

Bronson

SeiserL
02-01-2005, 09:43 AM
You never cease to amaze me m'friend. When I get some time I will make a pot of coffee, trun on some jazz, and brainstorm for what its worth. Thank you for the opportunity to learn from each other.

akiy
02-01-2005, 10:58 AM
The posts regarding the CAA have been split off to this thread:

http://www.aikiweb.com/forums/showthread.php?t=7469

-- Jun

tarmath
02-01-2005, 11:11 AM
Wonderful!

And I've been seriously thinking a wiki would be magnificient for the aikido community for the past 2 weeks... now the only thing needed is people participating.

One thing tho, I see a little difference in the license of aikiwiki and of other wikis available on the internet:

aikiwiki: Attribution: You must give AikiWiki and AikiWeb original author credit.
other wikis: Attribution: You must give the original author credit (as stated in the creative commons license) in other words, contributions remain the property of their creators.

Could you explain?

Math

akiy
02-01-2005, 11:22 AM
And I've been seriously thinking a wiki would be magnificient for the aikido community for the past 2 weeks... now the only thing needed is people participating.
Indeed! I see that there have been some activity already. Thank you to everyone who has contributed so far!

One thing tho, I see a little difference in the license of aikiwiki and of other wikis available on the internet:

aikiwiki: Attribution: You must give AikiWiki and AikiWeb original author credit.
other wikis: Attribution: You must give the original author credit (as stated in the creative commons license) in other words, contributions remain the property of their creators.
Thanks for finding that! I've fixed this to be more in-line with the Creative Commons license that we're using here...

-- Jun

rob_liberti
02-02-2005, 11:00 PM
How is this policed? Like for instance, if I decided to list my 1 year old son as an uchideshi of O-sensei. Is there a wiki fact checker? It seems like someone who is wrong - that has a lot of time on their hands - could constantly change things back (to the wrong information) no matter how many times other people correct it.

Rob

akiy
02-02-2005, 11:31 PM
Hi Rob,

That's part of the interesting part about Wikis. As they are "open" repositories, it's up to us in the community to watch over the information and improve upon them when we can. So, we, the AikiWeb community itself, serve as the "fact checker." I would hope that should you list your one year old son as an uchideshi to the founder, someone would go and correct that information. There is always the option of reverting to an older revision of a page by loading up the older revision, copying its page source, and then using that to undo changes.

As only AikiWeb members are allowed to edit the AikiWiki, it will be quite easy to shut down people's accounts if they misbehave too much.

Thanks, by the way, to everyone who has contributed. I see that there have already been a lot of new pages and information!

Best,

-- Jun

ruthmc
02-06-2005, 04:54 AM
Hi Jun,

A minor point re: the Aikido styles section of Aikiwiki - technically the BAB (British Aikido Board) is not a style, but a governing body representing UK Aikido organisations from all styles of Aikido. It is inaccurate to list it under 'Aikikai' as a style, because its members are from all the different styles. Can it be listed under the heading of a governing body rather than under a style?

I'd rather not make any changes without asking first!

I'm also wondering if the BAB is unique in this, or does anyone else in the world have an umbrella organisation that represents all Aikido styles in their country?

Ruth

Ecosamurai
02-07-2005, 06:04 AM
Hi Jun,

A minor point re: the Aikido styles section of Aikiwiki - technically the BAB (British Aikido Board) is not a style, but a governing body representing UK Aikido organisations from all styles of Aikido. It is inaccurate to list it under 'Aikikai' as a style, because its members are from all the different styles. Can it be listed under the heading of a governing body rather than under a style?

I'd rather not make any changes without asking first!

I'm also wondering if the BAB is unique in this, or does anyone else in the world have an umbrella organisation that represents all Aikido styles in their country?

Ruth

Likewise, The BAA is a tomiki organisation IIRC, I'll prob change it in the near future when I have some spare time

Mike Haft

PS - I'm amazed at how many high ranking non-japanese are listed on the wiki, I didn't realise there were that many. It brings up an interesting point about how to deal with 'independent' dojos and teachers on the wiki, I'll enjoy watching how it works out. :freaky:

justinc
02-07-2005, 10:16 AM
I'm also wondering if the BAB is unique in this, or does anyone else in the world have an umbrella organisation that represents all Aikido styles in their country?

That was the same point I was making about the now-moved CAA sub-thread. It too is an umbrella organisation rather than a specific stylistic one.

akiy
02-07-2005, 07:43 PM
A minor point re: the Aikido styles section of Aikiwiki - technically the BAB (British Aikido Board) is not a style, but a governing body representing UK Aikido organisations from all styles of Aikido. It is inaccurate to list it under 'Aikikai' as a style, because its members are from all the different styles. Can it be listed under the heading of a governing body rather than under a style?
Sure, sounds good. Maybe something like, "Cross-Stylistic Organizational Bodies" might be a good heading.

Of course, I personally don't think that Aikikai is a "style" nor do I hope that I've ever labeled it as such, but that's a totally different issue.
I'd rather not make any changes without asking first!
Actually, by all means, please do make changes without asking first! I do not want to be any sort of "central processing" person to OK or not OK changes. In the long run, that's for the community (ie all of you!) to decide...

-- Jun

akiy
02-07-2005, 07:51 PM
That was the same point I was making about the now-moved CAA sub-thread. It too is an umbrella organisation rather than a specific stylistic one.
I don't know to whom you are aiming your remarks, but I personally have not labelled the California Aikido Association as being an organization that represents a single "style." As stated in the other thread (http://www.aikiweb.com/forums/showthread.php?t=7469), the CAA is, however, very much within the Aikikai organization. It seems as though Ruth is saying that the BAB has "sub"-organizations within it that does not "report" to Aikikai; this is a very different situation than the CAA wherein all dojo within its three divisions "report" to the Aikikai organization.

Please redirect all further discussions about the CAA to the other thread (http://www.aikiweb.com/forums/showthread.php?t=7469). Thanks.

Hope that helps,

-- Jun

Neil Mick
02-08-2005, 12:43 AM
Awesome!

Thanks, Jun! :)

ruthmc
02-09-2005, 04:01 AM
Thanks Jun,

I've made the proposed changes, and will happily contribute without asking permission in future :)

It seems as though Ruth is saying that the BAB has "sub"-organizations within it that does not "report" to Aikikai
Yes, this is correct. The BAB reports to Sport England, which is a UK government sub-department of the ministry of Sport and Culture (or whatever it's called these days!). Its main responsibilities are to provide information about Aikido of all styles in the UK, to arrange insurance cover for clubs, teachers and students, and to provide instructor training at all levels (teaching us how to teach!) in the form of coach courses. It also handles complaints and disputes. Once per year it organises a large multi-styles seminar open to all Aikido students in the UK, taught by different instructors representing the different styles.

Individual organisations belonging to the BAB may or may not have their own affiliation with the hombu of their style, but this is considered to be their own affair and is nothing to do with the BAB.

Hope this clears up any confusion!

Ruth

akiy
02-09-2005, 10:19 AM
I've made the proposed changes, and will happily contribute without asking permission in future :)
Thanks, Ruth, for your contribution!

Also, thanks to everyone else who has been adding to the AikiWeb AikiWiki (http://www.aikiweb.com/wiki) so far. There's been a lot of contributions and the wiki is starting to look great!

Are there any suggestions that anyone has on improving the AikiWiki?

-- Jun

Ecosamurai
02-09-2005, 10:27 AM
I've always thought that anecdotes about O Sensei are really great. I think the Wiki offers an opportunity to collate them and attribute sources while some of those people who trained with O Sensei are still around.

There are some great stories that appear in books by O Sensei's deshi that would be a good starting point. I'm thinking of stuff like Shioda's recollection of O Sensei dodging bullets. I've read some good ones by Roy Suenaka in his book and IIRC there are some in Saotome's book(s).

I'm sure that in addition to these there are all sorts of stories that have been told by teachers to students but never written down. Now's the chance.

We might have to ask permission from authors to take copyrighted material from books.

How about it Jun?

More importantly, where do we put it on the wiki?

Mike Haft

akiy
02-09-2005, 10:34 AM
Hi Mike,

Yes, I think it would be necessary to obtain explicit permission (eg in writing) from the copyright holders to place their information into the AikiWiki. Also, there's the implication that the information would then be placed under the Creative Commons License that may not be what the copyright holders would like.

However, here's an idea. If people can think about it both in terms of usefulness and also legality, I'd appreciate it. Maybe we could paraphrase (ie put into our own words) these stories and put them into the AikiWiki with attribution to where the original story may be found? So, for example, we can talk about the founder's "bullet-dodging" story and reference the publications (eg Gozo Shioda, Aikido Jinsei, first edition, page xxx)?

Maybe we can create another link off of the General section of the AikiWiki for "Anecdotes about the founder"?

-- Jun

Ecosamurai
02-09-2005, 11:54 AM
Hi Mike,

Yes, I think it would be necessary to obtain explicit permission (eg in writing) from the copyright holders to place their information into the AikiWiki. Also, there's the implication that the information would then be placed under the Creative Commons License that may not be what the copyright holders would like.

However, here's an idea. If people can think about it both in terms of usefulness and also legality, I'd appreciate it. Maybe we could paraphrase (ie put into our own words) these stories and put them into the AikiWiki with attribution to where the original story may be found? So, for example, we can talk about the founder's "bullet-dodging" story and reference the publications (eg Gozo Shioda, Aikido Jinsei, first edition, page xxx)?

Maybe we can create another link off of the General section of the AikiWiki for "Anecdotes about the founder"?

-- Jun

Sounds pretty good, I'm not too up on the legal issues but I'm sure that the authors of the books would probably say yes if asked, its a bit trickier in the case of deceased authors such as Shioda.
The general section would seem the best place to put it. I know that stories like that about O Sensei are often told and can be quite inspiring, unfortunately they often get distorted.

Mike

Marc Kupper
02-11-2005, 02:20 AM
Is the playground in a different namespace than aikiwiki? The reason I ask is from the playground I tried to create a link to
[[vocabulary/hidari|left]] but the resulting URL has an extra "wiki" stuck in it.

E.g., I wanted the URL to be
http://www.aikiweb.com/wiki/vocabulary/hidari
but I got
http://www.aikiweb.com/wiki/wiki/vocabulary/hidari

Paul Sanderson-Cimino
02-11-2005, 10:06 AM
I continue to wonder about the usefulness of subdomains. Why not be like Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/) and just have everything in the Wiki directory? I think the current setup is a bit of a pain, and overly restrictive. For example, why should shomenuchi have a vocabulary entry AND an 'attack' entry? It seems like it should be listed in both lists, but link to the same consolidated page.

Marc Kupper
02-11-2005, 01:09 PM
Is the playground in a different namespace than aikiwiki? The reason I ask is from the playground I tried to create a link to
[[vocabulary/hidari|left]] but the resulting URL has an extra "wiki" stuck in it.Thank you to Paul Sanderson-Cimino's comment about subdomains (the post just above this one) I was able to answer my own question. To get from the playground to migi I would use [[vocabulary:hidari]].

I also agree with Paul's comment that there should only be one page about shomen uchi (to use an example) and that the vocabulary and attacks lists would both reference this.

I'm also leaning towards the single domain suggestion. There can be a fair amount of crossover between history and people for example and many of the domains (subdomains?) overlap with vocabulary. One domain would simplify creation of links while not affecting the outer appearance/structure of aikiwiki.

BTW Jun -- I seem to have fixed my aikiwiki access problems by hitting "reset defaults" for most of my Internet Explorer option pages. I must have had something screwed down too tight. I may go back and tighten down the settings as I believe Microsoft is a bit too liberal with just allowing code to run…

akiy
02-11-2005, 02:21 PM
Hi Paul, Marc,

What you write regarding the single "domain" makes sense. Let me see what I can do at this point. If I made the AikiWiki homepage editable, do you think you would have time and effort to make the changes?

Marc, I'm glad your browser is working with the AikiWiki again. Thanks for troubleshooting!

-- Jun

Marc Kupper
02-12-2005, 03:45 AM
What you write regarding the single "domain" makes sense. Let me see what I can do at this point. If I made the AikiWiki homepage editable, do you think you would have time and effort to make the changes?Hi Jun. Let's see what others say about this. I'm going back and forth on it at the moment and have also e-mailed some wikiwizards. I tend to like to organize things and the subdomains do allow for that. It mainly gets complicated when someone wants to add a page that does not quite fit into an existing pigeonhole.

If we do switch to a single domain is there a way to edit/move the raw page files or would be use the wiki interface to add the pages back, one by one?

akiy
02-12-2005, 09:45 AM
Hi Marc,

I might be able to do a bulk of the moves on the server itself (ie outside of the AikiWiki interface), but I'll keep from doing it until I get more discussion on this subject. If anyone else has thoughts on the use (or non-use) of subdomains in the AikiWiki, please share!

-- Jun

akiy
02-15-2005, 10:03 AM
Hi everyone,

So, any more thoughts that would keep me from going from the current set-up of using "subdomains" to a single domain in the AikiWiki?

Otherwise, I'll probably start moving things sometime soon...

-- Jun

akiy
02-15-2005, 03:34 PM
Hi folks,

I went ahead and "converted" the AikiWiki from using subdomains to a single domain.

Hopefully, this will enable people to add to the AikiWiki in a more efficient manner!

Best,

-- Jun

Marc Kupper
02-20-2005, 10:54 PM
I went ahead and "converted" the AikiWiki from using subdomains to a single domain.

Hopefully, this will enable people to add to the AikiWiki in a more efficient manner!Thank you Jun. I've gotten swamped in projects lately and so only been able to deal with things like aikiwiki on a hit-n-miss (and usually miss) basis.

Marc

Fred26
03-31-2005, 12:45 AM
Hello.

I noticed that Aikiwiki does not have an article on Koichi Tohei. I myself wrote the Koichi Tohei article (about 90-95%) on the main Wikipedia site, and I was wondering if it were at all possible to simply copy that piece of text into Aikiwiki?

I went over the rules&regulations&licenses of Aikiwiki but I'm still unsure if such a transfer of text is allowed. Anyone know for sure how this works? :)

akiy
03-31-2005, 10:08 AM
Hi Fredrik,

I'm not 100% sure, either.

The Wikipedia uses the GNU Free Documentation License (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Text_of_the_GNU_Free_Documentation_License) and the AikiWiki uses the Creative Commons License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/).

Does anyone here have knowledge on if a document written through the GNU Free Documentation License can be "transferred" to a site using the Creative Commons License?

-- Jun

Gustaf Rydevik
04-17-2005, 11:47 AM
Jun, I was thinking that a dojo section might be useful as a complement to the dojo database. In that way, one could find out more about dojos in the area one is interested in. Since the front page is admin-only, could you please add such a section?

akiy
04-17-2005, 09:19 PM
Hi Gustaf,

What sort of information would you want about dojo that is not in the dojo search engine that you feel would be beneficial in the AikiWiki?

-- Jun

Marc Kupper
07-19-2006, 07:17 PM
I wanted to use the playground [1] but it and other aikiwiki pages seem to be in read only mode. I don’t see an edit button and when I switch to “Show Page Source” mode it says “This page is read only. You can view the source, but not change it. Ask your administrator if you think this is wrong” across the top. Below the page source box it says “Logged in as: Marc Kupper wiki/playground.txt • Last modified: July 19, 2006, 5:00 pm.” The date/time seem to get updated (to the nearest hour) but I can’t make changes.

Marc

[1] http://www.aikiweb.com/wiki/wiki/playground

akiy
07-20-2006, 10:30 AM
Should be fixed now. Thanks for the report.

--- Jun

akiy
08-10-2006, 12:11 PM
Hi everyone,

For those folks who use RSS feeds, I just wanted to point out that there's an RSS feed for recent changes in the AikiWiki which is available here:

http://www.aikiweb.com/wiki/feed.php

I've subscribed to this feed in my RSS feed reader so I can keep up with all new changes that have occurred in the AikiWiki...

-- Jun

akiy
03-07-2007, 02:00 PM
Hi everyone,

I have updated the software powering the AikiWeb Aikido AikiWiki with one that more tightly integrates itself with the AikiWeb Forums. It's based off of the software that underlies the famous Wikipedia so those of you who are familiar with it should feel right at home.

You can access the new software here:
http://www.aikiweb.com/wiki/
As always, please do let me know if you run into any issues.

Thanks,

-- Jun

akiy
03-07-2007, 03:28 PM
Hmm... Errors...

I'm looking into it.

-- Jun

akiy
03-07-2007, 04:20 PM
Let's see if it's working now. I've re-opened the AikiWiki once again with my fingers crossed!
http://www.aikiweb.com/wiki
-- Jun

akiy
03-07-2007, 05:33 PM
Hi folks,

For those of you who use RSS feed readers, you can point your reader to the following RSS feed to track the latest additions and changes to the AikiWiki:

http://www.aikiweb.com/rss/aikiwiki.rss

Enjoy!

-- Jun

akiy
03-14-2007, 12:10 PM
Hi folks,

I just wanted to thank all of the updates that people have made in the AikiWiki over the past week. The AikiWiki is a community effort, so I appreciate all of the work you put in. All AikiWeb members are able to create new pages and modify already existing ones, so please help out!

http://www.aikiweb.com/wiki (http://www.aikiweb.com/forums/../wiki)

Thanks,
-- Jun