RADIX.wiki is a knowledge and community hub for the Radix ecosystem. It is an online knowledge base that can be contributed to and edited by anyone. As of now, the site contains several articles, ecosystem listings, and a jobs board. RADIX.wiki will eventually build a fully decentralized, permissionless knowledge base entirely hosted on Radix and managed by the community as a DAO. The system will grow to rival Wikipedia with the addition of dynamic oracle data feeds, prediction markets, deliberation voting, and other collective intelligence mechanisms to verify information.
- Utility: Knowledge and experience are wasted if they aren’t shared, but a wiki can amplify and focus the collective wisdom, experience, and intelligence of the Radix community, benefitting the whole web3 movement.
- Accessibility: Being spread across multiple locations makes information difficult and slow to find, but a comprehensive wiki can make it easier for community members to find the information they need, whether they are researching a topic or solving a problem.
- Speed: Information on a wiki can be updated within minutes of a new development, giving an immediate benefit to the community.
- Accuracy: Multiple users can contribute and edit content on a wiki, leading to a more comprehensive, balanced, accurate, and up-to-date resource that also reflects the diversity of its contributors.
- Neutrality: Hype can be off-putting for newcomers, but a neutral voice helps people to view information about Radix objectively.
- Simplicity: A user-friendly interface makes it easy for anyone to contribute to Radix, no matter how small.
- Version control: The ability to roll back changes makes it easy to correct mistakes.
- Collaboration: Bringing knowledge and creators together in one place increases the collision rate of the community, leading to more projects and shared endeavors that will compound for Radix over the coming weeks and months.
- Quality control: Since anyone can contribute and edit content on a wiki, it can be difficult to ensure that the information is accurate and reliable.
- Vandalism: Because anyone can edit a wiki, it is vulnerable to vandalism and sabotage by malicious users.
- Ownership: Since the information is contributed by multiple users, there can be issues with ownership and authorship. It can be difficult to determine who should get credit for a particular contribution or how to resolve disputes between contributors.
How to contribute
To contribute to RADIX.wiki, one can:
- Edit the page.
- Ask questions and make suggestions in the comments section.
- Enquire about sponsorships.
Those interested can connect with RADIX.wiki on Twitter @Untitled or leave a comment on the site. To edit on RADIX.wiki, one can sign up for Notion, click on the link, and make any changes desired as all edits are saved and published automatically.