Happy to help out with typos, formatting, etc etc. I'm not going to bullshit you though. When it comes to engineering I am a rookie noob with no experience and not enough classes under my belt. On the technical end I probably can't help you (not yet). On the bright side, all text articles on Lunarpedia are public domain and are at your disposal. Most of what I've done there pertains to chemistry, geology, and ISRU. - JamesR 02:03, 24 January 2009 (UTC)
I thought I had entered the email options, but it turns out you have to autoconfirm and I hadn't done that yet. Should be fixed now.
I had thought I had already read most of the articles here, but there's no index. How is somebody to systematically read it all without using the random page function again and again and again?
The only way I know of to wikify an index, is to make the articles themselves ramify into an outline-type format. That's done with "main article" functions, and "see also" sections. It sort of imposes a outline design, but on the other hand, it gives readers a tree to follow. Otherwise everyone just flails about, trying to find articles with the random page function. Do you need help with this?
BTW, I'm an avid scuba diver myself. Sbharris 20:35, 5 February 2010 (UTC)