To be done
- A small tutorial or a FAQ page on how to write a good wiki article for the repository
- A repository of the figures/block diagrams
- A page with a suggested list of articles on the wiki to read for someone new to information theory. It might also be helpful to list recommended introductory text books and seminal papers from journals and/or conferences.
- Remove logo (animated gif) at the top left (I second that)
- I am a big fan of [dokuwiki] which is another PHP-based wiki, which stores the page data as simple .txt files. It then becomes possible to "checkin" the entire wiki into a source code repository and allow people to edit the content with the editor of their choice. ([example] [repository]) If you are interested in switching over I would be glad to help setup dokuwiki for you and the LaTeX math plugin.
- I would appreciate a section for discussions on specific papers and a section (or subsection) for Errata of papers. Sometimes typos or errors in papers can give people a hard time, it would be useful to have a place where one can ask for help or maybe check if there is an already spotted error in the paper he/she is trying to decipher
- A section for famous conjectures, open problems and best available results (like the 3/4 conjecture, the best bounds on the zero error capacity on graphs etc.)
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