I was challenged to action on this forum, so here it is: I started a notebook/wiki on everything related to SAFE Network, as I am starting to explore it myself, at maidsage.com. It’s an independent, unofficial, and public wiki, open to everyone, and I really felt a need for it. This level of openness is an experiment but I hope it will work out fine.
The intention is to fill gaps, and serve as a guide and dashboard. It will link to many posts on this forum. Personally I will be mainly searching for an in-depth, accurate understanding, possibly from a fresh viewpoint, which may complement the other excellent resources already available for the more general public, but the scope will not be limited and will be up to other contributors. It will not be a place for opinions (we already have this forum for that), but a place for facts.
The wiki is under automatic git version management to preserve all contribution history, and allow recovery from any vandalism. The server is located in Canada. I tried to minimize my cost and get things up and running as quickly as possible, and my time is quite limited, so bear with me.
There used to be an official wiki that I believe was shut down at some point because of stale content. I plan to avoid that and preserve the wiki forever on SafeNet one day (if I will be able to afford the required PUTs :-).
Edit: Received a report of not being able to register. This issue was resolved and tested. The wiki is not configured to send email, so select your password and please do not lose it. If needed, register with a new id or if your id is the same as on this forum, request your id to be deleted so that you can re-create it with a new password.
Edit 6/12/2019: All wiki content including history is now publicly available: https://github.com/drirmbda/maidsage-wiki.
Edit 6/16/2019: Added alternate language pages for translations. Additional languages can be added on request.
Edit 7/8//2019: Added capcha for signup and a simple approval process for edits to keep spam bots out.