What sort of content can I post on this wiki?
If it pertains to BE, breast augmentation (of the bigger-than-housewife-sized implants variety), hard-to-find bras with larger cup sizes and things of a similar theme, you should be fine. If you start going off on wild tangents or spamming, you might be cautioned or you might find your additions removed. Depending on the situation, of course; some artistic license is always welcome.
But I'm not sure if I can put [insert questionable material here] on the wiki.
While we recognize that common sense is in short supply these days, we'll trust you to use yours. If you have doubts about posting something here (eg, out of concern for drawing the ire of legal beagles somewhere), then don't post it. We're not interested in any sort of rebellious causes. You want to be a rebel? Find another wiki/forum and knock yourself out.
You have an interesting thing going on here, but I don't think I'll be contributing. You see, I'm female and have long since grown weary trying to fend off the inane approaches by horndogs everywhere.
We've been around long enough to be empathetic to your situation. If you were to choose to make contributions here, only a wiki admin would be able to contact you, and we'd rather have helpful contributions than stoop to the lowest common denominator. Other than that, you can post to your heart's content; the only way someone would be able to contact you is if you put your contact info on a wiki page somewhere. FWIW, one of the TOF site admins is female. Are you sure we can't change your mind?
What wiki software is this?
That would be DokuWiki.
Nope. Everything will be functional, but you'll miss out on some features, such as the collapsible table of contents.
Who are the wiki admins?
Hey, it doesn't look like I can make any changes to the wiki. Is it broken?
Not likely. You need to login first.
Login? So do I have to register first?
Yes. You'll get a confirmation e-mail with a password. After you login, you can click on Update Profile and change that to something more memorable.
But why do I have to login/register at all? That's such a hassle, and it makes me feel put out that you need to know my personal details.
We don't need to know your personal details unless you decide to post them in the wiki. The forced login/registration helps us to prevent the site from being spammed, so it's to everyone's benefit. Web mail accounts are free and plentiful these days, and if you'd prefer, go set up a free account at www.sneakemail.com to create a throw-away address which forwards to your e-mail account. Note that with registration you also get the option to subscribe to a wiki page (eg, one you've created) thus sending you e-mail notifications when someone edits the page. Besides, if someone is making contributions, it would be nice to give credit where credit is due.
Unfortunately, I've tried to register but the e-mail never arrives.
I don't get the whole 'wiki' concept. For one thing, someone else can just come along and trash my work.
True, someone else could edit out your additions. But with a wiki, it's trivial to go back to a previous version. You could reinstate a prior version if you want.
But the same person keeps removing my changes!
Mention it to one of the wiki admins. We'll do something about it.