ThinkWiki editors are either mostly dead or or just don't have interest anymore
The process to sign up and be an editor on ThinkWiki is [censored] + potentially people that have the permission to authorize you are dead
yttrium over on the /r/ThinkPad discord have started the project to replace the depreciated and incomplete ThinkWiki
The aim is to provide up to date information on relevant models and a few older models
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Besides that, as long as the contents are correct and useful, I'll give it a thumbs up for the effort.
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Toy: X60F Core Solo U1300
In pieces: two retired but working X61Ts
RIP: 760XD 9546-U9E; X61 7676-A24; and a BOE-Hydis HV121P01-100 in failed SXGA+ mod
It's as a placeholder only
The actual website won't look like that, according to the developer
Even if an administrator can't be found, any current editor can share his/own credentials with someone else he/she trusts.
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I am the founder of ThinkWiki. I am sorry if you had trouble login in.
Some time ago I decided to make the account creation a manual process due to massive spam and abuse.
I am very sorry if some of you had trouble contacting an admin. I will think about a new approach to this.
ThinkWiki is definitely not dead, neither are the admins.
akw AT thinkwiki DOT org
I have written to ThinkWiki admin some years ago to get editors rights. Can't get some, but my hints from that e-mail have been posted on site.
Another Facebook-wannabe in the making!
I call this spamming as well.
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