I don't know whose dumbass idea it was to move the Lainwiki to the deep web, but who is going to open a TOR browser to read a fuarrrking wiki? What is so secret about Lain? I guess the deep web is 'cool' or something.
So who's up for starting a public facing, cleartext Lainwiki?
Why we shouldn't work with installgentoo.wiki is beyond me. I mean just email them and ask if we could put up a special section for all the things lainchan is known for, instead of separating information across multiple websites, never really reaching an audience.
But if everyone disagrees with me I'm still up for the clearweb lainwiki. TOR is a little too pretentious imo because it's not like we are leaking sikrit ducments or making actual statements that would require anonymity.
>>12248 Whatever "lain wiki" we have is not affiliated with lainchan.org, and thus whoever runs it can do whatever they like with it - it's their site. If you don't want to go to the deepweb to look at websites, don't, it's no great loss to anyone.
If you want a clearnet wiki site set up your own or use an already existing one like >>12250 suggests.
Instead of just debating if the wiki must be on the clearnet or not (which is not a real problem) I think you should answer the following questions: >What kind of content do you want to see on the wiki ? >Do you think adding API support would help ? >How do you think the index must be managed ?