Recent created and updated wiki pages in English, Portuguese, Spanish and Vietnamese languages. And an idea to crowdfund our project using Fundition.

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Steem.center : About | STEEM Rewards | Rules
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Hi steemians! Following what we've doing since March, here is the weekly summary post of our Recent Changes in Steem.center wiki. When not indicated, the articles were updated by @steemcenterwiki ourselves.

August 19

August 18

August 15

August 13

August 13


ARTICLES IN PORTUGUESE

August 19

August 18

August 17

August 13

August 11

August 10


ARTICLES IN SPANISH

August 15


ARTICLES IN VIETNAMESE

August 17

August 14


Check the Recent Changes list page updated live in: https://www.steem.center/index.php?title=Special:RecentChanges&days=14&from=&limit=500

Welcome and thanks to first time participants @takosdiary and @timcliff! Thanks again to come back contributors @adam.tran, @aiyumi, @antigourmet, @casagrande, @flaviusbusck, @freyman, @joaoprobst, @leodelara, @leticiachiantia, @pedrocanella, @ubikalo, @wagnertamanaha and @wiseagent.

Welcome and thanks to all new and returning participants! Thank you very much to keep collaborating even with the shortage of rewards! One more time, even with the well received donation from the Steem.center wiki creator and owner @someguy123 months ago, registered here in this post, we are facing again a tiny rewards period in the posts performance.

Until now all the international contributors form the group of 15 participants with the right to receive a share of the STEEM collected here in August. Unfortunately we need to reinforce and repeat this old post once more: Our reward pool is also dry this month. If you think our wiki content is useful please donate any STEEM value to increase all collaborators share.

Using Fundition crowdfunding to ask for donations


Thanks to @adam.tran's suggestion, @wagnertamanaha plans to open crowdfunding projects on @fundition to ask for donations and offer custom wiki articles as rewards to collaborators there. Anything that can help in this period of dry rewards pool is welcomed. Other wiki participant with ideas to improve our economic model please feel free to reply with your opinions or proposals here or in our Steem.chat #wiki channel.

Project's Balance


Now our wallet has the tiny amount of 5.943 STEEM, according our rules, 60% of all STEEM collected in August - 3.565 STEEM - would be shared among this month's 15 participants. Check our project's rules and join us if you're interested. Or just upvote and resteem this post to increase the rewards and support new participants if you think it is useful. We hope that as we did for July, part of all STEEM collected this month would be shared among the participants in August again.

If you consider all the collaborator's hard work useful and want to support the project with donations and increase our weak reward pool, just transfer any STEEM, SBD value or STEEM Power delegation (check in the rules our upvotes routine) to @steemcenterwiki.

Thanks again to all collaborators, followers and donators! Let's continue contributing to make Steem.center in the wiki about all things Steem!

https://steem.center

Image credits: animated gif and illustrations by @wagnertamanaha.

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Steem is a very complex system and, while a publishing platform, it is rather ill-suited to acting as a knowledge base - it organises articles in chronological order like a blog and does not reward long-life contributions. Therefore, a wiki-like counterpart is a very useful addition.

What about linking the wiki-like application with the steem blockchain and finding an overriding mechanism that manages to reward good contributions even beyond the 7 days limit ?

Imagine the following: one can upvote an article but if the article is older than 7 days then steem.center automatically copies the content and posts a new post with the same content to the steem blockchain so that the "late vote" can now count toward the newly published post ? After all, what deserves upvotes is the quality of the content, a "post" is just a container - if the content is good, moving it from an old, dilapidated container to a new one seems like a good idea. Of course this is contingent upon manual curation of all content on steem.center, just like on Wikipedia, to avoid abuses

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I think it is a good idea! It would work if the process of creating a copy in Steem blockchain when the article is upvoted in the wiki were automated. If our proposal of wiki rewards were attractive another option would be adapting old Steem posts to became articles on Steem.center or vice-versa, I wrote a post about it in: https://steemit.com/steemcenterwiki/@wagnertamanaha/the-birth-of-a-steem-center-wiki-article-about-witness Our project limitation is that all work is managed by hand, nothing is automated, maybe we can evolve to automate the rules applications like your suggestion or even mimic other blockchain and cryptocurrencies driven wikis like Lunyr and Everipedia. Thanks and good luck again!

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Absolutely, the process of "reposting" should be automated. The "work managed by hand" is a "must have" in order to avoid abuses. But then again one can use the "beneficiary" option of the steem blockchain - when a good article is "reposted", it is reposted from the central steemwiki account and adds the manual curator as beneficiary - so the manual curator is incentivized to do a good job because he'll make a bit of steem from his work

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You're welcome! Thanks and good luck again!!