I have also placed a link in the top navigation of the forum.
The wiki is largely empty except where I have started to prepare pages especially around the documentation of the modules.
Although quite un-wiki like, I have opted to lock down the editing to only known users. This is so that there is a bit of structure and some communication between a smaller group of editors.
I gladly setup anyone as an editor, a few of you have already PM'd me and I will send you login details in due course, otherwise if you see a page that you would love to take care of, please PM me here in the forum.
As a wiki editor you will also have access to a special and hidden sub-board here on the forum where we will discuss "editor stuff". There is also a Trello board which I made purely to keep track of the documentation effort. This can be expanded to include other areas of the wiki.
This has been a bit of work to get here, and I still have to write or record an editing guide ... so please have patience ... I will organise access as soon as I can.
In any case, please respond with thoughts, ideas and feedback in this thread or open a new thread in this new sub-board.
A patch section would be cool, especially if it followed some design guidelines. If Grid were modified to allow for patch connections that could be utilized as a great visual aid for the patch section, and keep things uniform.
it wouldn't even need to be super high tech, like you could lay out the modules and with HTML5 canvas you could save the layout as a static image then draw over it with some pre-built html5 drawing application -- or even just screenshot and draw over it with gimp or something. No further coding necessary