Clay Gordon writes:
As some ChocolateLife members know, I’ve been trying for some time to find a good web-based database solution to keep track of information like bean-to-bar chocolate makers and blogs – not to mention dozens of other categories of information. However, I was not able to find a solution I liked and really didn’t want to code one myself so last week I just decided to take the plunge using a variation of the same software that powers Wikipedia. The Chocolate Resource Wiki was started in the hopes that it will one day become “The Wikipedia of Chocolate” – crowd sourcing (and Open Sourcing) the largest collection of facts and resources about chocolate on the Internet.
The Wiki is designed to complement and enhance TheChocolateLife community, not compete with it or replace it. TheChocolateLife is a place to ask questions, get answers, and share your experiences and passion for chocolate. The Wiki is a place to collect and present factual resources about chocolate: companies who make chocolate and confections, where to buy equipment and ingredients, books and technical papers, and more. This wiki was created to crowd source and Open Source the collection of the largest single repository of facts and resources related to chocolate on the Internet. It was started by Clay Gordon, the author of Discover Chocolate and the creator and moderator of TheChocolateLife.com and is complementary to that community.