@chreekat, I’d mostly like to limit links to either a link on Trustroots wiki or a wiki that we control. Then on Trustroots wiki anyone can add relevant links to good resources.
If Trustroots (and the Foundation) go into the right direction I’d like to put control of all these wikis to the Trustroots Foundation - both domain names and servers.
(Bumped into a mention of digihitch on couchwiki, which is a good reminder to really do this properly. Digihitch was a great hichhiker forum, mainly active with US hitchhikers, but when Salman died his family didn’t seem to want to communicate with me and others, and then the whole thing disappeared from the web.)
I don’t feel like starting any new wikis, but when there’s a good match it can be good if a community “gets” its own wiki. E.g. even though it never took off a good amount work has been put in https://veganwiki.info and it’s much easier to revive a wiki that already has 100s of pages than to start a new one.
Indirectly I do expect the wikis to encourage plenty real life interaction. If active enough, with enough quality, the wikis are a great channel for new signups (through Google and Facebook) and thus also a great way to attract more people to Trustroots (just like Hitchwiki itself was really the only way to get enough critical mass initially).