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Default Wiki for Computer Chess Analysis

Have any of you all seen this site/wiki?

The above link is to a chess openings wiki. It runs the same software,
Mediawiki, that powers Wikipedia.This chess openings wiki works on the
same principle which has made Wikipedia the success that it is today -
open-source collaboration, or Commons-based Peer Production (CBPP).

This wiki offers a place to publish computer chess analysis and to
facilitate other interested chess players to expand on your original
analysis. Some of the pages also have English language commentary
along with the algebraic notation explaining the history behind the
moves, significant games which followed these moves, or interesting
yet unexplored sidelines.

Currently, there appears to be approximately 1,600 web pages contained
within this chess openings wiki.

More information can be found at:
and a number of essays are located at:
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