We’re debuting a new feature today– The Saint’s Marginalia Annotation Wiki. The goal is to take something like this and make it a finished product like our annotation of Charles Lamb’s “New Year’s Eve.” For now, we’re asking our users (you!) to register (just click “login” from the wiki homepage, pick a username and password, and you’re ready to start annotating!) before they can edit, but anonymous users can still view all the pages in the wiki and post in the forums.
If you’d like to see what the annotation templates look like before you join, please see one of the following pages:
(After you register and log in, each paragraph will have a pencil-and-paper icon next to it. Just click that icon to start annotating!)
The wiki is still in beta, so if you’re having any trouble using it, or want to suggest a feature, you can leave a comment below, tweet at us @SaintMarginalia, join our Facebook group, or send an email to christianATthesaintsmarginalia.com. Your feedback, encouragement and criticisms are deeply appreciated as we launch this project.
(And I’d like to extend a big thank you to Patrick Madden at Quotidiana for his ongoing encouragement and suggestions.)