I'm very pleased to announce that as of today, DotNetNuke has an official community wiki
The wiki has been seeded with a bit of content by the team, but we're really very focused on encouraging contribution of content from our community. To that end, while the wiki is moderated, all registered members have permission to create content.
Unlike forums and blogs, the point of the wiki is to provide a strictly informational, objective resource. It won't include opinions or author recommendations, but will focus on providing accurate, verifiable information as a service to users of all kinds. Whether you are a site administrator, module builder or skin designer... the wiki should become an invaluable resource to you.
As I mentioned earlier, we are focused on encouraging contribution. We'll be watching the wiki edits and keeping note of where the great information is coming from so that we can both recognize and reward your participation in this community resource. You'll be hearing more about that soon.
For now, please feel free to browse some of the content on our new wiki. Take a moment and update an article with something you know about DotNetNuke... everyone will appreciate it!