This would be a great thing to use our Wikis for! Wikis are a feature that we have been experimenting with, but, as of this writing, I do not believe that they have been fully implemented.
Currently, I know of the following wikis here:
Wiki's are useful for keeping general knowledge as they can be updated at will be several people and don't require multiple nodes to be read to follow the entire discussion.
Unfortunately, most monks will only be able to view the first wiki, but it gives you an idea how they can be used to handle information of this sort.
You can also follow this link about wikis for more information.
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