> You seem very wiki savvy.
Thanks, but watch out for me: I know just enough to get myself into trouble. I try to be nice, but I have opinions. Heck, I've already got five thumbs down! Have I even been here that many days?
I cut my wiki teeth over at werelate.org; WikiTree seems to be the only reasonable alternative to WR. You seem to have figured out the privacy thing so that people can have pages for living people. WR just bans them. (I don't have an opinion about this, because I don't use genie wikis for living people.)
Both have limits on how far back you'll accept births in uploaded GEDCOMs. But WT has a tighter limit on numbers of people in a GEDCOM. Probably a very good thing.
I'm frustrated a bit by the Profile Manager feature. But that's mostly because I'm on a merging roll (rant?), and want to clean up the colonial New England 'space' and a few PMs are unresponsive. (Yes, I've followed the recommended steps for that.) I'm a bit impatient. That said, I think the benefits of having PMs may outweigh the frustrations.
Over at WR, when one posts to a Talk page, we're given the option to watch the page if we want to be notified. That's different than here; here you have to in essence, watch a page (i.e., join the trusted list) before you can post. Well, kinda. Yeah, I see what you're trying to do with the "bulletin boards".
I might be able to live without Talk pages. The women's maiden name, thing, though? Expect me to keep pushing on that. ;-)
Now it's my turn to go out of town.