Strange, I must have missed that post.
ParserFunctions is installed  ]'>I have no idea; I've never been admin for a wiki before. From what I've read at the Traxus Project, I'm pretty sure it's an add-in module for Mediawiki. Evidently MW is extensible that way. IMO, includeonly/noinclude blocks and ParserFunctions are the two most valuable add-ons we use, to start with. Creating useful (i.e. anything beyond simple boilerplate text) templates is hobbled without them.Um, to be honest, I don't know! How could I tell? If we don't then I'm sure they can be enabled. [)] ]'>
This certainly can (and should) be done in a list for completeness. If the infobox for each model is fairly complete, we can also build categories driven from that info--i.e. if you put "30-pin SIMM" for RAM type, the article would automatically appear in the "Machines using 30-pin SIMMs" category. Wikipedia has three "types" of classifications for Macs, but on a specialist wiki like this we could go really nuts with it.In case my description was a little vague, I'm imagining a page much like http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_operating_systems.
IE: model name column down the left, then columns for CPU, Bus speed, slot type, RAM type/min/max etc.
And not to take over the purpose of every single page on the wiki, with detailed info on each model. More as a handy page where folks can say, "OK, I have a Comm Slot II modem, what machines does it go in?" Sort by slot type.
Great! The more people we can get to contribute edit articles the more accurate we're likely to get them. Which, of course, is the goal. Every sentence counts  ]'>Ok, I bit. I've never edited a wiki before, so this is a learning experience. I added some information about the IIsi having audio input. People have been encouraged to contribute, so I decided to add my 2-cents.