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  1. Dear folks, I am looking for any pecan project images you may have that you can donate to our new wiki page for Pecan. Remember when you release your images to our wiki, they become open source, usable by any parties for any non commercial purpose. Your images will be attributed to you, and full credit given. Any parties that use your images will be required to give full attribution and credit to you as well. See our open source policy at Copyrights and License. Please upload your images here in this topic or you can PM me as well. Your contributions are greatly appreciated!
  2. I want to thank @lew and @Gerald for their contributions to our "Black Walnut" wiki page. I put out the call in our Monday topic this past week for Black Walnut project images to be used in our wiki, and Lew and Gerald came to the rescue, thanks so much guys! Have a look at our updated page with some great walnut projects now in the page, thanks to these two gents. Wiki | Black Walnut THEPATRIOTWOODWIKI.ORG Wiki
  3. Milestone It's been a year since I started transferring the chapters of Shelly E. Schoonover's "American Woods" into our wiki. I started with the opening chapters and the Conifers section of the book. After much scanning, typing, and searching for open source images to help give the reader a more interesting view, I have finally installed the last conifer in the Conifers structured pages. Pacific Yew Wiki | Pacific Yew THEPATRIOTWOODWIKI.ORG Wiki What's Next Now, I'll be populating our wiki with The Hardwoo
  4. This is a knowledge-base repository of wood related subjects and the people who make the art and industry, and the tools and machinery used to create and form the wood, and the wood and material and the process's that are used to form and shape the wood.
  5. I have installed a few new pages into our wiki. Populating a wiki with a subject as vast as woodworking will take a lifetime, and help from contributors as well. I know I keep saying, we'll be open soon, and we will, for you to contribute and edit. For now though, I have started transferring over an old out of print, out of copyright book titled "American Woods" by Shelley E. Schoonover. My goal is to have the entire book entered into our wiki, under the category "Wood". Recent wiki activity: https://thepatriotwoodwiki.org/American-Woods https://thepatriot
  6. I am hoping to enlist some extra eyes on this dilemma we are facing with creating certain departments in our wiki. I am currently working on our own wood data base. We all know about the popular and famous "The Wood Database". But in an effort to create one of our own, I need to use the terminology and listings of the properties of the wood. The Wood Database does have all of this, I could copy their structure and format. But I won't and can't. Because well, that would be copying. So in order to be original, and our wiki based on independent "Open Source" research, I need to find a websit
  7. Ya'll ready for a wiki!!! We are making great progress, we'll be open soon and ready for your contributions! It's kind of empty right now, but once you start using it and creating research pages in the realm of woodworking, it should fill up fast and be a valuable tool for woodworkers all over. To see some of the areas we have prepared you can go to The Patriot Woodwiki Home Page And you can follow a few of these links as well for some wiki page samples we have created for you to use as inspiration for your own wiki projects. http://thepatriotwoodwiki.org/Sam+Maloof
  8. First off I'd like to thank all the folks who participated on our Hand Plane Specifications Sheet Template for our new wiki. Now I have another mission I'd like ya'lls help on, I am looking for the main woodworking machinery categories. Just the main ones, we can talk about sub categories at a later date. Of course this is for our new wiki project. Here is what I have thus far. If you feel any of the categories I have so far can be consolidated further, please advise. I look forward to anyone's input and interest! We are looking for any missed categories from what you see below.
  9. Good Monday Morning Patriot Woodworker's! This is your official Monday wake up call and all around nosy inquiry regarding your activities over the weekend and what you may have planned for the week ahead. We like to see what you have built, working on, or are ready to launch into. So go ahead and show us your work, and tell us what's in the oven. Even if your shop was or is dead for the time being, we'd also like to know just overall how the heck are ya. How's life, how's family, how are you? Updates on current happenings As many of you know our winners have been cho
  10. Good Monday Morning Patriot Woodworker's!!! Well, what have yall been up to this past weekend? Did you get some time in the shop? Did you go somewhere special? Or, if it was hot enough in your area, you may have just felt like staying in your home with the air conditioner cranked up and watch some great movies or read a good book! The later was us, my family and I kind of just closed up our home and took it easy, cranked the air conditioner to 78 degrees and hung out with each other, while it was not woodworking related, my son and I had a marathon model building day on Saturd
  11. First off I'd like to thank all the folks who participated on our Hand Plane Specifications Sheet Template for our new wiki. Now I have another mission I'd like ya'lls help on, I am looking for the main hand tool categories. Just the main ones, we can talk about sub categories at a later date. Of course this is for our new wiki project. Here is what I have thus far. If you feel any of the categories I have so far can be consolidated further, please advise. I look forward to anyone's input and interest! We are looking for any missed categories from what you see below. Hand
  12. Good Monday Morning folks! We hope you all had a wonderful weekend and a safe one as well! I was in the shop part of Saturday building a couple jigs for some up coming chairs I am making. The one main jig is called a Side Rung Mortising Jig for the back and front seat posts to accept the side rungs of the post and rung chairs at the correct angles. Here is a picture of the jig being used by the author of the book I am using as a guide called "Chair Making Simplified" by Kerry Pierce. We also want to know in this topic, what did you all get done over the week
  13. Good Monday morning woodworkers! Well out here in the west we are dealing with sweltering heat and it's hard to even get out and cut grass these days. We'll wait until the sun sets then make a mad dash out and run the mower. The shop is a nice and toasty 90 degrees so it's a tad warm in the old woodshop as well but at least it's in the shade. So, what have you all been up to this weekend in your woodworking endeavors? Please post your pics and stories about your weekend here so we can follow your progress and chime in. Charles Nicholls We have a Patriot Woodworker
  14. Good Monday Morning! And what a wonderful week we are heading into. Firstly, what have you been up to over the weekend, what accomplishments, or setbacks have you run into in your shop? Or in life! Whatever they may be we'd love to see some images and we'd love to read about your adventures over the weekend and for the week ahead. As far as your beloved Patriot Woodworker community is concerned we have a couple things brewing as of late.   Just in case you have not noticed, over the last few months we have had a re-appearing link at the top of our navigation bar here on our
  15. Id' like to thank the folks who participated in the first research question as seen at as posted by member Courtland. And now we have another question to spur the creative juices in a woodworker's heart. Let's talk about categories, main categories, if you were given 9 categories to define woodworking, what would they be? These 9 categories should be incredibly general, as there can be endless sub categories. For example, (not in any particular order) Industry (the world in woodworking, business, transportation of wood, milling, management) Technology (tools, machinery, advancem
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