I am pleased to be here among such nice people doing such interesting things!
I'm into my seventh decade of having fun, and five of those were with computers in various ways.
When I retired in 2010 I resumed a love of dance that had been set aside for many years. I started doing some different kind of dance every night of the week and trying the Argentine tango for the first time. After a year, it was just tango every night of the week!
In 2015 I started Tango Tribe with teaching and writing. For almost three years, until Covid-19 shut it down, I had my own studio.
With no studio, and wanting to leave the Zoom teaching space to professionals earning a living from tango, I embarked on a "magnum opus" of how to teach yourself how to dance the Argentine tango, and I'm using DokuWiki for the project. DokuWiki, for me, has such a wonderful, approachable feel, for both creator and consumer.
I take a rather different, one might even say "iconoclastic" view of how to teach/learn tango. I seek to create self-discovery experiences where dancers can discover their personal sweet spot among the range of possibilities. I emphasize the improvisational aspects of the dance from the beginning. DokuWiki, to me, seems to nicely support an improvisational style of creating.