The Squeak community set up a Squeak wiki a while back. I’ve run into it a few times when I’ve looked up material on the project. The other day I finally came upon a link to the main page at wiki.squeak.org. It tells you how to set up your own wiki pages on it, and it has a bunch of resources for learning more about Squeak, and eToys. Some of the links on there are ones I’ve already talked about on earlier posts, but there are others I have not.
I also happened upon a site that appears to document all of the classes in a standard Squeak distribution. [Update 6/9/07 – This wasn’t what I thought it was. It has class documentation but I suspect it’s out of date.]
Anyway, I thought I’d point these out.