ResearchID.org is a new wiki that supports intelligent design research through the provision of resources and a forum for collaboration and networking. The site was founded by Joseph "Joey" C. Campana on November 2005.
According to their about page, the purpose of ResearchID.org is for the exploration of hypothetical, empirical, and technological research possibilities for intelligent design. The site is intended as a "springboard" for research ideas and is seeking to theoretically (theoria) and experimentally (praxis) investigate intelligent design. Investigating the explanatory power and predicative abilities of ID is of particular interest here. The scope of research in the database covers the breadth of human knowledge. Research being catalogued is from every discipline of the arts and sciences that are considered academic, including biological, geological, cosmological, astronomical, social sciences and many others.
As of August 2008 there are 2,564 total pages in the database. This includes "talk" pages, pages about ResearchID.org, minimal "stub" pages, redirects, and others that probably don't qualify as content pages. Excluding those, there are 201 pages that are probably legitimate content pages. 98 files have been uploaded. There have been a total of 1,350,847 page views, and 10,400 page edits since the wiki was setup. That comes to 4.06 average edits per page, and 129.89 views per edit.
ResearchID has not been set up for Interwiki linking. A link like
[http://www.researchintelligentdesign.org/wiki/Main_Page Main Page] will appear like this: Main Page and will take you to ResearchID's Main Page.