Interesting idea Dan. And I appreciate your willingness to contribute. I have the impression that you know more than a few things about this topic, and have plenty to contribute.
I'm torn about it. On the one hand, I think it would be wonderful to have a well-referenced, well-organized wiki of all of the various promising interventions.
On the other hand, if we are not very careful about setting out the rules ahead of time and inviting only very specific people to enter data only according to those rules, we may end up with a poorly referenced, poorly organized mess of ideas, including everything from rigorous studies of CR in primates, to butter coffee from the Bulletproof diet and ketogenic recipes from Livin la Vida Low Carb.
Given these challenges, I'm highly reluctant to start and organize a wiki. But that could be an interesting project at some point.Reply
Agreed on the benefit to a Wiki, as so much may be lost in long forum threads. However, H+Pedia already has a Longevism section of their wiki. Utilising that instead would tap into their contributor base: https://hpluspedia.org/wiki/Main_PageReply