- 1 What are useful wiki practices?
- 2 Introduction
- 3 Keywords
- 4 Detailed Description
- 5 KM4Dev Discussions
- 6 Examples in Application
- 7 Related FAQs
- 8 Further Information
- 9 Original Author and Subsequent Contributors of this FAQ
- 10 Dates of First Creation and Further Revisions
- 11 FAQ KM4Dev Source Materials
What are useful wiki practices?
Wikis offer a flexible collaboration, editing and publishing platform. But often people only have one model of wiki practices from the most globally visible wiki, Wikipedia. There are many other ways to use wikis. This FAQ is to explore how wikis might be used in various development contexts, explore useful practices, share cases and stories of wikis in use, and connect with other resources on wiki practices. Let's share our knowledge here.
wikis, practices, stories, cases, online_facilitation
At the KM4Dev 2007 Zeist meeting, we decided we should share our practices. We could not get online much, so we'll have to do this later!
[the meat of the topic – clearly, crisply communicated summary of the topic. Where relevant, a brief story – no more than 1-2 paragraphs - of how this topic has been turned into practice, ideally from the KM4Dev archives? If the example is long, separate into a separate subsection]
[Summary of the discussions on the KM4Dev list which provided source material. People who contributed to the discussions are cited at the end of the section in italics: "The following members of the KM4Dev community contributed to the discussion thread on ...: XY (launched the discussion), ...]
Examples in Application
[One or a few practical examples and references that illustrate the topic or show how it is done in practice]
Wiki Use Patterns - not development specific
Original Author and Subsequent Contributors of this FAQ
Dates of First Creation and Further Revisions
February 26, 2007
FAQ KM4Dev Source Materials
[Raw text of email discussions on which the FAQ is based]