Anyone use a wiki on their sites?

Discussion in 'Web Design and Development' started by joecool85, Apr 5, 2006.

  1. joecool85 macrumors 65816

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    I had a guy set one up on ssguitar.com It's pretty cool having a wiki.

    Anyone else use wikis?
     
  2. Doctor Q Administrator

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    Perhaps it's obvious, but just in case I'll point out that MacRumors has one here. It uses the MediaWiki software.
     
  3. joecool85 thread starter macrumors 65816

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    lol, I actually had forgotten about the MR one! Haven't looked at that in a while.
     
  4. ChrisBrightwell macrumors 68020

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    We're using one, but it's fairly bare at the moment. I'm working on templates and fleshing out some of the content. Other folks are on board to help w/ content, as well.

    We just announced the project last week.

    http://www.scouthistory.net/
     
  5. eva01 macrumors 601

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    I tried to do a wiki implementation for anime reviews and the such but i didn't quite like it. Too boring to look at. Have never personally looked at the one here.

    so i and a friend are working on our own custom way of implementing such features
     
  6. yellow Moderator emeritus

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    Yes.. I put up a wiki for work to share information.
     
  7. cyberddot macrumors 6502

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    All hail MediaWiki.

    We _finally_ got a wiki running and being ramped up for release to the unwashed at work. Great way to provide and share info, though I'm not sure how well this 70+ bunch will do with that much freedom to change things. I'm looking at it as one of our first steps in the right direction, toward a trusting and open work environtment.




     

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