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Guy Haas wrote:
> Kevin McLaughlan suggests:
> I'm thinking that the Wiki-wiki concept might be
> a really great way to write the Requirements Specification
> and maybe also the Design Spec for an open-source
> project like OpenOffice.
> Similarly, it might be a great way to develop
> open-source documentation.
> Anybody else? Or should I adjust the meds?
> Wiki-wiki (http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?WikiWikiWeb for those
> who might not be familiar with that tool) or multi-author
> weblog/klog. Might ask that question of John Robb, the
> perpetrator of
After having participated in a Wiki for a while, I've become
less apprehensive over the possibility of WikiVandalism. heh.
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