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> I was wondering if anyone knew of a good example of a company wiki
> if that is the correct term or not) that I can take a peek at..
I installed a wiki here at Quintiq 2 years ago (we call it Qwiki). It
has now (finally)
reached the position I wanted it to and has become the preferred
initial source for
information. They are really wonderful things when they work, but you
evangelize like crazy and learn a lot of patience.
I use dokuwiki, mostly because of its flat file structure instead of
using a database.
This has paid off many times when I had a lot of files to import and
export, which I
do a lot as it serves as both a delivery platform and a source for the
documentation. We have now ported part of the wiki to outside world as
of a customer knowledge base. Most other wikis I have seen seem to use
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