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Chris Borokowski wrote:
> suggestion is to have an editor of the Wiki who makes sure that
> information goes in consistent places so that it's easy to find for
> wiki non-experts.
Someone needs to be an evangelist, but everyone can be an contributer
and /or editor.
If a page is mislabeled, it can be relabeled and/or moved.
The database-based systems have full versioning, so you can reverse
Wikipeda is one of the more spectacular examples at large.
Note that graphics can be somewhat limited. From what I've seen, you
can't do a lot of fancy stuff that web browsers support. Forget Flash
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