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For internal documentation, Sharepoint seems to have taken over (and it has
some Wiki-ish features you can use). Plus, after the first two months, who
do you get to author your wiki content?
For external Wikis, have we resolved the questions of who owns the content
and what if the content causes harm, who's to blame, the author or host?
On Tue, Aug 11, 2015 at 11:57 PM, Rachna Ganguli <rachna -dot- ganguli -at- gmail -dot- com>
> Maybe I am doing something very wrong but my pet peeve with
> confluence-based wikis: You cannot edit/replace a graphic on a page without
> adding a new one.
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