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Re: [K12OSN] Re: Alteratives to Wiki



I use Tiki daily.
http://alt.thetinfoilhat.com/tiki-index.php
It handles forums, blogs, structures(chapters), internal and external email, newsletters, watch pages, and about 100+ other cool things. That and it's easy to use and admin
the next v. of tiki has wiki to pdf.
cheers
Dennis


John Ingleby wrote:
For a wiki that definitely *does* work see:

http://www.wikipedia.org

I'd love to know what makes it tick!

John Ingleby
************

On Fri 20 July Gavin Chester <sales ecosolutions com au> wrote:

[snip]
................................................I see a Wiki as seeming like a good idea - but ultimately it can't possibly work
that well in a real world.


Gavin.








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