Applying Wikis To Data Management


Over the past 20 years, wiki technology has revolutionized the way information is produced and distributed, by enabling people to add, edit and delete online content in collaboration with one another. Rather than an individual author producing a static version of the truth, wikis empower the masses to share their knowledge, wisdom and experience, in the hope of creating more complete and accurate coverage of a topic. Wikipedia is by far the best known example of a wiki, but thousands of others

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