We all know what Wilki is, its that web site that I seem to refer to when looking for information about something, or some one. But behind it is a really powerful, free software package that can be used for storing information. The free MediaWiki software is best known for powering Wikipedia, but you don’t have to be writing an encyclopedia to put it to good use. Extend, skin, and customize MediaWiki to create any kind of easy-to-update, collaborative web site.
In this article Gina Trapani shows just how easy it is to get this up and running, and the simple means of editing the pages, Why show this on a CPD weblog, simple, I and fast coming to the conclusion that a lot of the information I produce, the details, the articles might just need a better storage than archiving on a WordPress blog, so I am looking at this, but it could so easily apply to your own information gathering, Worth a read and its one of those sit back and think about it problems I mentioned the other day.
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Source: Konstrukshon CPD Weblog – Architectural Technologist – Customize MediaWiki into Your Ultimate Collaborative Web Site
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