jpenix at projectdesign.com
Thu Apr 26 09:40:46 PDT 2001
I learned about WikiWikiWebs because the Zope (an opensource Python
application server - http://www.zope.org) development community uses them
extensively for coordination of development projects. They seem to be a
great way to let a large community work together to write a module spec.
They call their process a "fishbowl" - everyone can see the thinking and
processes that went into coding, not just the code that results. The
process is described better here:
Obviously there's a robust Wiki module for Zope - http://zwiki.org
I think it's an interesting concept!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bob La Quey" <robertl1 at home.com>
To: <kplug-list at kernel-panic.org>
Sent: Thursday, April 26, 2001 8:03 AM
> A WikiWikiWeb is a web site written by its users. People like you
> and me. Anyone can change any page or create new pages! I am
> curious if anyone has participated in a WikiWikiWeb and what your
> opinions might be.
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