AUGUST 17, 2009
Wikis are convenient collaborative editing platforms that remove a lot of the legacy awkwardness that traditional editing software brings to writing for the web. Collaborative authoring is another natural use, illustrated beautifully by the Floss Manuals project. Before choosing a Wiki platform, ask yourself some key questions: Do you need granular security? I'm following up on my post suggesting that Wikis should be grabbing a portion of the market from word processors.