WIKI

Wikipedia (encylopedia)

Wiki

A collection of websites in hypertext, each of them can be visited and edited by anyone. 'Wiki wiki' means 'rapidly' in the Hawaiian language
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Wiki

An approach to sharing information and knowledge via the web. Wikis allow visitors to update the content, which gives it a community feel. However there is also the risk that knowledgeable contributors may not underpin the content.
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wiki

World Wide Web (WWW) site that can be modified or contributed to by users. Wikis can be dated to 1995, when American computer programmer Ward ... [3 related articles]
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Wiki

an easy to edit, collaborative website.
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Wiki

A wiki is a web site for which the content can be easily edited and altered from the web browser in which you are viewing it. Typically there is an 'edit' button on each page and the wiki is configured to allow either anyone or only people with passwords to edit each page. The word 'wiki' comes from a Hawaiian word meaning 'quick.'
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Wiki

A wiki is a web application which allows people to add, edit, or delete content in collaboration with others, Wikipedia, for example.
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Wiki

Wikis are collaboration tools. They allow multiple people to work in the same document, and that document lives online. Plus, it saves all the old versions, keeps a history of who changed what, etc. So it’s way better than Word in that respect, particular for groups that aren’t on a shared server. But, besides Wikipedia, these haven’t taken o...
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wiki

A wiki is a type of website that allows the visitors themselves to easily add, remove and otherwise edit and change some available content. For more information about the BoardGameGeek wiki go to About the BoardGameGeek Wiki.
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Wiki

— A web site with pages that can be easily edited by visitors using their web browser, but generally now gaining acceptance as a prefix to mean collaborative.” Ward Cunningham created the first wiki, naming it WikiWikiWeb after the Hawaiian word for quick.” A wiki enables the audience to contribute to a knowledge base on a topic ...
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Wiki

An information site that can be edited and added to by readers. See Wikipedia - an online Wiki encyclopedia.
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wiki

An Internet site where information can be edited or added to by readers.
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wiki

is a web page - or set of pages - that can be edited collaboratively. The best known example is wikipedia, an encyclopedia created by thousands of contributors across the world. Once people have appropriate permissions - set by the wiki owner - they can create pages and/or add to and alter existing pages. Wikis are a good way for people to write a ...
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wiki

A wiki is a type of website that allows the visitors themselves to easily add, remove and otherwise edit and change some available content. For more information about the BoardGameGeek wiki go to About the BoardGameGeek Wiki.
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Wiki

A web application that allows users to add content, as on an Internet forum, but also allows anyone
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Wiki

A web application that allows users to add content, as on an Internet forum, but also allows anyone
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Wiki

Software which allows information to be published using collaborative editing.
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wiki

An Internet site where information can be edited or added to by readers.
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Wiki

A collaborative website that allows anyone who has access to it to add and edit content. Wikipedia, an online encyclopedia, is an example of a wiki.
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Wiki

A Web page that is designed to be edited by multiple users, facilitating collaboration on page content. The most notable example of a wiki is Wikipedia.
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Wiki

a website facilitating collaborative editing. The best known wiki is Wikipedia.
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