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A '''wiki''' is a collaborative website, which has surpassed most people's expectations in allowing collaboration to build a [[knowledge]] resource. At the same time, the many dormant wikis show that it not as simple as installing wiki software and inviting people to contribute - a thriving wiki takes constant work by committed people.
 
A '''wiki''' is a collaborative website, which has surpassed most people's expectations in allowing collaboration to build a [[knowledge]] resource. At the same time, the many dormant wikis show that it not as simple as installing wiki software and inviting people to contribute - a thriving wiki takes constant work by committed people.

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Default.png    See also the Wikis category.
for subtopics, how-tos, project pages, designs, organization pages and more.


A wiki is a collaborative website, which has surpassed most people's expectations in allowing collaboration to build a knowledge resource. At the same time, the many dormant wikis show that it not as simple as installing wiki software and inviting people to contribute - a thriving wiki takes constant work by committed people.

In particular, there have been many attempts at wikis related to sustainability and international development: