New Mozilla Wiki Launches
Friday June 13th, 2003
Webfork writes: "I submitted an article I wrote about the University of Houston using Mozilla a few months ago. Well, I've continued to follow the project and, although I don't work for UH anymore, I've been working on a wiki (freely editable Web site) for Mozilla. I don't know if it'll be useful to anyone but I've tried to make it very easy to read and clear. I think it's a good overview of Mozilla and now it's time to give it back to the community by telling everyone about it.
#9 Bottom line: Wiki sites work just fine
Friday June 13th, 2003 5:42 PM
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It's those outside Wiki communities that may only see the theoretical downsides, in real life it just works. neilparks1, all I have to suggest to you is to join a Wiki, to contribute, and then to come back and post your opinion. It *will* be different, I assure you.
As someone who is active in three different Wiki sites, I can tell you that you're fear is totally unbased on real life.