[Scribus] this whole wiki thing

Boštjan Špetič igzebedze
Fri Feb 4 02:45:33 CET 2005

On Thu, 03 Feb 2005 20:24:11 -0500, jack wallen <jlwallen at monkeypantz.net> wrote:

>> wiki's are cool. the point of them is colaborative work. inkscape wiki is a very good example - anybody can add something he finds usefull. wikipedia is another good example.
>> the scribus docs site is very cool, but not flexible enough for users to easily share work and expiriences with each oder, future users and broader public.
>> and you never know what wiki will evolve to...
>> but all that is true only if users like it and use it...
>> regards, bostjan
> so it's basically like a public CMS?

well, yes.

really, check out en.wikipedia.org
it's the largest encycloepdia on the planet, done entirely by the people who simply click the 'edit' button and add something to it.

i find it totally magic.

regards, bostjan

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