[Scribus] this whole wiki thing
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?
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.
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