Css-discuss wiki

Wednesday 2 February 2005

Not only is the css-discuss wiki full of useful information about CSS, it's one of the best-organized wikis I've seen. The home page is laid out like a topical table of contents, giving you a sense that this is more than just a pile of pages: there's some structure to it. Maybe it isn't really more than a pile of pages, and maybe other wikis have just as much internal structure. It's just that the maintainers of this wiki took the trouble to organize it for us.

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Lion Kimbro 4:05 PM on 2 Feb 2005

Yep! There are ma ny many ways to run a wiki...

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DeanG 4:30 PM on 2 Feb 2005

Zwiki has some of these features built-in. A non-project-wiki (e.g. not http://zwiki.org) can be found at http://ZopeWiki.org -- be sure to click "full" for full exposure to the features.

I'm particularly intereseted in your perspective on the subtopics feature.

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Hermann Klinke 1:22 AM on 3 Feb 2005

It might be useful for Rory Blyth in his colloborative writing project, but I guess since it's only for the Mac...

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