At 01:45 PM 3/16/2006, you wrote:
>I'm just curious: Which Wiki software do you use?
>At work I set up a Wiki for me some years ago, used for my own
>documentation. (I'm using the software TWiki.)
We are also using TWiki. :-))
>Later I published it for my coworkers (IT-department) and was hoping
>to be able to motivate them to add contents too...
>I'm still convinced that a Wiki is an excellent way of sharing
>information, especially changing(living) one.
>But it is not so good for direct communications IMHO.
>Many public Wikis I found in the Web are having a companion forum or
>mailing list and vice versa.
>In the forum/list there are then links to articles in the Wiki
You might be correct to continue using Webboard, but once the Wiki is up, we may want to simply delete most of the Webboard contents, as there is a lot of old, inaccurate and obsolete information in it.
Also various users have their own VEDIT macro libraries, and I would prefer all macro to be searchable and downloadable from one Wiki site.