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We must assume that everyone knows the difference between a normal site and a forum. Great. So now let's take a look at what a wiki, or wiki site is all about...

Why a forum may be inconvenient?

If you need a site for ongoing discussions of something or to interact with someone, then the first thing that may come to mind is a forum. However, forums quickly become inconvenient, because of the following:

Forum messages can't potentially be published for more than just these three reasons. Messages do not have permanent URLs (addresses). In addition, the moderator has power over everyone; in practice, nobody has their own “personal corner.”

How can a wiki help?

What does a wiki bring to the table?

A wiki is a site that can be built on the fly. By default, all users have the right to do anything. Each can creat new pages and edit existing pages. The database can provide information on what has changed on a particular page in the recent past, who changed what on the page, and previous versions can be restored, if necessary.

Ways of using a wiki

In the final analysis, a wiki can be used in different ways. Here is a short list:

You can learn more about this and many other subjects in general at Wacko������������ //[in Russian]// and in particular at the pattern descriptions //[in Russian]//.

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