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-===== Seed it with content =====+====== Seed it with content ​======
  
-==== What is it? ==== 
  
-The Seed it with content pattern relies on using some amount of preexisting content to //seed// the wiki.  In this case that content could come from a book (all legal/IP permissions in place of course).\\+The Seed it with content pattern relies on using some amount of preexisting content to //seed// the wiki.  In this case that content could come from a book (all legal/IP permissions in place of course). 
 Considerations:​ Considerations:​
  
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-==== Usage ====+===== Usage =====
  
 The pattern would consist of a combination of content conversion and initial community building steps.  After that, on-going governance methods should map well to existing patterns for in progress wikis. The pattern would consist of a combination of content conversion and initial community building steps.  After that, on-going governance methods should map well to existing patterns for in progress wikis.
  
-==== Example ====+===== Example ​=====
  
   * Intranet: convert a procedural handbook created by employees into an intranet-based wiki.   * Intranet: convert a procedural handbook created by employees into an intranet-based wiki.
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   * Author a book entirely on a wiki, and sell access to the wiki to contribute, and a one-click PDF download (created on the fly in seconds), has the most up-to-date content. Example: ​ [[http://​www.wikiineducation.com|Using Wiki in Education]] ​   * Author a book entirely on a wiki, and sell access to the wiki to contribute, and a one-click PDF download (created on the fly in seconds), has the most up-to-date content. Example: ​ [[http://​www.wikiineducation.com|Using Wiki in Education]] ​
  
-==== Related Patterns ====+===== Related Patterns ​=====
  
   * [[Magnet|Magnet]] - Seed it with content is like the Magnet pattern in that you are now providing not just read, but edit/​commenting access too, in one exclusive location.   * [[Magnet|Magnet]] - Seed it with content is like the Magnet pattern in that you are now providing not just read, but edit/​commenting access too, in one exclusive location.
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   * others?   * others?
  
-==== Further Reading ====+===== Further Reading ​=====
  
  
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