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The guidance above will help make it obvious to a observer or to bullied people that there is a bully. Perhaps a more important section might be:

How to recognize if you are a bully:

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Posted by James Mortimer at Aug 14, 2007 16:39

This seems to relate only to a wiki used, for example, in a work setting.  I think this article needs to be broadened to reflect bullies in non work wikis too.

Posted by Anonymous Windy at Sep 28, 2007 22:37

Thanks for this article.  I just realized I'm in danger of becoming a bully.  It's hard when you're putting in a lot of effort, but others don't seem to “get it” yet.  I agree with James that a “How to recognize if you are a bully” section would be good.

Posted by Jared at Feb 22, 2008 14:46

but at least one should bear in mind that as a wiki champion, we are working with others, the keypoint of success of a wiki in teams, is to maxmize the buy-in from your team members! without this, even you build a perfect running wiki system, you still wont success! so,,, there are much more work to do, than just telling people how to use it… however, this is why it is fun to me

Posted by coria at Jul 14, 2008 09:05

I'm in the process of building a wiki, under the monies from a Federal grant, to connect substance abuse treatment providers in our state. Bullying is a good caution, particularly b/c this state-sanctioned initiative is hoping to increase provider activity…which is “highly encouraged” by our management team. The other frustrating thing is making the wiki uber-user friendly…it's easier to “encourage” when userability is high.

Posted by rangermel at Jul 28, 2009 13:10

Not a most comortable wiki. I can't find all topics here

Posted by kalinas2 at Nov 06, 2009 10:48

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