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key 'next' step.

This implies an adoption process or paradigm, in which this is a step. where is that? what is the previous step? what is the next step?

Posted by James Mortimer at May 02, 2007 11:27

To clarify, I ask out of curiosity and request for clarity, not critisizm of the current content. I'm trying to use this site to learn/see the 'evolution of wiki adoption patterns' from, perhaps 'a single isolated and misguided techno-fan' to 'a single champion' through to 'a magnet' and eventually 'a nearly-invisible but ever-present culture-changing business critical collaboration platform'. I'd like to see where one is on this paradigm and where one might want to be going.  So far this site is starting to be a good glossary of terms relating to useful wiki patterns, and I'd like to see the impicit 'evolution of the adoption process' component strengthened.

Posted by James Mortimer at May 02, 2007 11:33

Is there a FAQ for this site? Or a help page? Does wikipatterns aspire to do the things it recommends? Lots of the suggestions are great, but as a brand-new user, I can't even figure out how to edit my public profile, and I can't find help or FAQ pages.

Posted by Kenneth at Mar 01, 2008 09:59

Why isn't the questions and answers appendix from the wikipatterns book  available off this location? It's one of the best sources of information.

Posted by Yvonne Kucher at Mar 17, 2008 12:28

I think an FAQ (or equivalently a Questions and Answers section) is an essential component of any Wiki or website. This is one of the first things I look at when examining a wiki/website for further information.

Posted by H at Nov 28, 2008 05:01

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