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Either of these may be tested to your heart's content. I believe
it's important for tech comms to become familiar with Wiki
technology as a documentation tool for workgroups. They're not just
for the Web.
MediaWiki is the Wiki engine behind WikiPedia and the family of
WikiMedia sites -- and many other public and private Wikis. It's a
PHP application exploiting a MySQL database.
It's somewhat richer than Instiki. Importantly, it's in very wide
and visible use, is under active development, and ain't goin' away soon.
As with the Instiki demonstration, the MediaWiki demo contains no
important information and cannot be broken, so do whatever you like
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