1. What's in a News Wiki? By Daniel Bachhuber and William Davis June 25, 2009
2. Examples We Spotted
3. Recent photos >
4. Duke Wiki Campus information portal - http://www.duiki.com/wiki/Main_Page
5. Wiki entertainment
6. Organization directory Might be useful to automatically generate this with the category function that MediaWiki offers
7. Organization profiles Could include past history, meeting date and time, current members and officers, list of articles/posts about the most recent events
8. http://mainecampus.com/campus-currents < RSS FEED EDIT LINK > < WIKI-GENERATED PICTURE < AND CONTENT LINKS TO OTHER TOPICS > < IF THERE IS MORE THAN < ALL ARTICLES ON THE TOPIC JUST A DESCRIPTION, A LINK TO MORE
10. < AUTOMATIC LINKS TO TOPICS
11. < THE TOPICS THE ARTICLE IS TAGGED WITH
12. When there's no content...
13. THE CODE
14. GETWIKI PLUGIN
15. Tools you can use
16. http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/MediaWiki Pros: Very popular, widely supported Wikipedia is based on the MediaWiki structure Well-established feature set with plugin architecture Cons: Difficult to integrate with WordPress Doesn't share the same user permissions Has a rather complex theming system Requires a fair amount of technical know-how to install and make changes What are some use cases where this might be the best option?
17. http://wp-wiki.org/ Pros: Integrated with WordPress, easy install User permissions are based on WordPress roles Email notifications to admins upon page edit Cons: Very, very simplistic No "stub" concept and uses HTML instead of wiki markup Would be a different approach to topical landing pages to have to create a page for each one Poor method for tracking contributions, etc. What are some use cases where this might be the best option?
18. Enabling a page to be a wiki is just a checkbox Anyone can edit if they're logged in, although versioning is based on how WordPress normally does it Dashboard widget
19. http://www.dokuwiki.org/dokuwiki Pros: Easy install, runs db off text files Cons: Daniel didn't like it when we played with it
20. Things to consider Who will be allowed to edit? Who will be required to keep topics up to date? How will it fit within the workflow? What type of wiki will it be? Resource, topical, or otherwise? What type of markup do you want? Compare different options: http://www.wikimatrix.org/
21. Ideas for using the wiki Campus blog directory Organization directory Information on classes and different schools within the university Entertainment guide Background information and context for different on-going stories Teacher and notable student biographies Intrastaff note-sharing space
22. Ideal feature list? Track revisions to specific users; limit contributions to different user groups Email and RSS notifications with the ability to "watch" certain pages and topics Wiki-links and a sophisticated markup Ability to associate images and other media with any page o Rather than, say, embedding images, you'd associate the images with the page and it would automatically create a gallery