[Mediawiki-l] [OT] wikis "sales pitch"
fdg001 at gmx.net
Thu Jan 18 12:01:46 UTC 2007
I have created a first draft of items that I think should (or might) be
in such an initial introduction to wikis.
Due to the restricted formatting options here (and because I hope for
contributions), I've chosen to publish it as a wiki page:
This page contains
a) a short definition and history
b) possible fields of application
c) a list of pros and cons
e) examples of wiki syntax
d) many blunders, probably
Thanks to your suggestions - also those in the thread (accidentally?)
started by Nancy - I've tried to incorporate them as concisely as possible.
----- Original Message -----
From: Frederik Dohr
Date: 2007-01-12 09:59
> Hello everyone,
> Since many of you have successfully introduced wikis in the workplace, I
> wonder whether you'd prepared a "sales pitch" to convince the higher-ups
> of your company.
> I'm thinking of composing such a presentation myself, including a
> definition of the basic principle, a quick outline of the advantages and
> possible fields of applications etc.
> Since I'm not very good at these kinda things, it'd be nice to have
> something to check my draft against.
> (Of course I can make it available when I'm done - although it will be
> in German until I get around translating it.)
> Also, having such a concise (and semi-standardized) introduction to the
> "The Wiki Way" would certainly help others pushing for adoption in their
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