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In Drupal you can use public pages that are similar in concept to a Wiki.
Anyone can edit them and you can store a history of all the edits and revert
to earlier versions. You could make an automatic link from such pages to a
discussion forum to discuss issues etc.

On 15 November 2010 23:31, Friedrich Strohmaier <> wrote:

Hi Jonathan, *,

Jonathan Aquilina schrieb:

Random thought here. im willing to donate some webspace to a wordpress
setup for the project. i have experience in making the site look less
like a blog and more like a proper website and there are some really
killer themes available for wordpress.

The wiki is intended to be a pool of information to be completed by
everybody rather than the projects website.

would you guys be interested in migrating away from a wiki.

No, never ;o))

the way i
see it the problem with a wiki is that anyone from the site and
possibly even spammers can edit the page be it contributors or not.
at least with wordpress you just have a list of users who have
permissions to edit the site, as well as those who can just post and
comment etc.

what do you all think?

The Website is already work in progress, coming up soon and realized
through a CMS which covers all your points and more ;o)).

[.. recycled TOFU ..]

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