The wiki man

Richards, Justin
September 2006
ITNOW;Sep2006, Vol. 48 Issue 5, p26
Academic Journal
The article presents an interview with Andy Mitchell about a massive wiki project. When asked who will have access to the site, he says they intend all students to have access. Mitchell says that the technology behind the wiki project is just a few pieces of open source free software. He says that the project can be useful for sports teams as a forum for them to post results of matches and discuss their own game performances.


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