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Michael
Posted: Fri Mar 18, 2005 9:56 pm Reply with quote
Site Administrator Joined: 07 Jun 2002 Posts: 8065 Location: Gent, Belgium
We have been using Wiki's for several game design documents. It's a format that is
- always under construction
- allows for making links easily
- is accessible by multiple people from any internet computer
- has all the multimedia features of websites

For bigger projects, like "8", we use Wiki Tikki Tavi because it stores the data in a MySQL database, which is a lot faster and more stable.

For smaller projects, we have been using Oddmuse because it is easy to install and very extensible (thanks to its modular design).
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rinku
Posted: Sun Apr 09, 2006 1:40 am Reply with quote
Joined: 14 Sep 2005 Posts: 128 Location: Paterson, NJ
Thanks, this actually got me started on using a wiki for mine. I'm using editthis.info because it hosts your wiki for you (in exchange for 3 google ads at the bottom), which saves me from having to upload the PHP files and set up the database myself.
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