I have used WikiSpaces and admire its simplicity.
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On Tue Jul 29 10:59 , "Albert Simard" sent:
Just to get something going, I set up a page on Wikispaces. It seems
more intuitive than Wikidot.com (which also has firewall issues). On first
glance, It doesn't seem as powerful as Google wiki, but I can set it up
from work but outside of my work domain (our !@#$%^
I seeded the page with content from the Northwest KM group site, which
doesn't have provisions for editing as in a wiki (I missed the bottom
paragraph!). Since someone already has an outline, let's begin
Everyone can view the site, but only members can edit it. Although
there is a provision to invite people to join, I don't have all the
necessary e-mail addresses, so let's see how it works when you request
Anyone from SIKM with an interest in life-cycle management for knowledge is
invited to participate.
Just for clarification. There should be only one SIKM wiki containing
all our pages. If this doesn't end up as that site, I'll gladly move
whatever content we have to the "endorsed" site.