WikiTypes

varieties of WikiSpace

how many people can read, write, edit, add users, etc?

Private Wiki

Personal Wiki/WikiLog

TeamWiki

Public Wiki

Hmm, finally time to play MBA and make a Mat Rix!

|| || ||<-3># Writers|| || || ||1||n||∞|| ||<|3># Readers||1||Private Wiki||x||x|| ||n||FriendsAndFamilyWiki?||TeamWiki||x|| ||∞||WikiLog||GroupWikiLog?||Public Wiki||

Hmm, maybe that "n" needs to be split into "large-n" and "small-n" to separate Enterprise from SmallCo models? Or specifically into under-12 and 12-150 to correspond to break-points in the Ecosystem Of Networks? Or maybe that doesn't matter, as long as the Team Is The Focus (so for each wiki, n is small)? Or maybe there's a different between hard-limited-to-n vs defacto-only-n-people-care cases?

For a totally different mentality, Sunir Shah seems to prefer to have every wiki be a Public Wiki, and depend on Meatball Wiki:SoftSecurity.

I feel like I need a word for the collection of a person's wikis.

See related Weblog Types.


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