The Wiki Way: Quick Collaboration on the Web

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Addison-Wesley, 2001 - Computers - 435 pages
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Accompanying CD-ROM contains the public-license Wiki sources discussed in the book plus the means to run them as stand-alone or using the industry-strength Apache Web server, as well as complete Perl and Apache server packages for both Linux and Windows. Contents: two perl programs, ActivePerl and IndigoPerl; three different stages of customized basic QuickiWikis; additional Wiki packages, PythonWiki, Ruby, and RWiki; Apache HTTP server version 1.3.

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Review: The Wiki Way: Collaboration and Sharing on the Internet [With CDROM]

User Review  - Cheryl - Goodreads

It didn't take long for me to realize the premise of this book - collaboration usually makes for better and more complete information. That the author could stretch this out into 300+ pages - well, I just gave up about halfway through. I got the point. Read full review

Contents

Introduction to Discussion and Collaboration Servers
3
Whats a Wild?
13
Installing Wiki
37
Copyright

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Bo Leuf has extensive experience in technical communication and teaching, coupled with a deep understanding of cross-platform software product design, user interfaces and usability analysis. He maintains several professional and recreational Internet Web sites, including one that provides commercial Web hosting and Wiki services for others. An independent consultant in Sweden for more than 25 years, Bo has been responsible for software development and localization projects. He is currently a freelance consultant and technical writer, specializing in software documentation, translation, and design-team training. He is a regular contributor to a major Swedish computer magazine, and a frequent speaker at technical conferences.

Ward Cunningham is widely respected for his contributions to the practices of object-oriented development, Extreme Programming, and software agility. Cofounder of Cunningham & Cunningham, Inc., he has served as Director of R&D at Wyatt Software and as principal engineer at the Tektronix Computer Research Laboratory. Ward led the creation of Fit, and is responsible for innovations ranging from the CRC design method to WikiWikiWeb.



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