I've only used a wiki review process a couple times, but it was way clunky, at least from the writer's point of view. As far as editing it up to a documentation standard for customer distribution goes, you certainly could do it with enough time and cycles... probably more cycles than in a doc publishing environment because the writing and editing tools aren't as sophisticated.
**** If I were you, or Honeywell, I'd look at using Acrobat to conduct shared reviews because it's much easier to manage and more productive. As well as generating an audit trail of the comments and their disposition. Unless you're really wedded to vintage software, FM 9 in combo with Acrobat lets you conduct the review in Acrobat and then import the comments back into Frame for the edit cycle. *** And of course you have the option of exporting from Frame to a format that can be integrated into a wiki and form the core of the doc. Just my $.02. Cheers, Art Art Campbell art.campbell at gmail.com "... In my opinion, there's nothing in this world beats a '52 Vincent and a redheaded girl." -- Richard Thompson No disclaimers apply. DoD 358 On Wed, Feb 25, 2009 at 4:46 PM, Richard Geiger <rcgcommunications at yahoo.com> wrote: > Our Honeywell doc group is currently using Frame 7.1, but we're considering > using a wicki as a doc review "center."? Have any of you used a wicki as a > joint-authorship medium--that is, have reviewers and/or customers actually > collaborate on the same wicki file that eventually becomes the finished wicki > (not Frame) document? > > > > _______________________________________________ > > > You are currently subscribed to Framers as art.campbell at gmail.com. > > Send list messages to framers at lists.frameusers.com. > > To unsubscribe send a blank email to > framers-unsubscribe at lists.frameusers.com > or visit > http://lists.frameusers.com/mailman/options/framers/art.campbell%40gmail.com > > Send administrative questions to listadmin at frameusers.com. Visit > http://www.frameusers.com/ for more resources and info. >