On Fri, 15 Sep 2000 11:40:09 -0400 (EDT), Ken Manheimer
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>Do you feel that weblogs are bad models for debates?
I find the wiki and weblog tools available today to be inferior to
mailman for debates, and it will take alot of work to develop WikiNG
into a serious contender. I suspect the sticky points will be:
1. The ability to read without continuous network connection.
2. A user interface that is not encumbered with transatlantic
http round-trips for each user interaction.
>I think they're [weblogs]
>pretty good least-common-denominators.
>i see them [weblogs and wikis] as better than just
(Ive snipped those two comments out of context, and I hope it doesnt
I agree email alone is inadequate.... Please dont misunderstand me: I
am *not* advocating that.
Wikis work well for consolidating documents once a rough concensus has
been reached. My preference is that the discussion leading up to that
concensus takes place on zope-dev.
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