A great wiki harnesses the energy and expertise of the community and provides a place for members to collaborate on a valuable resource for potential application developers, integrators, and investors.
Most wiki platforms are hostile to users. Contributing content is difficult and even basic administrative tasks are complex and error-prone. If anything goes wrong—a key contributor leaves, a spammer vandalizes the wiki, a server fails, or a service provider goes out of business—the shortcomings of most wiki platforms can make even basic recovery of the content nearly impossible.
We are wiki and open content enthusiasts, and after years of exploring—and administering!—every alternative, we have a free software formula that works.