Wiki Templates - Adding Structure Support to Wikis on Demand
|Wiki Templates - Adding Structure Support to Wikis on Demand|
|Author(s)||Anja Haake, Stephan Lukosch, Till Schümmer|
|Keyword(s)||Wiki, template, tailoring, structural editing and viewing|
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This paper introduces the concept of wiki templates that allows end-users to determine the structure and appearance of a wiki page. In particular, this better supports editing of structured wiki pages. Wiki templates may be adapted (defined and redefined) by end-users. They may be applied if found helpful, but need not to be used, thus maintaining the simple wiki editing way. In addition, we introduce a methodology to reuse wiki templates among different wiki instances. We show how wiki templates have been successfully used in real-world applications in our CURE wiki engine.
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