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The features of Wiki Wiki software, a name given to either a hypertext document collection or a Web site, which allows the generation of a composite base of information involving multiple users, are discussed. The ability of a wiki to allow many people to contribute to its content makes it a valuable tool for many purposes where a repository of information is required. The online activities of this software included the production of encyclopedias, dictionaries, and books. They have been successfully used to document software projects on RubyForge. The markup of a wiki article is simple, but generally follows its own specialized format. As all the versions of a wiki page are generally backed up, it is easy to restore the vandalized page.
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