Notes out of Ward Cunninghams Talk at WikiSym 2006
23 Aug 2006 - 17:08
A wiki is a work made by the community.
The blogosphere is a community made by its works.
agile development corrects
resulting from decades
of misunderstood risk.
No engineer will build something he hasn't seen done before.
- Open principle
- Incremental principle: It must be possible and useful to cite unwritten pages.
- Organic principle: The structure of the site is expected to grow and evolve with the community that uses it.
- Mundane principle: A small numeber of concentions provide all necessary formatting.
- Universal principle: The mechanisms of editing and organizing are the same as those of writing so that any writer is automatically and editor and organizer.
- Overt principle: The foramtted and printed output will suggest the input required to reproduce it.
- Unified principle: Page names will be drwan from a flat space so that no additional context is required to interpret them.
- Precise principle: Pages will be titled with sufficient precision to avoid most name clashes, typically by forming noun phrases.
- Tolerant principle: All input will produce output that can be watched and reviewed by any other visitor.
- Observable principle:
- Convergent principle: Ambiguity and duplication can be removed by finding and citing similar or related content.
The most important principle is the openness of wikis. A read-only wiki isn't a wiki anymore.
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