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Examples of Wiki hives are: [[EditThis]],[[Wikia]],[[Wiki-Site]],[[Gratis-Wiki]].. (these are all [[Mediawiki]] based)  
 
Examples of Wiki hives are: [[EditThis]],[[Wikia]],[[Wiki-Site]],[[Gratis-Wiki]].. (these are all [[Mediawiki]] based)  
  
There are also [[OddWiki]]-based hives.
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There are also [[OddWiki]]-based hives. The [[Category:one_big_soup]] lists the inclusions of the one big soup into the s23-wiki.
  
 
siehe auch:
 
siehe auch:

Revision as of 15:34, 4 May 2009

Rationale

A 'Wiki hive' is a server hosting multiple wikis which allows users to create new wikis on the fly.

Also commonly called "Wiki Farm".

The term "wiki hive" as in "bee hive" was proposed by Mattis and visually connects it to swarm behaviour of users in multiple wikis. ([1]),([2]).


"Traditional beehives provided an enclosure for the bee colony but little more. Because there is no internal structure provided for the bees to start from, the bees fill the space in the hive with comb. "


hive-wiki

Several pages on hive-wiki include statistics data from Wikistats, provided in Oddmuse syntax.

They are listed at CategoryMediawiki and Category:Wiki hives

Also see: WikiHiveListPages, Category:Wikistats

Further Reading

Concept by Mattis Manzel.

This page is still under construction.

Examples of Wiki hives are: EditThis,Wikia,Wiki-Site,Gratis-Wiki.. (these are all Mediawiki based)

There are also OddWiki-based hives. The lists the inclusions of the one big soup into the s23-wiki.

siehe auch: