has put a weblog front end on this SimpleWeb Wiki software. SimpleWeb is the software that runs Russell's SimpleFace
user interface design and usability website. I think every Wiki should have
a weblog like front-end, it draws you in and helps to build the community
spirit of the site. But, should every weblog have an integrated Wiki? That
is a different question. I did a little googling and found that people have
been discussing the weblog-wiki intersection for some time now.
I don't agree with Russell's
that blog enties just disappear when they roll off the page. The
couple blog entries in the list above are proof that entries live a long life. Google
, good site
, and full-screen
keep those old posts alive.
Seems to me that integrating a Wiki into Roller would be pretty easy. All
Roller would need are some nice macros for displaying and linking to the
Wiki pages. Am I missing something here? Is there more to it than that?
More importantly, would it be feature bloat or useful stuff?