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Review: Conversation and Community by Anne Gentle

Offers a strong recommendation to read Anne Gentle’s Conversation and Community: The Social Web for Documentation, which provides tips for incorporating wikislices, screencasts, and comment/feedback systems, into your user assistance.

Mulligan, Peg. PegMulligan.com (2009). Articles>Reviews>Documentation>Wikis

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Review: A Short Review of Writing in the Open: Using Wikis to Create Documentation

Wikis are becoming entrenched in the documentation world. But there are few books that cover how to use them effectively. If you’re looking for a step-by-step guide to using wikis to create and deliver documentation, Writing in the Open isn’t it. It is, though, an interesting and potentially useful set of best practices.

Nesbitt, Scott. DMN Communications (2010). Articles>Reviews>Wikis>Documentation

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