Since we’re talking about citizen/community journalism: Check out this wiki for the city of Davis, California. It’s really slick! I love the assertive tagline: “The definitive resource for Davis, California.”
Why is there no San Franciso wiki?
You know, I almost posted that site as part of my last rant. I used it in a recent PowerPoint presentation. Very good stuff.
And clearly there’s no SF wiki because you haven’t started it yet. Get to it!
How would one go about finding out whether one’s city has a community wiki? Is there a central web site where wikis can link up, swap ideas, and generally see how other communities do their thing?
Not that I know of, Tim. I’d just Google + wiki.
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