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1 Definition

“A bliki is a web based collaboration and publishing system that marries the concepts and benefits of a blog based publishing software and a wiki based collaboration system.” (Blog + Wiki = Bliki, retrieved 19:20, 25 June 2009 (UTC)).

“A bliki (also known as a wikiLog, wog, wikiWeblog, wikiblog, or bloki), is combination of the two Internet concepts of a blog and wiki. It combines features from both: as with blogs, posts or articles appear in reverse chronological order on the front page, with the most recent one at the top; but editing is done in wiki style, with a version history for each page and special markup tags. As with wikis, the fact that a site is a bliki does not mean that any reader can edit any page; editing permission is at the discretion of the administrator(s)”. (Wikipedia, retrieved 19:20, 25 June 2009 (UTC)).

2 Software

There exist several systems that combine wikis with blogs in a seamless way. (Portalware such as Moodle or Zikula that include both a wiki and blogs are not blikis ...)

  • combines the capabilities of collaboration tools like wikis, blogs, file repositories, micro blogs, instant discussions and other social applications into a seamless platform

3 Links