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Wiki Choice Wizard

Wiki Choice Wizard
Choosing a Wiki for the first time isn't an easy task, especially for people who are new to the Wiki concept. This wizard will help you through the first steps of narrowing down the list of available Wikis matching your special needs. This is not rocket science, the wizard will just ask you a few questions and do a search for Wikis based on the corresponding answers. The wizard tries to explain in simple terms the various options you usually have to think about when choosing a Wiki. This means that some things are generalized and simplified. Suggestions to improve the wizard are welcome.

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