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The discussion centered around how some wikis are moving towards mixed media. WAGN is a little way down the CMS road, several wikis have created communities for themselves, either within their wiki, or separate to it. From the other end Drupal has lightweight wiki modules and recipes for more advanced approaches. Example applications from the wiki end mostly center around community, but from the other end are almost limitless.
Grant's suggestion is this: imagine a wiki with source material getting pulled in to blocks on either side, some of them RSS feeds from various sources, some of them conversation teasers from discussion groups, one even showing recent changes at a glance. Possibly who's logged on and chat options as well. Taking it one step further, imagine a company website, with the wiki being used as a planning tool for strategy and having all of the above, but also links to related products, competitors products, related conversations, suppliers, etc. Basically a wiki where most of the source data is right there, and where you can link to this "regular" information just as if it was a normal wiki link. There is a lot of movement in this direction, but time will tell.
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