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wiki +‎ -ness


wikiness (uncountable)

  1. The property of being a wiki, i.e. a collaborative website with built-in editing facilities.
    • 2009, Matthew Barton, ‎Robert Cummings, Wiki Writing: Collaborative Learning in the College Classroom
      To coin a phrase, I wasn't exploiting the wikiness of the wiki that had attracted me in the first place; to put it another way, I wasn't being true to the wiki's essence.
    • 2011, C. A. Callahan, Mastering Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010:
      [] users who don't have the permissions necessary to deactivate features on the site can accidentally disable the “wikiness” of the home page []
    • 2011, Dan Woods, Peter Thoeny, Wikis For Dummies (page 100)
      In fact, the wikiness of Central Desktop is sort of obscured, but many people include it in lists of wikis. Features for project management, shared calendars, and discussions are all free for up to five users and two workspaces.