Federated Wiki

Federated Wiki sites share pages circulating within a creative commons. Here we take a look at the Future of the Federation, and Future of Fedwiki Software.

A community of open-source developers maintain both the client-side and server-side applications - github

Currently federated wiki software as a Node.js package ready to run on a variety of platforms. This is usefully run on a personal laptop or an industrial server in the cloud. The server software supports a multi-tenant "farm" option useful for small groups or heavy users. npm

Federated Wiki sites share pages circulating within a creative commons. A single-page browser application can read from many sites at once and save changes in that browser. Users who host their own sites can login there to have their edits shared back to the federation as they edit.

Fedwiki Sites REFERENCES fedwiki.org/fedwiki-sites

All the usual warning apply: can't edit on a tablet - it needs a mouse. Changing a note name means re-organizing content into a new note.

What is scholarly work?

The idea here is to build Fedwiki and IPFS into the heart of a running live studio.

When we are thinking about data in the federation we are talking about people curating there own data sets by embedding Live Data or Static Data as JSON Data Objects into one of their Federated Wiki Pages.

Here we collect notes and ideas about how The Federation should evolve - where it is going.

Here we list all teh sites we can find in the Federation to do with the way Federated Wiki functions:

Ward Cunningham started the federation in 2011 with a workshop project called Smallest Federated Wiki or simply SFW. The data visualization and sharing mechanisms were supported by Nike's Sustainable Business and Innovation group. Early history has been documented in a series of video screencasts.

These sites address specific aspects of wiki often written for different audiences. We start with the most general or introductory and progress to the more detailed, speculative, or historical.