Does a sticky Wiki make a CMS?

Wikis -- collaboration environments where visitors can edit pages -- are becoming more popular and could provide some interesting models for content management projects at a time when many organizations are looking for more ad-hoc collaboration on content than a linear workflow engine can typically provide. In short, a wiki could make your CMS more sticky. One major open-source wiki project, "TikiWiki," has achieved remarkable velocity over the past year, building out a platform of modules that includes some impressive CMS tools (all written in PHP). One downside to the project is its sheer number of features, which could overwhelm a developer seeking a simple CMS solution. But the breadth and depth of participation and energy here make us think that TikiWiki could become the next Zope...
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