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Subject: battle-wiki
jastayme3    10/11/2008 3:13:28 AM
The site TV tropes gives a constantly evolving list of writer's conventions that any professional or amateur writer can use. My question is, why not use this format to develop US doctrine with input from various sources. That is kind of what we do here anyway and in other sites. But something like that is a very useful method of doing so.
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warpig       10/11/2008 3:06:02 PM
I think at least the Army and Air Force both have webpages/on-line communities like that at password-protected .mil sites.  Also, the intel community has at least one wiki-like site called "Intellipedia" on the secure JWICS network on which all intel personnel can post.
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gf0012-aust       10/11/2008 4:30:29 PM
Sections of the US military do have an internal wiki solution.  It's been used as a reference for an australian wiki model being developed.
They're not public domain.

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