Align web and wiki
Any organization using both static web and dynamic wiki resources needs to align web and wiki. If the web is wholly generated by a wiki, i.e. the wiki is used for web content management, then you say align web to wiki.
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 Language: Verbs and nouns
The deep interaction design of any public web using the wiki material must probably be nearly complete before the main namespace of the wiki can stabilize. That because the wiki must reflect as closely as possible the terms which will be published eventually to the public web or shared web (if not wholly public).
In particular, the verb:namespace of the web and wiki must be aligned as closely as possible so that a verb used in the wiki to describe an action has the same effect exactly on the web. Any choices or decisions made for the public web that had a reasonable alternative should be described in issue/position/argument form. See verb/term/position for an elaborated explanation of how to keep terms consistent, and idea/option/policy/configuration which describes a protocol to track unused options.
 Factions: Multiple communities
If multiple wikis are involved, you must align wikis to each other before trying to align the web to either one. That is, they must find roles relative to each other. A sociosemantic web requires even more careful alignment including recognizing factions editing the wiki to address specific audiences reading the web. See audience/segment/faction. It may be necessary to nest wikis to align wiki to goal of each faction, e.g. lawyers may need to vet the final output before it appears to all.
 Technical details
 exploiting RSS
 exploiting XML
Useful wikis can export XML to other facilities including specialized web servers. Mediawiki writes only to MySQL but can export XML in bulk or page at a time - how wikinfo.org mirrors wikipedia.org'. So does tikiwiki but it can also write to raw files or XML.
 exploiting SQL
Users can also use SQL to write reports and do transformations. Accessing the MySQL raw will not be effective as the format in which the data will be stored is not stable, and can't ever become stable. XML is the standard for inter-service data exchange.
 exploiting LO
All webs participating in Living Ontology Web (that is, using living ontology) have advantages for using exactly the same terminology to describe persons, issues, dates, etc.. A wiki must adopt these first to reliably propagate them to the public web.