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by earl, 5208 days ago
Phil Jones on Buckybase: "If Google can ensure that Application Engine really is fast, powerful and secure enough to host serious applications, then it looks very promising as the new standard substrate for a whole ecology of this kind of wiki-derived tool."

Yes, indeed. GAE compiles a compelling package for modern Wiki experiments, a major part being the niceness that is GAE's datastore and it's API. The datastore is basically purpose-built for loosely structured data which will be the main concern of future Wiki-like tools. I, for one, am looking forward to seeing the ideas sparked by this possibility.
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