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Jason Wood

Mike,

Thanks for the thoughts. I'm beginning to realize that I have a problem more with the Wiki submission/deletion process than this individual decision surrounding Enterprise 2.0. Far too many "rules" for what's supposed to be an all-encompassing compendium of knowledge. How can something be all-encompassing that explicitly chooses to delete a term that people readily admit has at least SOME merit.

Mike Wagner

I agree with you. Enterprise 2.0 should absolutely stand alone. ANyone who thinks otherwise just doesn't understand how enterprises have different requirents for the applications they implement; they require a higher degree of gevernence at the server level. That's just the way it is.
My two cents and sticking to it.
Cheers

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