I could be nice to have a kind-of "History Flow" application, or feature, integrated in the Wiki.
Such as the "History Flow" (http://researchweb.watson.ibm.com/history/) developed by people from MIT and owned by IBM (afaik)
I'm not skilled on CVS, but I wonder if this is already developed for CVs applications. (gCVS, for instance, for GN/Linux Gnome)
And from thepoint of view of Tiki, I know there is the option "export all" tiki versions of a page, at wiki page edit time. Could this be used to see more easily all the changes that a user has made to a document, etc.?
(I'm thinking in the educational scenarios where as teachers we have to review a user contribution to a collective document, and grade it, etc.).
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