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Hello,

we would like to ask for your input to a short questionnaire on using
wiki collaboration platform to establish wiki site specifically for the
structural engineering community. The questionnaire (6 yes/no questions;
1 minute estimated completion time) and its running results can be
accessed online at:

http://www.bridgeart.net/surveys/wiki_2007.php?id=7993

The questionnaire is a part of study by BridgeArt.net on the innovative
use of information technology in civil/structural engineering, as wikis have great potential to streamline knowledge exchange and information sharing. To gain more insight into the wiki technology, please consider visiting Structural Wiki at http://www.bridgeart.net/wiki - it is a prototype of structural engineering wiki with over 1000 entries.


Thank you for your participation.

Best regards,

Ondrej Kalny, PE
Editor, BridgeArt.net Civil Engineering Portal
(AEC News Monitoring, Structural Software Database & Structural Wiki)
http://www.bridgeart.net



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