Since you can have a wiki about weblogs or a weblog about wikis, joining the words to describe the hybrid, fails
, even though WikiWeblog
makes a WikiWord
used it as early as September 1999.
Injektilo suggests the term, "Bloki", in August 2002
By April 2003, it would seem that bloki is a proprietary name. So, to avoid the snares of commerce, have a WikiWord, retain the hybrid description, yet avoid confusion over function, how about WikiBlog?
Nope, the folks over at MeatballWiki don't like the Blog ending! "Blog is a dreaded meme." However, WikiLog seems acceptable.
So, please forgive Joi for using "bloki" to describe his attempt at integrating wikiness and blogness."
John Abbe notes that Vanilla was probably the first WikiLogEngine. His list which he mistakenly calls WikiWeblogs includes a sampling of WikiLogs and WikiLogEngines.
John also notes that as more features are combined, e.g. PIM + Weblog + Wiki, one basically begins to encounter the field of ContentManagementServers.
For french speaking people, there's a page about WikiLog at CraoWiki
I do prefer the term WikiWeblog , and have a list at YpsiEyeball:PublicWikiWeblogs -- MarkDilley
In WikiEwok a WikiLog is known as a Bliki. MeatballWiki reports that WardCunningham also uses this term.