As part of the movement to a more community-based environment, we are in the process of moving all our technical architecture information from its current site to a wiki. As we investigated movement of this documentation and solicited feedback for architects, there hasn't been much concern, with the exception of the movement of the technology standards. These documents are pretty much stored in a locked-down environment. That is, only a certain audience has the privilege to update these records. As we move to the wiki, the community will have more freedom to change these items. Does Forrester have any research regarding moving technical documentation, specifically something like technology standards, to a wiki? How do they mange this? Do they lock this documentation down? Do they treat it like any other documentation? Also, what has been the experience of companies moving technical architecture documentation into a wiki environment?