After having a discussion over Chace’s mock-up for the webpage, I created a page on our wiki to document our discussions (Here). The page consists of screenshots accompanied by an ongoing conversation that we had over Facebook. Whilst the Wiki is good to document our planning and teamwork, it doesn’t provide us with a real-time chatting option that we need to keep in touch when we’re not talking face-to-face. Facebook probably isn’t the best choice and isn’t very professional, though everyone is using it and it makes it easy to keep in touch outside of uni.
To make it easier for us to keep our group work clearly distinguishable from our blog work, I suggested that we create a DocuWiki page on one of our servers. I was happy to set it up on mine, as I have 24/7 hours access to the servers (one of the many perks of living on campus).
In hindsight, I realised that having a full Media Wiki was more than what w actually needed it for, so I decided to remove it from my server space and replace it with a much simpler version.
We decided as a team that the DocuWiki will be used to host any information that we think of during our weekly team meetings (such as the one we had today) so that we can look back over our planning and have a constant record of what we need to do to progress our project.
Our DocuWiki can be found Here