I need to wikify my Drupal

Drupal is a popular and powerful Content Management System (CMS) - http://drupal.org
Drupal is a popular and powerful Content Management System (CMS) - http://drupal.org
This is a Drupal installation. And because of that, this site provides me with the platform to handle lots of functions. The trouble is that many of those functions are not installed yet. For example, there is no native rich text editor in the default package. So if I want to make something bold, I have to use markup, like < s t r o n g >; And that’s a hassle. If this site was a wiki, then lots of the basic markup that I would use (lists, indents, bullets, & links) would be much easier to manage. However, I would sacrifice more fundamental aspects of a good content management platform, such as user account management, comment threading, and some level of extensibility.

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  1. David Ing posted some helpful comments here, which were lost as I migrated from Drupal to WordPress. He pointed out how helpful WordPress is to the experience of the web author. Thank you, David.

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