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I’ve been very impressed by how useful the wiki has been in real world use: here are the reasons that have made the wiki very successful for us.
When I hear people using the phrase “technical debt”, it’s mostly used as a buzzword. The actual meaning is lost. It’s a euphemism. When they say “There is a lot of technical debt on the project”, senior people nod sagely … and then ignore it.