A question for people that have been running their own personal wikis for a few years: do you publish it? If you do, has it devolved into a bliki, i.e. does it have “day pages” and therefore a temporal (blog) nature instead of the wiki now?
All I can say is that my wiki turned into a bliki and then turned into a blog... I wonder how one would push back against this, or whether it is unavoidable.
Comments are optional, but just in case I offer comment pages with a form that allows easy appending of text.
To be more precises: the date is removed from titles on the feed to look more like a blog feed. The comment pages are regular pages that you can also edit (including editing the comments of other people, easy despamming, and so on). The image pages are simply regular pages that contain an image instead of text, that is they have a full revision history and aren’t treated as separate “attachments” to a page.
I guess my original point however is once you start doing that, and you do a lot of it, isn’t that just a blog? Where is the wiki nature in that? Perhaps the only thing that remains is “editing blog pages in public, maybe for a long time; page history and recent changes tell the full story”. That’s not bad. But it’s seems like very little wiki spirit.