Wikipedia is a great, but I was a bit confused as to why it was being cited as a main example of Web2.0 in Xeni Jardin’s Wired article “Web 2.0 Cracks Start to Show“.
I know there still isn’t really a conclusive description of what Web2.0 actually is, but in my mind it exists at a computer-to-computer level. Getting your script or application to read/write to another online application, etc.
Which isn’t really what Wikipedia is about (well, I know you can get an XML dump of the repository, but that’s hardly Web2.0). It’s certainly not the key focus of what Web2.0 is.
Maybe a definition of Web 2.0 could be derived from what is and isn’t Web2.0?