Wikis for publishing your personal genealogical research are a relatively new concept. I'm linking to a few personal research wikis here to give people ideas of what others are doing with wikis. Perhaps these links will help to inspire you to create your own research wiki. I won't have personal wiki links here forever. These are really just personal home pages in a new format. So, all links here are also linked alphabetically under the Personal Research
In 22 languages, Rodovid's family tree maker is probably the most advanced web-based technology to date, especially in terms of its ability to generate very large trees containing dozens of generations and thousands of people. It is far beyond the capabilities of any computer-based family tree makers and web-based technologies from paid websites. There is no need to pay money for creating and sharing your family tree Rodovid is powered by the MediaWiki content management system (the same used by Wikipedia), so anyone familiar with the system can work on Rodovid easily. More detailed information about Rodovid is available at the About Rodovid page.
WHITNEY Research Group
An informal group of individuals interested in the scholarly research of Whitney families around the world and throughout history. Includes an online Transcription Project for the 1895 genealogy The Descendants of John Whitney, who came from London, England, to Watertown, Massachusetts, in 1635.