|Subject: Is this the beginning of the end of h2g2?|
Posted Jul 5, 2004 by Jim Lynn
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|"Applications developed by the BBC, such as DNA have also enabled user-generated content to be more stimulating for the user and more efﬁciently managed."|
"DNA: an application server that was externally procured in 2000 providing a community message system where user generated content is categorised,
reviewed and commented upon by other users e.g. H2G2 site. DNA is currently being rolled out across the site to replace its predecessor
Howerd2: a message board application developed for BBC Online by BBC Technology that is the engine behind the site’s forums"