.wiki means collaboration.
An open TLD for anyone interested in community resource creation -- for a city, a fan club, a hobby, academic study, or even corporate projects.
.wiki is part of a massive TLD expansion to make the Internet more representative of the many communities and passions that it enables. Soon, you will be able to register the perfect domain name for your wiki-centric site.
What's a TLD, anyway?
You’re already familiar with top level domains — “.com,” “.org,” and “.gov” are all TLD’s.
ICANN, the international organization responsible for changes to internet protocol, recently decided to open up the field of TLD’s — the familiar stable of standard domains is welcoming hundreds of new faces, like .food, .blog, and of course, .wiki.