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In this paper, we address the potential of project wikis to support reflection on the project process through participants' reconstruction of the project trajectory. Drawing on a case study of software engineering project work, we illustrate how information on project history can be found in a project wiki and may be used to support recall of and reflection on the process. We discuss implications for postmortem project reviews by considering how the utilization of project wikis could addresses some challenges to successful reviews. We also propose extended wiki functionality that can be used to make a more selective review of project history based on user-tagged contents.