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  • WikiMatrix - A tool to compare the features of various popular wiki engines in comfortable side-by-side tables.
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  • coWiki - A (now defunct) content management tool with an intuitive markup language, unixlike access management, a directory structure and seamless page renaming.
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  • GeboGebo - An open source wiki system based on tdbengine. It is small, easy to set up and administrate and stores all data in a local, indexed database. It can optionally hold all content as static html pages, too.
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  • instiki - A basic wiki-engine in Ruby with three-step installation. Contains a userguide, links to an IRC channel, and a mailing list.
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  • OpenWiki - An IIS/ASP implementation with strong XML support.
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  • Platypus Wiki - A Semantic WikiWikiWeb that uses RDF to manage metadata and ontologies.
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  • Protonotes - Wiki-style Web page annotation that allows user groups to add and share notes collaboratively on any Web page.
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  • Sputnik - An extensible wiki written in Lua. It can also be used as a framework for building wiki-like applications. Contains documentation, forums, and a section for hosting user modifications.
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  • SushiWiki - A wiki-like Web application running on .NET platforms. It is written in C#, uses ASP.NET features and stores data in SQL databases or flat XML files.
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  • TiddlyWiki - An experimental microcontent WikiWikiWeb built by Jeremy Ruston. It's written in HTML and JavaScript to run on any browser without needing any serverside logic. It allows anyone to create self-contained hypertext documents that can be posted to any web server, or sent by email.
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  • Traction TeamPage - Enterprise Wiki Software for download and installation. Includes support for wikis, blogs, social tagging, discussion, document management, and search.
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  • Vanilla - An extensible wiki engine written in REBOL, with weblog features and a streamlined interface.
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  • Wiki Engines - Links to dozens of Wiki system types, in many programming languages.
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  • WikiWeb, Inc. - Commercial Windows-based implementation written in Smalltalk with limits on allowed named users, Access support, and ODBC support with more expensive versions.
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