Software for running wiki sites.
A tool to compare the features of various popular wiki engines in comfortable side-by-side tables.
A (now defunct) content management tool with an intuitive markup language, unixlike access management, a directory structure and seamless page renaming.
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.
A basic wiki-engine in Ruby with three-step installation. Contains a userguide, links to an IRC channel, and a mailing list.
A Semantic WikiWikiWeb that uses RDF to manage metadata and ontologies.
Wiki-style Web page annotation that allows user groups to add and share notes collaboratively on any Web page.
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.
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.
Enterprise Wiki Software for download and installation. Includes support for wikis, blogs, social tagging, discussion, document management, and search.
An extensible wiki engine written in REBOL, with weblog features and a streamlined interface.
Links to dozens of Wiki system types, in many programming languages.
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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