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  • Elaborate - A free wiki engine written in PHP and MySQL available under the GPL. Site contains source code and documentation.
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  • LionWiki - A minimalist wiki engine that is file-based and is encoded in a single document. Site contains downloads, a roadmap, as well as some plugins and templates.
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  • MediaWiki - Wikipedia's underlying open source wiki engine.
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  • Particle Wiki - A light PHP/MySQL wiki engine with archived history, search, admin panel and skins (released under proprietary Particle Soft End User Licence).
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  • PHPWiki - Feature-rich implementation with support for various databases.
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  • PmWiki - A simple-to-install system which allows password protection and organization of pages into groups (GPL).
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  • Semantic MediaWiki - Popular extension of Wikipedia's wiki engine with Semantic Web features, enabling better search and organization of wiki content.
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  • Tiki - A kitchen-sink content management system that combines wiki with a Slashdot-style article system, blogs, forums, image galleries, chat, and so on. Pear:DB backend, LGPL.
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  • Wacko Wiki - Small, lightweight, handy, expandable, multilingual Wiki-engine based on Wakka Wiki. WYSIWYG editor, easy installer, many localizations, email notification on changes/comments, several cache levels, design themes (skins) support, XHTML compliance, page rights (ACLs), page comments.
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  • Wikepage - Wikepage is an easy to use and small dual-mode wiki engine that can act as wiki sites and personal homepages.
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  • Wikini - Open source wiki, based on Wakka Wiki, enhanced (XHTML 1.0 and CSS compatibility) and translated into French.
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