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LastUpdate: 2014-04-22 13:58

TurnKey DokuWiki Appliance

TurnKey DokuWiki Appliance is an appliance for DokuWiki, a wiki system designed to address the documentation needs of small companies. It works on plain text files and thus needs no database. It has a simple but powerful syntax, similar to MediaWiki. Security patches are automatically installed. It provides a Web management interface, configuration console, and an AJAX Web shell. To minimize footprint the appliance is built from the ground up with the minimum required components. It runs everywhere thanks to multiple build formats, including an installable live CD, a VMDK with OVF support, and an Amazon EC2 AMI.

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LastUpdate: 2011-11-26 22:22

UverseWiki

UverseWiki is a modular open source PHP framework designed for text processing. Unlike most existing solutions, it is not regular expression-based but instead uses a recursive descent parser to build a document object model. After the parsing stage has been finished and the DOM is produced, the original source is discarded and all operations are performed on the document tree instead: nodes can be altered, serialized, or rendered into a particular format (such as HTML or RTF). The wiki syntax is language-neutral and the processing itself is carried out in UTF-8.

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LastUpdate: 2009-02-05 19:00

Nanoki

Nanoki is a simple, elegant wiki engine implemented in Lua.

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LastUpdate: 2006-05-10 06:12

phpWikiBot

phpWikiBot is a PHP framework for writing robots
for MediaWiki wikis like Wikipedia. It's a
collection of PHP 5 classes which are easy to
extend and use to write your own scripts.
phpWikiBot comes with some ready-to-use scripts
which can create and edit articles or upload
files.

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LastUpdate: 2004-05-14 11:34

Friki

Friki is a Java Wiki. It is simple to deploy (just
drop into any modern servlet container), small,
and very easy to customise after deployment. It
supports the classic Wiki markup and a few common
extensions.

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LastUpdate: 2005-09-14 03:42

osWiki CMS

osWiki CMS is a Web-based content management system. osWiki CMS is enhanced with other Open Source technologies like Smarty (a powerful Web caching and template engine), FCKeditor (a WYSIWYG Web editor), Magpie RSS (an XML-based RSS parser), patUser (for authentication), and the PEAR repository of reusable PHP components. The modular design allows osWiki CMS to tackle just about any size of Web site, large or small.

LastUpdate: 2009-11-02 04:24

metanomon

metanomon is an experimental desktop DokuWiki editor. It allows you to edit a wiki in half-WYSIWYG mode, and shows information in a more coherent way, as well as remembering where editing was left in a certain wiki.

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LastUpdate: 2006-02-27 13:16

StrangeWiki

StrangeWiki uses Web 2.0 concepts to integrate a
Wiki with a dynamic interface that people will
find easy to use. It is still in a development
stage, but is very usable.

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LastUpdate: 2008-05-15 17:37

Zepto CMS

Zepto CMS is a tiny but flexible CMS. It has its
own rights management system, which consists of
groups and member structures. With these, one can
control the whole site and give privileges to
friends. It also uses simple version control that enables users to undo changes. It relies on modules to perform its tasks.

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LastUpdate: 2014-06-14 04:17

Yellow

Yellow is a flat-file content management system. Everything is made of files and folders. You can create Web pages, blogs, and wikis. Its features include a Web interface, static content generation, Markdown, and Dropbox support.

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자연 언어: English
프로그래밍 언어: JavaScript, PHP
User Interface: Web Environment
LastUpdate: 2013-05-21 13:15

CMME

CMME (Content Management Made Easy) is a Web
content management system that aims to be easy to
use, doesn't have many requirements, and is still
reasonably flexible. It doesn't need a database,
doesn't have extensive administrative needs, and
works more or less like a wiki. New pages can be
made on the fly, rather than through an
administrative page.

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LastUpdate: 2010-10-18 13:24

Knowledge in a Wiki

The KiWi core system is a flexible platform for
building different kinds of semantic social
software applications on top (currently the
Semantic Wiki and the TagIT application). It
provides all the core services required in such
applications, like editing and tagging, the
storage of content and associated meta-data, its
own triple store, transactions and versioning over
content and meta-data, a linked open data server,
and many small features semantic social software
developers will like (like convenience services
for working with ontologies or SKOS thesauruses,
etc.).

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LastUpdate: 2011-09-06 04:36

Tomdroid

Tomdroid is an Android adaptation of Tomboy, a note taking application with a unique wiki-style approach and a user friendly interface. It aims to be file format compatible and to be able to sync notes with Tomboy, with a UI adapted to the mobile context.

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LastUpdate: 2008-07-05 08:26

diri

diri is an extremely minimalistic wiki system. It consists of a collection of several rc scripts consisting of roughly 215 lines of code. It includes support for password protection and page previews, uses markdown formatting, and it doesn't require a database.

LastUpdate: 2006-12-01 09:33

Lohimedia

Lohimedia is a wiki based on the open source
model of development. Instead of allowing
anyone to edit and release any article, users
must first prove themselves by making useful
contributions.

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