MediaWiki is the software behind Wikipedia and many of the wikis deployed by communities and companies around the world.
MediaWiki is the software behind Wikipedia and many of the wiki websites used by organizations and communities around the world.
MediaWiki is a popular, free wiki software package. It’s the same software Wikipedia uses. It is fully dynamic and runs on a LAMP stack, taking advantage of the PHP language and the MySQL database backend.
TWiki is a robust “structured wiki” roughly comparable to other “Enterprise” wiki solutions such as Confluence.
Ikiwiki is a static website content management system. Originally designed as a wiki “engine”, the package is built on top of plain text files and standard revision control components.
Unlike some other popular wiki engines, Ikiwiki compiles static HTML pages which can be efficiently served with a basic web server.
Confluence is a popular wiki system that features easy editing and publishing, Microsoft Office and SharePoint integration, the ability to add custom features via plugins, and more.
DokuWiki is a flexible and extensible wiki engine that aims to be easy to manage while providing a rich feature set to enable collaborative document editing and creation for users of all skill levels and technical inclinations.
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