You can see OpenWikiNG working on a Windows 7 64-bit platform at: http://torrenter.servebeer.com/
This is a temporary site, and may be down occasionally.
The openwiking.com website is closed!
So now OWNG only live here at sourceforge.
Note that the version for download have difficulties to run on a Win2k3 server! I will shortly make the previous version avaiable for download as that version runs ok on a win2k3 server.
A new pre-alpha version 2007 is now ready for download.
Go to http://www.openwiking.com and get the new version.
The project now use the domain: OpenWiking.com
You are welcome to use the wiki and forums
NOTE: The old forum is closed but still online!
The OpenWikiNG project developers are steadily working towards the first public release, which will be called OpenWiki2004.
There are so many new features, that internal testing will only go to Alpha, and then a public test phase will begin. There will be an upgrade path for previous OpenWiki 'Classic' users.
All enquiries to the team can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Invision forum is at http://s8.invisionfree.com/OpenWikiNG/index.php Feel free to join and have your say!
The PageHits plugin is now operational and in CVS. This plugin displays a 'page views - n' at the foot of each page, and adds a number of macros.
2 new documents have been added to the project, and the plugins architecture document has been updated and tidied up.
There is real programming going on, with regular updates to the CVS fork openwiking.
I am keeping a summary changelog at http://www.bamber.com/openwiking/ow.asp?FrontPage/ChangeLog - this is the development /testing server.
So far, most of the changes have been 'plugins' which are turned off be default on the dev server.
There follows an email sent to people who left their email address on the OpenWiki site.
At some stage you visited the OpenWiki.com site and left your email address.
OpenWiki has been languishing recently. This email is to invite you to become
involved in a SourceForge project to develop the code further.
OpenWiki is Laurens Pits brainchild, an ASP version of the programme first coded in 1994 by Ward Cunningham [see c2.com for history]. Laurens specifically wanted to keep content and presentation separate in his Wiki, and crafted it so that Wiki pages are served up in XML, which is then transformed via XSLT.... read more