TWiki 4.2.0 (code named Freetown) adds easier installation and upgrade, a completely new WYSIWYG editor, many usability enhancements, a SQL style query language for programmable search, plus other enhancements that make TWiki a stronger wiki application platform. They also make TWiki more accessible to non-technical users. TWiki is now localized to Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Swedish.
Visit http://twiki.org/download.html for details on features, and to download TWiki 4.2.0.
TWiki is an application wiki that provides workflow, scripting and structured data which allows users to create custom applications for themselves to address a variety of commonly occurring business problems. These applications can be developed by end users without needing expensive IT resources or support. Wiki applications are developed for a wide variety of uses such as project trackers, inventory systems, quality management systems, sales lead trackers or publishing/editorial systems. Application wikis can also act as portals, community blogs or news feed aggregators, bringing web 2.0 into the enterprise with user driven content and application logic.
TWiki.org has a thriving plugin community; there are now over 400 extensions available for download from TWiki.org. TWiki is used by millions of users and is installed in tens of thousands of companies, including the majority of the Fortune 500.
See press release at http://twiki.org/cgi-bin/view/Codev/TWikiPressRelease04x02
-- Peter Thoeny - peter.thoeny.public AT twiki DOT net - http://twiki.org/