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kikipedia is a localisation of wikipedia in oriya language. The rich language is spoken in the eastern region of India.
The wiki for the mobile world
A modular CMS based on Zend framework.
A high-level binding for MediaWiki API written in OCaml. Ultimately planned to become a SVN-like for mediawiki sites.
omCollab is an open source project combining wiki, blogs, social bookmarking and addtional optional applications under a common integrated skin with single sign-on capabilities. See http://mike2.openmethodology.org for current implementation example.
This project will be personalise your rss feed. so the programm will give you the posts there are interesting for you.
php website using content management system... making php website developers from the philippines
pyMantis is a data-management system for (systems) biology build on the web2py framework. It features: tree based file explorer, relational db table wizzard with automated creation of user interfaces, internal and external access management, wiki, ..
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Smyth is a modular CMS with a flexible architecture. It is best suited for growing community websites that need to adapt quickly adapt to new requirements. It allows you to add modules, reskin, and add domains with little hassle.
Swoop is a CMS intergate with SMF forum! It enables users run both of swoop and smf forum at the same time in a users system, login at once! It support multi languages(in AN ARTICLE, not skin), multi pages(AN artile has many pages)
Totāli is an open source wiki engine, written primarily in PHP, CSS, and AJAX, combining simplicity with sophisticated technology to create an innovative user-friendly and secure environment.
Uhella is a free, open source, W3C-compliant web note service. With Uhella, you can Whiteboard on web, blog, photo (flickr), video (youtubo),instantly share everything anywhere.
wikihelpia is the place where anybody who helps more, gets more help
Wikilayzer is a python tool for analyzing the history of Media-Wiki' (Wikipedia's wiki program). Main features including - Which user wrote what part of the current text, who added/deleted specific text, vandalization history etc...
A tool to help finding the corresponding interwikis the when translating a wikipedia article from a given language to another one.
Wikind is a wiki that heavily uses kind information for every aspect of pages, objects or files management, storing and operating. Wikind tries also to be kind to users; editors and readers of wiki. Wikind targets to have *real* file based backend.
WikiSlides is a project aimed at simplifying the creation of powerpoints, html pages, and papers. It uses Python and pycairo on top of a simple wiki-like markup language to achieve this.
Windywiki is a JEE webapp port of Indywiki. Windywiki aims to explore different ways of visually browsing wikipedia pages, essentially becoming a wikipedia metabrowser.
xScripter Content Management System A in PHP 5.2 written open Community CMS.