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Wikidora extends JSPWiki by replacing its persistence layer with a digital object repository, in this case Fedora. Fedora provides automatic provenance metadata, assigns persistent identifiers, takes care of proper versioning and long-term archival.
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.
Mechawiki is a library built on top of Mechanize library and it aims to give a SIMPLE common unified interface for most kind of wikis. In addition it should integrate a wiki language translator in order to make it transparent to different wikis.
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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, ..
Zydeco is a wikitext parser written in PHP, and based on the Creole markup language 1.0 (see http://www.wikicreole.org/wiki/Creole1.0 for more details). It includes some additional features such as support for MediaWiki-style tables.
The bot of Liné1 on wikipedia