The Official port of the STUNNING! CMS/CMFx "Drupal" to the .NET Framework. Combining The greatest open source CMS with the greatest development platform. It will have the same architecture and will support Drupal modules & themes out of the box.
Dupal essentials is a project that will make Drupal admins' life easier for adding modules for they won't need to install much modules.
Hawi is a web-based geographic wiki used for mapping places that are interesting or encyclopedic. Hawi runs on LAMP and uses the Google Maps API. Hawi is licensed under the GPL and is freely available for anyone to use.
ASP.NET MVC Wiki engine
Creating a universe of classes based on WikiPedia articles.
Wegaware is PHP web application that bring together CMS and CRM. This project bring the best of RoundCube, Joomla, Drupal, OpenCRM, Vtiger, and Bitweaver. With in the redesign we will look to confirm what works with low cost hosting providers.
This program will allow Wikipedia users to tag each article. The cloud created will be displayed using a visual map. Users can then see the relation between articles that contain similar content even if they belong in different categories.
WikiDox is an open source hybrid of the now-common Wiki and a document management system. The goals of WikiDox is to provide the same level of open collaboration that Wiki users currently enjoy.
Here you have an Java-based bot-framework for the WikiMedia-API
Interface used to fight vandalism more efficiently on Wikipedia.
This WordMap is intended to give a structured map of English words.
Analog to Metasynth for all platforms, with MIDI support and realtime capabilities.
The Hungarian Wikipedia developers' project
Free and open source tools for MediaWiki
his is a cross-platform tool to fight vandalls, trolls,spammers etc. on wikipedia and similar projects. Edit information can be investigated by exact matching or regex, automatic actions can be performed (highlight, filter, add to list...)
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.
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.