DaeWik is a wikilike storage-system-daemon for documentations. It uses HTTP 1.1 (RFC 2616) for communication with "view systems". DaeWik handles the complete storage, authentication and session-management.
Un ensemble de scripts utilises par Framasoft. Ils ont ete realise afin de mieux gerer des serveurs ou pour ajouter des fonctionnalites à nos sites internet.
Kiwi Engine is a secure drop in replacement for MediaWiki
Sick and tired of your MediaWiki wiki getting hacked? Kiwi Engine is for you! Kiwi Engine a drop in replacement for MediaWiki written in C++/Qt with an emphasis on security. Features: - does not require an http server like Apache - runs as it's own restricted user - is an independent daemon - runs with limited access to a sql database - zero filesystem access (images/files are moved to the database) - expandable via compiled in plugins - based on secure programming practices
Programa para automatizar la creación artículos en Wikipedia en español sobre objetos astronómicos del catálogo NGC. Rellena los campos automáticamente a partir de diversas bases de datos en línea, generando un código base sobre el que trabaj
NeoKiller is a project that aims to duplicate the .NET framework Huggle program <http://enwp.org/WP:HG> in C++ to provide extensive cross-operating-system compatibility. See our wiki at http://neokiller.sf.net/
Personal wiki. Real wiki syntax, fast editing without need for using a mouse or learning new keyboard shortcuts. Editing documents with different wiki syntaxes on different places. Edit all your favourite wikis in one place!
SuperWikia: The Runtime/Realtime Environment for Codesmiths
The SuperWikia Alpha 1.0 application is an IDE specifically developed for 3D and graphic content. Its built upon the Unity foundation and incorporates various libraries from Komodo IDE, wxDevC++, CodeBlocks, QT Creator and other applications. Its Realtime purpose is an IDE (codesmith developer access), its Runtime (U/I) function is as a space building simulator, operating in conjunction with the SuperWikia 'Navigator' user interface to simulate space economics and fleet operations. It allows users (known as 'data fleet navigators' or DFN's) to compete in tourneys over vast regions known as 'expanses' and to create envoys that manage onsite and offsite stations. Using additional SuperWikia components, users may enhance their experience with plugins and 'dataplates' that help build the Runtime environment. Codesmiths (SuperWikia Alpha developers) can also build on top of the codebase using 'transcribes', acronym/algebraic encodes that differentiate codesmith works.
SuperWikia-Navigator: The SuperWikia End User Interface
SuperWikia-Navigator is the main U/I for SuperWikia Alpha, a space building environment IDE and 3D interactive wiki. Built using PSD files, it is currently being retrofitted for QT and rebuilt in C++. The wiki is a general PHP/MySQL application migrated from MediaWiki and is boosting its browser plugin campaign for Internet Explorer, Firefox and Chrome.
XBMC is so powerful. But I think it is too big. In this project I will reduce the project and make it as small as possible. It will be easy to use in many platforms.
Web 2.1 is a multiplattform Web 2.0 browser. It is easily expandable, works for wikis, blogs, webboards and communitypages like Facebook or MySpace.
WikiMesh shall endeavour to relieve the bandwidth strain on Wikipedia and other popular wikis by creating a global, distributed, lazily-updated cache of WikiText and using a local WikiText-to-Html renderer (available as a standalone module).
creole/c is a Wiki Creole parser and a HTML converter. It implements Wiki Creole 1.0 and almost all of its additions. The parser is written in C++ and has a simple event driven plain C API. The converter is a stand-alone console application.