Foswiki is an Enterprise wiki, typically used to run a collaboration platform, knowledge base or document management system. Users can create wiki applications using the Topic Markup Language, and developers can extend its functionality with plugins. Foswiki stands for "Free and Open Source" wiki to emphasize its commitment to Open Source software.
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
Wrt-Wiki is a lightweight Wiki for a Linksys WRT running OpenWRT Firmware. It provides basic Wiki functionality and a administration interface allowing page to be locked, deleted, renamed or made to be executed as shell scripts.
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
The Web Community Wiki aims to create a base for informations, using mediawiki and the semantic mediawiki extension. The project works on templates for the wiki and on skins and extensions to enhance the useability of the Web Community Wiki.
ETAF: e Test Automation Framework The 'e' in ETAF signifies that it is a web based framework. It also stands for Efficient and Effective.