Open Source Enterprise Wiki and Web Application Platform
Enterprise collaboration platform with over 400 extensions. Users without programming skills can create web applications. 50,000 small businesses, many Fortune 500 companies, and millions of people use TWiki, with installations of 100,000s of pages. Visit http://twiki.org/ for the open source TWiki. The TWiki community is focusing on building the best collaboration platform for the workplace. We invite you to GET INVOLVED! More at http://bit.ly/twGetInv.
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.
A wiki system intended to be used as a blog. It is written in perl and runs under apache.
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.
The HyperGlossary Project enables real-time annotations of web sites for the purpose of explaining jargon-heavy pages with pop-up definitions and other resources, such as powerpoints and videos.
The Mediawiki Pipes extension implements external data access and processing through a series of configurable nodes that form a Pipe. The net effect is to create a Wiki based application framework. See http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:Pipes
PositLog is an open source CMS for building custom-made Websites. It provides you with the capability to write text, draw pictures, and paste photos and any HTML code anywhere on draggable and zoomable web pages.
A wiki which is easy to extent and customize with focus on access control and user administration written in perl.
PERL CGI bible study system originally developed for the Christian distro ShepherdPup Linux. Includes integrated Wiki for notes, W3C Slidy and RSS2 feed generation.