Open source platform to write and publish print and digital books
Booktype makes it easier for people and organisations to collate, organise, edit and publish books. Delivering frictionlessly to print, lulu.com, and almost any ereader, Booktype facilitates collaborative production processes. No more lost manuscripts, overwritten Word files, awkward wikis or cumbersome CMSes.
This is a "high-end" wiki system based on the Django framework for Python. Intention of this project was to write a transparent wiki system which allows direct editting of HTML on wiki pages. Notice: Recent code is available on the Launchpad(!) project page: https://launchpad.net/aintnowiki/
What is EROS? Energy Resonance Open Source is an energy related developer environment for Ozone-Friendly Solutions. These Developer Collaboration Sites (DC's) promote energy-based DC applications and extensions as a kernel for major operating systems
Hatta is a wiki engine that uses a Mercurial repository for storing the pages. You can run it as a web application on your server, or locally on your computer. You can also do both, and synchronize the repositories once in a while.
KUNWiki stands for K UNiversal Wiki. It is an extended version of MediaWiki integrated with Web 2.0/3.0 features to provided one stop solution that provides Ease of Use, Community Features & Data aggregation capabilities.
CMS with mixed concept of issue tracker tickets and wiki pages.
A Trac plugin to allow pasting screenshots or images with one click
A Trac plugin to allow pasting screenshots or other images captured or copied in the clipboard directly as attachements to tickets, Wiki pages, etc., without the need to first saving as images and then uploading them. Once the plugin is installed in Trac, you can easily attach a screenshot or any image you have in the clipboard to a Ticket or Wiki page, with one click.
Wiki-based HTML-Generator Skiwikidi is supposed to be a small tool for creating HTML pages. The layout of the generated HTML pages and the different HTML elements can be set up by using templates. The application provides a GTK frontend.
Spoor is a lightweight, highly-customizable wiki engine with support for dynamically creating fields for structured data. It is written in Python and utilizes the Django web framework.
Extension of Trac from Edgewall. This plugin adds possibility to use semantic features in wiki. It is targeted to support software development and presentation. Uses standalone semantic repository Sesame 2. Download plugin or try virtual machine.
Tweepcraft-OS is a 3D human model and prop simulator for SuperWikia Alpha. Using Tweepcraft-OS 3D prescriptions and extensions, users may improve animation, voice over lip syncing and other runtime features. Requires SuperWikia Alpha, Wobba Wobba and
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.
Wiko, the wiki compiler, compiles wiki like files into html and LaTeX, combining easy wiki syntax, your preferred non-web text editor and svn/cvs control to write static webs, cientific articles or even blogs.
WikiPL is a collaborative programming web environment. Each article in the wiki is a function or class or any other piece of Python code. Through WikiPL you can publish, document, test, execute and evolve your code under a vivid wiki community.
These are the scripts for putting together your own MindTouch/Zenoss mashup. The mashup places live data from a Zenoss installation in the context of MindTouch wiki pages for taking configuration notes and other possible future mashups.
The Hungarian Wikipedia developers' project
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, ..
Python MediaWiki Bot Framework
A Python library and collection of tools that automate work on MediaWiki sites. Originally designed for Wikipedia, it is now used throughout the Wikimedia Foundation's projects and on many other MediaWiki wikis including wikidata service. We do not use sourceforge.net anymore, but are very grateful for their support in the past. Please see our website at https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Pywikibot Our pypi package could be found at https://pypi.org/project/pywikibot/
Siirretty GitHubiin: https://github.com/silvonen/pywikipedia-fi
given a url, spit out a 'cite web' citation for use on wikipedia. try to parse title, author, date, etc. can do PDF files if you install pyPdf
Tools to export mediawiki articles to word documents.
Wikilayzer is a python tool for analyzing the history of Media-Wiki' (Wikipedia's wiki program). Main features including - Which user wrote what part of the current text, who added/deleted specific text, vandalization history etc...
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.
A collection of python scripts to create and handle an XML corpus (a large collection of text for linguistic purpose) from an original Wikipedia database backup dump. It includes a regular expression based parser for the MediaWiki markup language.
WikiSlides is a project aimed at simplifying the creation of powerpoints, html pages, and papers. It uses Python and pycairo on top of a simple wiki-like markup language to achieve this.