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.
Make robots for MediaWiki-powered sites!
The DotNetWikiBot Framework was developed so that it can offer a helping hand with many complicated and routine tasks of wiki site development and maintenance. DotNetWikiBot Framework is a cross-platform full-featured client API, that allows you to build programs and web robots easily to manage information on MediaWiki-powered sites. DotNetWikiBot Framework can also be used for learning C# and .NET.
Highly Modular CMS framework includes: Wiki, Articles / News, phpBB Forum Bulletin Board, Blogs, Image Photo Gallery, ... includes TikiWiki upgrader. Databases supported: MySQL, Postgres, Oracle, Firebird, IIS/MS-SQL for PHP on Windows or Linux.
ConcourseConnect is a comprehensive, Open Source platform for rapidly deploying large online communities. Built for high performance and scale with Enterprise 2.0, Web 2.0, social networking and online directory features.
This MediaWiki-patch allows custom namespaces to be hidden from public view, only viewable for users with special permission.
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/
A Wikipedia bot (a computer program designed to make automated edits to Wikipedia). It is written in Standard C - C99 - using the standard libraries and libcurl. This project has not met its long-term goals, and has been abandoned.
Automatically embed Wikipedia topic information into PDF documents via pop up annotations. This relies on the Wikipedia Miner service that is also available on Sourceforge.
This project is dedicated to eradicating any and all poor documentation for Linux. If you cannot find what you're looking for here, please feel free to add a page about it. Everyone who is human and English speaking is welcome to contribute.
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.