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/
Small and lightweight MediaWiki interwiki robot. Aimed specially for Wikimedia Foundation's projects.
Annoki is a set of extensions for MediaWiki that facilitates team collaboration by making the wiki easier to use and more secure.
This project IS an HUGE security flaw DO NOT USE IT but you can dl it to see what NOT TO DO when you are an underskilled programmer.
http://wiki.piratenpartei.de/Benutzer:LPT2011Bot Zählt bei Wikis die Stimmen aus einer speziellen Vorlage mit Wikimate. First used http://wiki.piratenpartei.de/Benutzer:LPT2011Bot Counting the votes at wik from a special template with Wikimate.
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.
BaconMap is an IT Resource Manager - Wiki program which visually maps IT resources and supports document management. Flexible and powerful! Visualize interdependent resources: "What fails when this fails?" Demo: http://baconmap.org/demo.php
A wiki system intended to be used as a blog. It is written in perl and runs under apache.
The MediaWiki Enterprise Distribution.
This freely available open-source software turns Wikipedia’s popular software engine MediaWiki into a fully-fledged enterprise wiki solution. Companies can continue cherishing MediaWiki’s numerous advantages and automation capabilities; with BlueSpice, they can now work even more comfortably, safely and more effectively. Compared with basic MediaWiki, BlueSpice provides, amongst other, the following enhancements: comfortable and sophisticated rights management capabilities, a visual editor (WYSIWYG), easy image - and file upload, workflows. Further information with respect to the management and administration of your wiki: BlueSpice is free, open source und not subject to any restrictions with regards to the number of users. There are no licence fees or other additional costs, no matter how many employees are using the software. Existing content is not changed or lost when installing BlueSpice. BlueSpice is simply installed on top of your existing MediaWiki.
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.
BusinessWiki is a Enterprise level Wiki available on GPL Licence. BusinessWiki bases on MediaWiki Core
Buzz Wiki is a commercial open-source wiki. It is based on WikkaWiki and WakkaWiki. It has an array of features, includes 15 themes(pure css/html) pre-installed. Plus we provide custom template creation service, as well as installation services.
A PHP content management system and application framework.
Cavendish-MW is a MediaWiki skin based on Mozilla's Cavendish skin
ClearLisp is a Common Lisp interpreter written in C# with a large library including all of .NET and an extensive object model. Supports IIS and XSP or Apache with mono. Includes sample code of a personal, file based wiki web application.
Multilingual Content Synchronization with Wikis: CoSyne is a Research and Technological Development project co-funded by the European Union. Details: http://cosyne.eu
Code Syntax Highlighting Engine, and Editor for web browsers, and site
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 is a plug in for the confluence wiki. It provides makros to easily link to blogs in the SAP Developer Network (SDN) as well as SAP-notes. The plug in also includes the ability for syntax highlighting for the programming language ABAP.
Crabgrass is social networking, group collaboration, and network organizing Web application. It consists of a solid suite of group collaboration tools such as private wikis, task lists, a file repository, and decision making tools.
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.
MediaWiki Extension which displays tabular data and at the same time saves it to a database table, so that it can be retrieved on other pages.
The DkWiki was developed to to avoid the need to learn yet another WIKI markup language. The DkWiki is simple to use and implements an already established markup language. HTML already works as a good markup script and we felt no need to change it.
DocBook DokuWiki is a wiki system that includes DocBook XML support. It allows collaborative writing of DocBook XML documents in a wiki way. It supports section level editing with locking, as well as an easy document structure editor.