Lightweight extensible wiki engine
Ratawiki is a fast, reliable, standards-compliant, extensible and highly customizable wiki engine. URLs are query string-free, which makes it search engine-friendly. Recommended environments: php-fpm + nginx/lighttpd or apache+php. Can work with XML files, but PostgreSQL is recommended.
RefactorDW is a tool based on Java technology that provides several capabilities for restructuring and refactoring existing Dokuwiki article assets. It may be also used as a converter preparing the migration to Atlassian's Confluence wiki.
Extends the SMW (Semantic MediaWiki) API with support for #ask queries
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.
A mediawiki extension supplying a set of parser functions to generate and display graphviz, freemind and hypergraph graphs from the content of a semantic mediawiki, and parsing an uploaded freemind file.
Stickywiki is a personal note keeping wiki, run on your web server, making it accessible to many computers. Links are created wherever a set of words matches the title of another note (which is similar to how Tomboy does it.)
SxWiki is a PHP framework for automated editing of MediaWiki projects. Please see the Wiki tab above for more info.
Creating a universe of classes based on WikiPedia articles.
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.
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.
Uniwiki is an efficient P2P system for storing distributed wikis, with a typical user interface, but extended to large-scale scenarios transparently. In this project, we provide the customized web server and the Uniwiki web application.
This is a fork of the Wacko Wiki with many features and improvements. The main goal of this project was to create a wiki for our needs but now we think this project is interesting for the rest of the world :-)
Wegaware is PHP web application that bring together CMS and CRM. This project bring the best of RoundCube, Joomla, Drupal, OpenCRM, Vtiger, and Bitweaver. With in the redesign we will look to confirm what works with low cost hosting providers.
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.
An elegant and powerful wiki engine
A php wiki engine. Simple : no database require. Portable: all pages is stored in the same file of the code and also the template.
WikiDesign is the SourceForge of System Architecture Definitions. Individuals w/detailed domain knowledge contribute elements of projects that are organized into system elements preliminarily defined by a project initiator using smart templates.
WikiDox is an open source hybrid of the now-common Wiki and a document management system. The goals of WikiDox is to provide the same level of open collaboration that Wiki users currently enjoy.
Here you have an Java-based bot-framework for the WikiMedia-API
Un wiki avec gestion des permissons, un bbcode simple, un système de page facile, etc.
Wikidora extends JSPWiki by replacing its persistence layer with a digital object repository, in this case Fedora. Fedora provides automatic provenance metadata, assigns persistent identifiers, takes care of proper versioning and long-term archival.
Adds the ability to navigate within and between pages to the standard WIkipedia interface. The project won Best-in-contest for the AVIOS Speech Application contest in 2010.
WorkingWiki is a MediaWiki extension that makes a wiki into a source-code repository, IDE, and compute server. It has special support for LaTeX projects, including sophisticated translation to HTML for display within the wiki page.