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.
A MediaWiki extension built on top of Semantic Forms allowing to populate a user page with semantic data at signup time
SezHoo is a MediaWiki extension that uses article edit history to build a reputation for authors. This tool will establish and author's quantity, quality and value.
SimpelDataWiki (see http://wordbook.be/ for an example in use) is a PHP framework/CMS inspired by MediaWiki (SDW can be a wiki), but written from scratch and intended to be lightweight but flexible/extendible.
A stand-alone editor using Mediawiki markup language to generate HTML code. You can create and preview pages written using Mediawiki markup (i.e. Wikipedia pages) while off-line.
A web forum written in PHP using a selectable SQL backend
Spam Board is a forum software (or bulletin board, if you prefer that term) written in PHP and using an SQL database as backend. A wiki engine is available as an optional add-on.
A collection of Dokuwiki plugins that will enable the user to spatially enable and use the wiki, currently we have: openlayersmap (a map), geotag (ways of geotagging a page)
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.)
Suffr allows a group of Wiki users to administer the underlying computer system.
SxWiki is a PHP framework for automated editing of MediaWiki projects. Please see the Wiki tab above for more info.
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.
Creating a universe of classes based on WikiPedia articles.
The Free / Libre / Open Source Web App with the most built-in features
"Software made the wiki way" A full-featured, web-based, multilingual (40+ languages), tightly integrated, all-in-one Wiki+CMS+Groupware, Free Source Software (GNU/LGPL), using PHP, MySQL, Zend Framework, jQuery and Smarty. Tiki can be used to create all kinds of Web applications, sites, portals, knowledge base, intranets, and extranets. Tiki is the Open Source Web Application with the most built-in features. Highly configurable and modular, all features are optional and administered via a web-based interface. Major features include a wiki engine, news articles, discussion forums, newsletters, blogs, file galleries, bug and issue trackers (form generator), polls/surveys and quizzes, banner management system, calendar, maps, mobile , RSS feeds, category system, tags, an advanced themeing engine, spreadsheet, drawings, inter-user messaging, menus, advanced permission system for users and groups, search engine, external authentication, etc. Security reports: email@example.com
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
Umbraco alternative 8, .NET CMS forum & wiki multi site/domain
Umbraco alternative is an open source content management system (CMS) platform for publishing content on the World Wide Web and intranets. It is written in .NET and deployed on Microsoft based infrastructure. This software is a fork of ".net cms", new feature: Multi website, multilingual, multi domain, html5 100% validate code, responsive, databaseless, forum software, wiki, portable, rich snippets microdata.
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.
Very Quick Wiki is a Java Server Pages based WikiWikiWeb clone. It's goal is to be as lightweight but as functional as possible. It is deployed by dropping a single war file into any J2EE web container without any extra installation processes.
A wiki program developed to run on Progress Software Corporation's OpenEdge development platform.
WackoWiki is a light and easy to install multilingual Wiki-engine.
WackoWiki is a light and easy to install multilingual Wiki-engine. Supports WYTIWYG-editing, page rights (ACLs), design themes (skins), file upload, email notification and much more. Compatible with PHP 7.0 / 7.1 and MariaDB / MySQL.
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 :-)
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.