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.
The Official port of the STUNNING! CMS/CMFx "Drupal" to the .NET Framework. Combining The greatest open source CMS with the greatest development platform. It will have the same architecture and will support Drupal modules & themes out of the box.
FlexibleShare has FlexSpaces Alfresco doc mgt, workflow and search in pods with a dashboard style UI with added Flex UI pods (wiki, blog, discussions, calendar, doc lib pods) for Alfresco Share back-end. Based on FlexibleDashboard, supporting plug-able pod modules for BI/charting/reporting, etc. AIR version with desktop file drag/drop, in browser version, and Mobile (Android and iOS) version. Downloads and source now only at http://code.google.com/p/flexibleshare/ Developed by Integrated Semantics: http://integratedsemantics.com blog: http://integratedsemantics.org
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.
The SMW OntologyEditor is an extension of SemanticMediaWiki and has been developed as part of the ACTIVE project (http://www.active-project.eu/) in order to enable the development of lightweight ontologies and to provide knowledge repair algorithms.
wiki2xhtml converts wiki syntax into (X)HTML code and styles the page with CSS. It makes it easy to create good-looking pages without many know-how, and advanced users can use own code. The program can be run either in the console or with a GUI.
A free, open-source, offline Wikipedia application
XOWA is a desktop application for reading and editing Wikipedia offline (XOWA has moved to http://gnosygnu.github.io/xowa/download.html)