PhpWiki is a WikiWikiWeb clone in PHP. A WikiWikiWeb is a site where anyone can edit the pages through an HTML form. Multiple storage backends, dynamic hyperlinking, themeable, scriptable by plugins, full authentication, ACL's.
ePubExport is a Mediawiki extension for export wiki pages in epub format for offline reading in supported electronic readers or tablets.
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.
Change documents within a MediaWiki with a click! Open a document via the external editor and save it back. Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/
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.
Highly configurable and extensible encyclopedia software which can be used for any material or data.
Embeddable/J2E/Desktop Java Wiki CMS
Articles Viewer WebSite that is perfect for technology, social updates
A WebSite that is good for technology news and social webpages and can be used for many other goals like medical website or tech-blog
The goal of the jMWOF project is to provide a reliable, easy-to-use, cross-platform object framework for interfacing with MediaWiki-based (http://www.mediawiki.org/) wikis through the exclusive use of the API (http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/API).
The Launch Module Environment for SuperWikia is a kernel application for SuperWikia Alpha which creates ED-C2 environments for SuperWikia Alpha's U/I. Its end build is a wiki-style enduser macro which supports all other SuperWikia kernel application.
A set of web utilities for managing MediaWiki.
Mediawiki C Library - free and simple library for dealing with mediawiki sites.
The Mediawiki Pipes extension implements external data access and processing through a series of configurable nodes that form a Pipe. The net effect is to create a Wiki based application framework. See http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:Pipes
A Wiki software depended on DokuWiki.
NeoKiller is a project that aims to duplicate the .NET framework Huggle program <http://enwp.org/WP:HG> in C++ to provide extensive cross-operating-system compatibility. See our wiki at http://neokiller.sf.net/
WPCleaner is a small portable tool designed to help on maintenance tasks (mainly disambiguation and check) on Wikipedia. Source code has been moved to github https://github.com/WPCleaner/wpcleaner
Web 2.1 is a multiplattform Web 2.0 browser. It is easily expandable, works for wikis, blogs, webboards and communitypages like Facebook or MySpace.
A set of libraries and programs to access MediaWiki based websites' data through the MediaWiki API. Also includes visual tools to aid editing wiki-markup pages. Created using the .Net framework and C#
WikiPL is a collaborative programming web environment. Each article in the wiki is a function or class or any other piece of Python code. Through WikiPL you can publish, document, test, execute and evolve your code under a vivid wiki community.
Tools to convert Z mark-up to HTML or text.
A small library and two command-line tools to parse and convert Z notation from the "e-mail" mark-up into HTML code, or into UTF-8 text with box-drawing graphics, or into the Z Standard text format. See the project's Wiki Home Page for details --- the "Wiki" button in the bar above, or the following link:
creole/c is a Wiki Creole parser and a HTML converter. It implements Wiki Creole 1.0 and almost all of its additions. The parser is written in C++ and has a simple event driven plain C API. The converter is a stand-alone console application.
Lightweight library and programs for basic web programs (wiki, blog, etc) written in pure C99. Ideal for low-specced / embedded devices.
With this simple extension to MediaWiki you can insert images without associated links or linking to arbitrary urls.
WagTools is an open source Firefox extension for Wikipedia editors. It provides some similar functionality to other Wikipeidia tools like Huggle and AWB.