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.
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.
Highly configurable and extensible encyclopedia software which can be used for any material or data.
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.
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/
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#
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.
With this simple extension to MediaWiki you can insert images without associated links or linking to arbitrary urls.
A tool to help finding the corresponding interwikis the when translating a wikipedia article from a given language to another one.