DokuWiki is a simple to use Wiki aimed at a small companies documentation needs. It works on plain texts files and thus needs no database. It has a simple but powerful Syntax which makes sure the datafiles remain readable outside the Wiki. It utilizes GNU grep for fast text search. Read more hot
MoinMoin is an advanced, easy to use and extensible WikiEngine with a large community of users. Read more hot
AceWiki is a semantic wiki that is powerful and at the same time easy to use. Making use of the controlled natural language ACE, the formal statements of the wiki are shown in a way that looks like natural English. In order to help the users to write correct ACE sentences, AceWiki provides a predictive authoring tool.
Anwiki is a Wiki and CMS that is dedicated to multilingual content. It is a translation center for "on-the-fly" collaborative translation and automatic multilingual coordination with revision history.
Apache::MiniWiki is a simplistic Wiki for Apache. It doesn't have many uses besides very simple installations where hardly any features are needed.
Bitswiki is a wiki that runs on Ruby on Rails. It features tags, searching, textile markdown, revision comparison, pluggable external authentication, listing of recent changes, RSS feeds for individual page changes or the entire wiki, and scriptaculous drawer effects.
BoreWiki provides a Web form interface to edit reStructuredText formatted text and creates static (X)HTML pages out of it. It provides password-based user authentication, and has directory-based access control for these users.
Chiq_chaq was inspired by WikiWikiWeb, implementing forum-like features and dynamic site management, combined with easy localization and friendliness towards non-technical users.
ciwiki is a personal lightweight wiki based on DidiWiki.
Cloud Wiki is a wiki engine written in Python and backed by Sqlite, providing user authentication, powerful command line administration facilities, and a concise, efficient Web interface.
DocBookWiki can display DocBook documents online. Different from the other applications, which convert a DocBook document into HTML first, in order to display it online, DocBookWiki converts it on the fly, so that the format for saving the document will still be XML (DocBook). In order to do this efficiently, DocBookWiki splits it first into chunks, according to chapters, sections etc.
doxWiki is a simple-to-use Wiki for a Web site, personal database, or flexible document source. It has a compatible mark-up language with powerful extensions. It can use any Web server or built-in personal server. The output is XHTML-compliant.
ErfurtWiki is a small Wiki engine implemented in PHP which stores its pages in a MySQL database or via a flat file backend.
FinScribe is a flexible Web authoring application which provides wiki and weblog authoring functionality in one application (commonly referred to as a "bliki"). Originally written as a technology demonstration for the Fins Web application framework, FinScribe has grown into a full featured application that offers the best features of many different applications in one easy-to-use package.
Foswiki is wiki software, supporting the editing of Web pages in an ordinary Web browser by end users. It offers a flexible, powerful, secure, yet easy to use web-based collaboration platform. Read more
Gazest is a wiki inspired by Git and Mercurial. It preserves the full history graph of every revision to enable branching and merging. The look and feel is trivial to change.
GeboGebo Wiki is a system written for tdbengine. It stores all data in a local database structure and thus provides an indexed fulltext search.
GetWiki is an interactive PHP/MySQL application for Wiki websites such as Wikinfo. A highly modified, and controversial, version of the MediaWiki 1.1.0 software running Wikipedia and other sites, GetWiki introduces XML import of individual articles from any other Wiki-site offering XML export.
Groowiki is a Wiki program and a document management system together. It is a wiki program that utilizes Subversion, Groovy, Velocity, and many more existing products.
Hatta is a small wiki engine for use inside a Mercurial repository. It can run locally and doesn't require any configuration; it's just a single Python file.
IkeWiki is a kind of Wiki (a so-called "Semantic Wiki") developed by Salzburg Research that allows users to annotate pages and links between pages with semantic annotations. Such annotations are useful because they give machines a certain amount of "understanding" of the content that goes beyond merely displaying the page.
ikiwiki converts a directory full of wiki pages into HTML pages suitable for publishing on a Web site. Unlike many wikis, ikiwiki does not have its own ad-hoc means of storing page history, and instead uses a revision control system such as Subversion. ikiwiki implements all of the other standard features of a wiki, including Web-based page editing, user registration and logins, a RecentChanges page, BackLinks, search, Discussion pages, tags, smart merging and conflict resolution, page locking, and commit email messages. It also supports generating RSS feeds and blogging, and a plugin system allows many other features to be added.
JOTWiki is a full featured wiki engine, which allows you to create, edit, and link Web pages easily without having to learn a difficult language like HTML. It features no dependencies other than a J2EE engine, multiple namespaces (allowing you to have multiple "sites"), easy administration, template support, a built-in database, saving of pages in plain text, and full support for profiles, users, and permissions.
JSPWiki is a feature-rich wiki software built around the standard J2EE components of Java, servlets and JSP. Read more
KwikWiki is a Web application that enables you to set up a Web site where anyone can edit the content of a page or add new pages. The system will track things like recent changes and indicate if a link is dead or not. It uses a very simple notation to create links and lists and to format text. KwikWiki also keeps every version of a page that is saved so you don't have to worry about losing old data. KwikWiki also has a fast and scalable full-text search functionality that does things like show all the pages which are related to the current page.
LionWiki is a minimalist file-based templatable, extensible wiki engine that works from just one file (30KB). It supports page history, recent changes, interface localization, password protection (both writing pages and seeing), and much more through plugins (CAPTCHA, RSS, syntax for Tables).
MindTouch Deki is a web-based enterprise collaboration, wiki software and mashup platform. It is divided into a front-end (written in PHP) and an API, written in C#. Read more
moin2rst is a MoinMoin formatter plugin for rendering a MoinMoin Wiki page in reStructuredText syntax.
MojoMojo is a Web2.0 wiki with AJAX live preview, hierarchical structure, tags, diffs, pluggable syntax, permissions/ACL, attachments, RSS feeds, a photo gallery, edit conflict resolution via 3-way merge, themes/skinning, localization, built-in full-text search, and a reverse index.
Nanoki is a simple, elegant wiki engine implemented in Lua.
Ogham is designed to be a wiki like cms for non technical users. The emphasis is on ease of use over features. Non technical users have difficulty with any markup language so I felt a WYSIWYG editor was essential.
OntoWiki is a tool providing support for agile, distributed knowledge engineering scenarios. It facilitates the visual presentation of a knowledge base as an information map, with different views on instance data. It enables intuitive authoring of semantic content, with an inline editing mode for editing RDF content, smiliar to WYSIWIG for text documents. It fosters social collaboration aspects by keeping track of changes, allowing users to comment on and discuss every single part of a knowledge base, enabling them to rate and measure the popularity of content, and honoring the activity of users.
OpenGuides is a wiki-like package for maintaining a collaborative city guide. It is written in Perl and runs as a CGI program, and uses either the MySQL or PostgreSQL database.
OrgoWiki2 is a wiki/BBS management system written in PHP, offering multiple areas, user pages,rich markup, internal backwards link, full referer tracking, RSS feeds, a public chat and an internal messaging system.
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. Read more
Platypus Wiki is a project to develop an enhanced Wiki Wiki Web with ideas borrowed from the Semantic Web. It offers a simple user interface to create wiki pages with metadata based on W3C standards. It uses RDF (Resource Description Framework), RDF Schema and OWL (Web Ontology Language) to create ontologies and manage metadata.
PmWiki is a WikiWikiWeb clone developed by PatrickMichaud in the PHP scripting language. PmWiki has been primarily designed as a tool to support easy, collaborative authoring and maintenance of web sites. Read more
PodWiki is a flexible and collaboratve web tool which allows a group of users, a community, to maintain a whole website online. It uses Perl POD as its markup language.
PukiWiki ('PoohKeyWeKey' without any prolonged sounds) is a wiki implementation that works on PHP 4 and 5, outputs XHTML 1.1, has many plugins (including one for bug tracking) and skins (such as one for embedded browsers), enables English and/or UTF-8 configuration, and features case-insensitive WikiNames. The formatting rules are based on YukiWiki.
PurpleWiki is a WikiWikiWeb implementation that adds purple numbers to paragraphs, headers, lists, and other fine-grained elements on a Wiki page. These numbers can be used to link to these elements. PurpleWiki may also be used as a document authoring system. Features include: Fine-grained addressability via purple numbers, Transclusions, Blog integration (MovableType and blosxom), and Modular architecture for maximum customizability.
QuikWiki is a Perl CGI Wiki that provides, functions to browse and edit Wiki pages, RCS version control, JPEG and PNG image display, page templates, and an application framework that allows embedded Perl scripts within pages.
remoteMoin is a couple of MoinMoin XML-RPC plugins which grant access to a MoinMoin Wiki beyond the options implemented in the standard distribution.
Rhizome Wiki is a Wiki-like content management and delivery system that exposes the entire site -- content, structure, and metadata as editable RDF. Rhizome is designed to enable non-technical users to create these representations in an easy, ad-hoc manner. To this end, it includes a text formatting language which similar to a Wiki's but lets you author arbitrary XML content and RDF metadata. And for developers, this allows both content and structure to be easily repurposed and complex web applications rapidly developed.
The Text_Wiki package allows you to transform text structured using Wiki rules into any defined target output format, such as XHTML, RTF, LaTeX, and so on.
tilswiki is a wiki engine that is always in edit mode. Any user can always click in the content area and start typing.
Triki Wiki (Triki) is a lightweight, flat-file Wiki system written in PHP (and Xhtml). Read more
TWiki is a flexible, powerful, and easy to use Web-based collaboration platform. Use TWiki to run a project development space, a document management system, a knowledge base, or any other groupware tool, on an intranet or on the internet. Read more
TWikiEdit allows you to use an arbitrary text editor to edit TWiki topics. In the future, a lot more file types should be made editable, especially file types typically used in attachments or plugins as SVG.
Very Quick Wiki
Very Quick Wiki is a WikiWiki web clone written using JSPs and designed to install and run with minimum effort on Tomcat or some other JSP server.
A small, lightweight, handy, expandable Wiki clone. Its main advantages are a visual (WYSIWYG) editor, an easy installer, full Russian support, many localizations, email notification on changes/comments, several cache levels, design themes (skins) support, XHTML compliance, page rights (ACLs), and page comments. Read more