Zwiki is a powerful, innovative, wiki engine written in Python
and based on the Zope
web application server.
Zwiki keeps pages in a hierarchy, like an outliner, which
helps to organize large amounts of content. Zwiki's user
interface comes in two main flavours: standard
or it may be customized by site administrators.
The software supports a number of wiki markup styles,
Structured text, reStructuredText, but allows also
to edit pages in LaTeX or wysiwyg HTML. Zwiki can also co-exist with
content management system.
Zwiki pages are by default stored in the ZODB object
oriented database backend.
Zwiki is used in academic, business, community and personal
| Zwiki 2.0b1
Free to download
GNU GPL v2
Simon Michael, Encolpe Degoute, Frank Laurijssens,
John Riley, Sascha Welter, Ben Laurijssens, and many others
to Wiki Home Page
- Works with plain Zope, or inside Plone
- Flexible page hierarchy for organization, with no confusing
- Smooth two-way email integration; can replace a mail list
- Elegant, integrated wiki-based issue tracker
- Multiple ways to edit - in your web browser, in any
external editor, ftp, webdav ...
- Choose your markup: RestructuredText, StructuredText,
WikiWikiWebMarkup, wysiwyg HTML, LaTeX, or plaintext
- Access the power of Zope and its add-ons - undo,
transactions, membership, cross-site syncing
- Completely manageable through the web
- Precise permissions-based access control
- Highly customizable skin
- Powerful in-page DTML scripting
- Strong internationalisation support
- Human-friendly, fuzzy urls
- RSS feeds
- Page ratings
- Highly configurable
Last Updated Thursday, March 27 2014 @ 03:56 PM EST