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Zwiki

Zwiki

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 and Plone, or it may be customized by site administrators.

The software supports a number of wiki markup styles, including MoinMoin, Structured text, reStructuredText, but allows also to edit pages in LaTeX or wysiwyg HTML. Zwiki can also co-exist with the Plone 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 sites.

 Zwiki 2.0b1

Price
Free to download

Size
0.5MB
License

GNU GPL v2

Developer
Simon Michael, Encolpe Degoute, Frank Laurijssens, John Riley, Sascha Welter, Ben Laurijssens, and many others

Website
www.zwiki.org

System Requirements
Zope

Support:
User Guide, Blog, FAQ

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • Works with plain Zope, or inside Plone sites
  • Flexible page hierarchy for organization, with no confusing namespaces
  • 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, MoinMoin, 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
  • Plugins
  • Highly configurable
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