See also: Wiki Tools | Wiki | Content management systems
A Wiki Wiki Web server engine is a pretty simple piece of software, and there are many examples available. Most of these server engines are available under the GPL so it is easy to modify them according to your needs.
Some, like Google classify a wiki engine as groupware.
- infoAnarchy (Jan 2003) used the UsemodWiki for example. Since august 2004 infoAnarchy switched to MediaWiki
This list is not exhaustive.
- MediaWiki – PHP
- MoinMoin – Python
- Tiki | Sourceforge Page – Tiki is a CMS system based on a Wiki, it has all the features a regular Wiki application has and a lot more. Tiki uses PHP and templates via Smarty.
- Twiki – Perl
- UseMod – BumpyCase – Free Link
- Oddmuse – Perl – Free Link – fork from UseMod origins supports Free Link and blog journal entries – just registered oddmuse.org –
- Kwiki – Perl – BumpyCase – Free Link – 0.17 released june 03 – basic blogging module and Free Link option stated but not seen
- Zwiki – Python, A Zope product
- Riters.com – A free online document collaboration service. Create documents using their traditional document sharing method, or start your own Wiki on their Wiki farm.
- PmWiki PHP
- Wiki Engines List – An impressive list of wiki server software at c2.com.
- coWiki – Apache, MySQL Php5-dev – Free Links – Extraordinary plugin system and other features makes this capable as a Content Management System.
- TipiWiki – BumpyCase – Pre-production, source appears to be unavailable. Unsure of the language used.
- WikiFarms – Free topic-specific wiki hosts.
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