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"WikiWiki" is Hawaiian for "quick." (source)
okay, THIS (entire website) is a wiki, and THIS (page) is about wikis, or about some things I might think are interesting, might think about, or links I want to find back.
What Is Wiki? from wiki.org (devoted to the book “The Wiki Way”)
Mark S. Choate
No db-needed, as it stores everything in flat files. PHP. Easily skinned (although you can barely tell, from me!)
You can implement everything from issue-tracking systems to blogs via PmWiki.
See Also: PmWikiCommonSetup for some of my common setup tasks
web-based project management and bug-tracking tool
The core of oddmuse is a single, 4000-line perlscript. Which makes for simple installs and upgrades. There are also extensions, skins, etc.
I’m currently testing an oddmuse install... OtherMichael November 18, 2010, at 08:56 AM
See more notes @ Programming.Screw Turn Wiki
I’ve found the documentation and setup notes to be less than welcoming. By default, no pages -- markup, initial tasks, etc -- are installed. AWK-ward.
simple Perl; includes a simple personal web-server, allowing it to be run from a stick (As long as Perl is already installed). Sweet!
I can’t find a lot of information on doxWiki out there; the only canonical source seems to be sourceforge (linked above), and there are no docs, forum entries, etc. other than the brief in-wiki pages that doxWiki ships with.
It is much easier to run locally than to install onto a server.
The included instructions are for root Apache access only.
My host, 1and1, does not allow access to the
httpd.conf file, so I can only use the
.htaccess file. doxWiki suggests the equivalent setup can be done in
.htaccess, but gives no indication of how to go about it. And the two are very different beasts....
need to chmod 755 on all .cgi and .pl files
Couldn’t get the rewrite rule for the images directory correct, and just ended up changing i directly in
This was annoying for multiple reasons...
- references to images are coded in separate places. one as
- why are references to page layout hard-coded at all? Why aren’t they more configurable?
- I’m too used to the skinning-flexibility of PmWiki
I used a TW for a while on a thumb-drive; I had some data-corruption issues on the file, and lost everything once. Got dis-enchanted. The concept is still stellar.
Powers Wikipedia. heavy install, supposedly
article on the architecture of MediaWiki
I’ve vaguely heard nice things about DokuWiki
PHP, flat-files, no database. nice.
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