quarta-feira, 30 de julho de 2008

construindo wikis...

Stand Alone Wikis


Corendal Wiki - A free and open source wiki package directed at corporate users. It’s been a while since it has had any updates.

DokuWiki - Aimed at small companies’ documentation needs. Offers templating and plugin support.

FlexWiki - A free and open source wiki built on the .NET framework.

GetWiki - A modified version of MediaWiki that provides new features including XML importing.

IpbWiki - A system that integrates MediaWiki with Invision Power Boards to make for a whole new wiki experience.

JAMWiki - A Java based clone of MediaWiki that uses the same syntax for things such as footnotes, templates and more.

MediaWiki - The same software that powered the omnipresent Wikipedia, MediaWiki is a PHP based, customizable system that is one of the most popular solutions due to its familiarity.

Mindtouch - Free and open source wiki if you choose to run it on your own host, but if you prefer a managed solution for an enterprise install, they offer various managed solutions.

MoinMoin - Has different built-in templates and allows for the support of documents. Popular framework being used by the likes of the GNOME and Ubuntu sites.

Ogham - A wiki-like CMS system that runs in JavaScript and is aimed at people who feel standard wikis are too technically challenging.

PHPWiki - One of the oldest wiki solutions, first appearing in December 1999.

PikiePikie - Files are stored in such a way that they are easily manipulated with a text editor on the server, and has safeguards against spammer attacks that make it easy to roll back edits.

PmWiki - Built more for non-IT people and those that have no wiki background. Easy to change skins and appearance.

QwikiWiki - Built for speed and minimal features, QwikiWiki is built for ease and a quicker learning curve.

TikiWiki - A content management system capable of handling many different jobs, but as the name implies, it favors wikis.

Wikka Wiki - Forked from Wakka Wiki, Wikka has some new features such as support for mindmapping.
Wiki Farms


@wiki - A completely free wiki service that offers WYSIWIG editing and password protected posts.

ClearWiki.com - Gives you your own subdomain, up to 10 users, 256 MB of storage for the free accounts, does have paid solutions with more of everything. Directed towards businesses.

EditThis.info - Allows you a free 25 MB MediaWiki install with unlimited users and pages.

eTouch SamePage - Allows teams to work in a collaborative environment on projects, free version allows for up to 5 users, 3 projects and 15 pages.

LittleWiki - Create a public or private free wiki with WYSIWIG or plain text editors.

Netcipia - Free wikis with no limits on what you can do and even allows you to monetize your site to sell your expertize on a subject.

On-Wiki - Somewhat directed towards academics and business in that it allows media, graphs, plotting and more for free.

PBWiki - Offers free wikis, but they only have 10 MB of space. Paid solutions start at $99.50 a year. The service offers password protected wikis for private or corporate situations.

ScribbleWiki - A MediaWiki hosting service that has free accounts for personal use and paid solutions for companies that need their pages ad-free. Site has tech support and a few other premium features.

ViaWiki - Offers free 25 MB sites and paid solutions for multiple users up to an unlimited number.

Wetpaint - A free wiki farm that focuses on bringing together the wiki format with blogs and forums. Very much directed towards fan-style sites.

Wiki-Site - Free MediaWiki accounts for individuals and groups, paid accounts get unique domains, access to stats and no advertisements, amongst other perks.

Wikia - Co-founded by Jimmy Wales of Wikipedia fame, Wikia has to approve each wiki that is started, and they have to be believed to draw a large amount of traffic and editors.

Wikidot - 300 MB free Wiki for whatever you want, Google AdSense can be placed in your wiki with you keeping 80% of the revenue.

Wikispaces - Starts at free 2 GB site for friends and families up to paid white label solutions.

XWiki -Offers free solutions as well as paid options for enterprise users. Allows for application development and embedding in pages, along with RSS feeds to keep teams up on changes.

Um comentário:

mbraz disse...


ainda tem o TiddlyWiki http://www.tiddlywiki.com . E' um personal wiki super simples pois roda todo em um arquivo.