Hackpad : Wiki Platform https://hackpad.com/ "Hackpad is the best wiki ever"
Easy to edit documents keep everyone on the same page. Authorship colors show you who wrote what.
Keep track of all your plans using task lists. Keep track of all your kittens with inline photos, videos, and more!
Import your existing MediaWiki or Google Sites Wiki.
Cross between Wiki Host and Create a Website http://www.editme.com/ Cross between Wiki Host and Create a Website
Build a website with a single click, by yourself or collaborating with a team.
Plans start at just $5 per month.
MediaWiki (Review) http://wiki.itap.purdue.edu/display/INSITE/MediaWiki MediaWiki (Review)
MediaWiki is a downloadable software package that was first intended for use by the free encyclopedia, Wikipedia. Today, the software is available for free to the general public to build and publish their own wiki pages.
Wiki Software to Download
100+ More Wiki Tools and Resources https://mashable.com/2008/12/31/wiki-resources/ 100+ More Wiki Tools and Resources "Wiki engines are some of the most versatile platforms for creating websites out there.
MediaWiki (the engine that powers Wikipedia) is probably the most widely used, but there are literally hundreds of other wiki engines.
We previously covered more than 30 of these apps in our first Wiki Toolbox. Here are more than 100 others to meet your every wiki need."
30+ Solutions to Start Your Own Wiki https://mashable.com/2008/07/29/wiki-solutions/ 30+ Solutions to Start Your Own Wiki
"Whether you’re setting up an Intranet for your company or a collaborative website for your family, there are a variety of wiki solutions to choose from.
We’ve gathered a list of more than 30 of them for those that wish to try their hand at running one themselves or are looking for a fully hosted solution."
MindTouch Deki Wiki http://www.mindtouch.com MindTouch Deki is open source enterprise collaboration and wiki software.
Connect people, enterprise systems, web services, and Web 2.0 applications to create a social collaborative enterprise.
XWiki http://www.xwiki.com XWiki provides web-based enterprise collaboration solutions. Based on our second-generation wiki, they are designed to help you organize your information simply and share it effectively throughout your organization.
We harness the power of our Open Source technology to create enterprise-ready solutions that deliver the flexibility required to meet your organization's always evolving needs.
XWiki is a team of 20 people in France, Romania and Vietnam led by our CEO Ludovic Dubost, previously CTO of NetValue (specialist of internet based audience measuring) and Architect at Netscape Professional Services.
Scratchpad Wiki Labs http://scratchpad.wikia.com/wiki/Scratchpad_Wiki_Labs Scratchpad Wiki Labs
Welcome to Scratchpad Wiki Labs
Freely hosting hundreds of small collaborative projects. Start your own wiki here!
Scratchpad is a place to test wiki ideas before you launch a full wiki, and it's a place for small collaborative projects that don't need a whole wiki.
The database is shared with other mini wikis, but your project will have its own listing of recent changes and all pages as long as you use category tags.
Wikispaces Educational Webinars http://tinyurl.com/5nukcj Wikispaces Educational Webinars
We held our first live education webinar in Oct 2008. It was a great success.
We showed you how to begin your educational wiki, introduced our new notification and monitoring features, and heard from Clay Burell, an educator at the Korea International School.
The attendees loved Clay's talk on how he has used wikis in both global and local educational projects. If you missed the webinar, you can find a recording of the event at the URL above.
The Ultimate Guide to Google Knol http://tinyurl.com/5d3cjq The Ultimate Guide to Google Knol: 50+ Tips and Tricks
Like Wikipedia without the anonymity, Google Knol is turning into an excellent resource for both researchers and experts alike. It offers information consumers a platform for finding encyclopedia-like articles written by experts, and a place for these experts to write said articles. Read on to learn how you can make the most of this useful new tool.
WetPaint : Wiki service http://www.wetpaint.com/ WetPaint : Wiki service
Wetpaint powers websites that tap the power of collaborative thinking.
The heart of the Wetpaint advantage is its ability to allow anyone — especially those without technical skill — to create and contribute to websites written for and by those who share a passion or interest.
To do this, Wetpaint combines the best aspects of wikis, blogs, forums and social networks so anyone can click and type on the web.
Wikidot http://www.wikidot.com/ Wikidot.com is a farm of Wiki Sites. Our mission is to provide free and professional wiki publishing, collaboration and communication solutions to anyone who needs it and wants it.
In other words — we are giving away free hosted wikis (like www.your-site.wikidot.com) with lots of features!
... your wikis will remain free and clean (from ads) and can be private or public.
Wiki on a Stick http://stickwiki.sourceforge.net/ Wiki on a Stick
Welcome to Wiki on a Stick! This projects is a wiki that lives in one self-modifying HTML file. It's perfect to use in your home or office computer, laptop, USB pen drive (along with Portable Firefox if you want) and even in a diskette! It can be used as a personal notepad, calendar, repository for software documentation, and many other things.
Wiki on a Stick curretly works in Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer. There's read-only support for Opera.
Start a new wiki at Wikia http://www.wikia.com/wiki/Start_a_new_Wikia You can apply to start a new Wikia by filling out a request form.
This page gives information on the best way to start a new wiki for your community.
Videos on how to use PBwiki http://pbwiki.com/videos/ Jim the Intern presents a series of instructional videos on PBwiki.
What is a Wiki | Create a New Page | Share your Wiki | Upload Files/Pictures | Video Tutorial | Create a SideBar |
PBwiki is the world's largest consumer wiki farm http://www.pbwiki.com PBwiki is the world's largest consumer wiki farm. (free)
Wikis are simple Web pages that let you collaborate with others.
We launched PBwiki in June 2005. Within 48 hours, we had over 1000 wikis created. Today we have over 55,000 wikis and hundreds of thousands of pages of user-created content. From university professors to gamers, fashionistas to entrepreneurs, PBwiki users are creating the future of sharing information and creating communities.
Wikia - creating communities http://www.wikia.com/wiki/Wikia Wikia - creating communities : wiki hosting
You can start a new Wikia in any language today, or explore, browse, and edit an existing one from the list.
Community portal | mailing list |
pbwiki http://www.pbwiki.com/ pbwiki : make a free, password-protected wiki as easily as a peanut butter sandwich.
Wikispaces http://www.wikispaces.com/ Wikispaces is a place where you can easily build web pages with other people. Signing up and creating your own wiki space is fast, free, and easy.
Wikispaces is great for any kind of group website. It's for families, classrooms, sports teams, community groups, book clubs, fan clubs, party organizers, wedding planners, and more.
We make wikis accessible to everyone, not just technical users. We provide a clean interface, a visual page editor, and a focus on community collaboration.
To encourage the use of wikis in education, we've decided to offer free wikis to K-12 teachers and educators. These wikis can be public or private, have no advertising on them, provide unlimited usage, and are completely free. (Normally, our free spaces have advertising on them and our private spaces cost $5 a month.)
You can sign up for an educational Wikispace here:
TiddlyWiki http://www.tiddlywiki.com/ TiddlyWiki : keeps notes on anything you want, in a familiar format; can be cross referenced, labeled and easily searched; can be stored in one place on your computer; can be published on the Internet or taken with you on a USB key drive; and works on any kind of operating system.
A TiddlyWiki, simply put, is a collection of individual notes -- called tiddlers, naturally enough -- that you can create easily, and which can be viewed together or individually, shuffled in lists alphabetically or chronologically.
You can search inside them..
It is possible ability to tag, or label tiddlers
It allows anyone to create personal SelfContained hypertext documents that can be posted to any WebServer, sent by email or kept on a USB thumb drive to make a WikiOnAStick.
Choosing a Wiki .. what to consider. http://wiki.c2.com/?ChoosingaWiki Choosing a Wiki
This page is about choosing a wiki platform (software and/or services)
Useful questions in evaluating the Wiki for you ....
MediaWiki http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/MediaWiki MediaWiki is a free Wiki software package licensed under the GNU General Public License.
It is used to run Wikipedia and other Wikimedia Foundation projects, as well as many other wikis.
In case you don't already know, a wiki is a publicly editable website which allows its visitors to collaborate by editing its pages.
To install MediaWiki, you will need any operating system (GNU/Linux is suggested), any web server (apache2 is suggested), PHP >= 4.3 (PHP 4.3.11 is suggested) and MySQL >= 3.23 (MySQL 4.0.23 is suggested).
Schtuff http://www.schtuff.com/ Schtuff is a FREE Wiki service. A Wiki is a website that lets anyone easily create and edit pages, promoting group collaboration. Schtuff Wikis are called spaces.
We've made the traditional Wiki easier to use, and tacked on a few really nice features like tagging, custom permissions, and an image gallery.
GeboGebo http://www.gebogebo.org/ GeboGebo
GeboGebo is small and powerfull wiki software. It uses a tdbengine database structure, which makes it quite performant even on huge wiki sites.
The name GeboGebo derives from the Germanic rune gebo, which means as much as "Giving and taking". This is the main philosphy of a WikiWiki and so perfectly fits with this name.
TWiki - A Web Based Collaboration Platform : wiki http://www.twiki.org/ TWiki - A Web Based Collaboration Platform : a wiki
Welcome to TWiki, a flexible, powerful, and easy to use Web-based collaboration platform. Use TWiki to run a project development space, a document management system, a knowledge base, or any other groupware tool, on an intranet or on the internet.
Web content can be created collaboratively by using just a browser. Developers can create new web applications based on a Plugin API.