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  Wiki: What Is Wiki   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Wiki is a piece of server software that allows users to freely create and edit Web page content using any Web browser.
Wiki supports hyperlinks and has a simple text syntax for creating new pages and crosslinks between internal pages on the fly.
Wiki is unusual among group communication mechanisms in that it allows the organization of contributions to be edited in addition to the content itself.
wiki.org /wiki.cgi?WhatIsWiki   (144 words)

  Wiki - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Many wikis will allow completely unrestricted access so that people are able to contribute to the site without necessarily having to undergo a process of 'registration', as had usually been required by various other types of interactive websites such as Internet forums or chat sites.
Wikis are a true hypertext medium, with non-linear navigational structures.
Wikis have shared, and encouraged, several features with generalized content management systems (CMS) which are used by enterprises and communities-of-practice.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Wiki   (2670 words)

 Wiki software - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The primary difference between wikis and more complex types of content management systems is that wiki software tends to focus on the content, at the expense of the more powerful control over layout seen in CMS software like Drupal, WebGUI, or at the expense of non-wiki features (articles, blogs,..) like in Tikiwiki.
"Wiki software" could be interpreted as comprising all of the software required to run a wiki, which might include a web server such as Apache, in addition to the "Wiki engine" itself, which implements the wiki technology.
Many wikis are highly modular, providing APIs which allow programmers to develop new features without requiring them to be familiar with the entire codebase.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Wiki_software   (487 words)

 Wiki - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre
También se puede referir una wiki como una colección de páginas hipertexto, que pueden ser visitadas y editadas por cualquier persona.
Los orígenes de los wikis están en la comunidad de patrones de diseño, que los utilizaron para escribir y discutir patrones.
Un wiki permite que se escriban artículos colectivamente (co-autoría) por medio de un lenguaje de wikitexto editado mediante un navegador.
es.wikipedia.org /wiki/Wiki   (1827 words)

 WikiMatrix - Compare them all
Find the Wikis that match your personal needs: Just answer a few questions in the Wiki Choice Wizard or create a customized Search.
Compare the Wikis of your choice in a comfortable side-by-side table.
Socialtext is the first wiki company and leading provider of Enterprise 2.0 solutions.
www.wikimatrix.org   (228 words)

 Wiki - susning.nu   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Wiki är en typ av webbsidor som allmänheten tillåts redigera och bidra till.
Okontrollerbar revisionism förhindras genom att alla ändringar sparas, vilket gör en wiki till ett sant demokratiskt instrument.
Att wiki lämpar sig för nydanande systemutveckling med många personer inblandade och kunskapsinhämtning på det breda planet gjorde att företaget Aronsson Datateknik fick upp ögonen för wiki-tekniken och startade susning.nu.
www.susning.nu /Wiki   (496 words)

 Wiki - Wikipédia
Le mot « wiki » vient du terme hawaiien wiki wiki, qui signifie « rapide » ou « informel ».
Une autre particularité des wikis réside dans son système de liens hypertextes.
Un wiki ouvert au grand public est maintenu en ordre 24 heures sur 24 par une communauté d'utilisateurs expérimentés poursuivant le même but.
fr.wikipedia.org /wiki/Wiki   (1177 words)

 New software may lick the sticky 'wiki' | csmonitor.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Wikis, which were first developed in the mid-'90s, are software programs that enable anyone to add, edit, or delete items on a webpage.
Wikis can be open to anyone, limited to a specified audience, or a little of both.
But since wikis are such a great tool to enable people to work together, don't be surprised if you see new ones appear soon at a workplace, school, or university near you.
www.csmonitor.com /2006/0809/p16s01-cogn.html   (823 words)

 Confluence - Enterprise Wiki Software
Confluence is an enterprise wiki that makes it easy for your team to collaborate and share knowledge.
Get a free personal wiki: Atlassian is currently offering free Confluence personal licenses.
The largest commercial wiki — 3,200+ organisations around the world.
www.atlassian.com /software/confluence   (219 words)

 BBC NEWS | Technology | Community websites take wiki path
It is built using wikis, open-source software which allows anyone to edit, add, delete, or replace an entry.
Businesses have started to embrace the wiki model to allow employees to collaborate and communicate about projects, while special-interest groups are also using them to share ideas.
Not as wiki as it used to be
news.bbc.co.uk /2/hi/technology/6171399.stm   (321 words)

 What's a Wiki?
A wiki (derived from the Hawaiian term for quick) is essentially a small piece of server software that allows users to freely create and edit Web content using any Web browser and no other special tools.
Any and all information being aggregated in a wiki can be changed or deleted by anyone (though many wikis preserve previous copies of posted contributions in the background).
The positive spin on the fragility of a wiki though, is that any flames or spam can be immediately removed so that wikis imbue good participants with a kind of survival-of-the-fittest power.
www.extremetech.com /article2/0,3973,1072779,00.asp   (914 words)

 repose :: EmacsWiki   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
emacs-wiki.el is a wiki major mode for emacs, which aims for implicit and natural markup.
For instance, this web site is a wiki project with a different publishing location and source directory, with different publishing headers and footers.
This makes sense when both the wiki files and publishing dir are on the file system, but it is also possible to publish via tramp.
repose.cx /emacs/wiki   (849 words)

 The Hurd Wiki   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
If you are not familiar with the TWiki collaboration tool (a Wiki type software implementation) and would like to contribute some content to the site, please visit Welcome Guest.
In an ideal Wiki, everyone is equal and shares equal rights, liberties, responsibilities and common sense.
Wiki Words are assumed to be topics in the current "web" unless preceded by the name of a "web" and a period.
hurd.gnufans.org - !http: //hurd.gnufans.org   (900 words)

 ONLamp.com -- Which Open Source Wiki Works For You?
Wiki implementations have appeared, enabling webmasters to set up their own Wikis on their sites.
It is not trivial to switch from one Wiki implementation to the other, because this will usually require translating all of the pages from the old syntax to the new one.
For Wikis with a lot of rich content, media, and internationalization, and that have their own dedicated databases, MediaWiki is ideal.
www.onlamp.com /pub/a/onlamp/2004/11/04/which_wiki.html   (4411 words)

 The GNU Arch Wiki - The GNU Arch Wiki
This wiki is for the GNU Arch Revision Control System.
Arch is a distributed, changeset oriented revision control system that grants developers the ability to work independently and merge code with one another when and if they choose.
Copyright information: on this Wiki, each page is licensed under theGNU General Public License; version 2 of the License*.
wiki.gnuarch.org   (446 words)

 Main Page - Adobe Labs
Content submitted to this wiki is licensed under a Creative Commons 2.5 Attribution license, but please note that Adobe Labs does not require any attribution for submitted content.
The Labs wiki is provided and maintained for the benefit of the Adobe community.
Your use of the Adobe Labs including the download of software, submission of comments, ideas, feature requests and techniques, and Adobe's rights to use such submitted materials, is governed by the Adobe Labs Terms of Use and the Adobe Privacy Policy.
labs.adobe.com /wiki/index.php/Main_Page   (468 words)

 Channel9 Wiki: HomePage
Wikis are cool because they're up to you.
Several Microsoft teams run their own wikis on this site - these use a different "namespace" to the Channel 9 wiki, so you won't see their updates in the main feed.
This Wiki is intended to be a "living document" associated with the Windows Mobile SDK documentation.
channel9.msdn.com /wiki/default.aspx   (526 words)

 ArchWiki :: Main Page - ArchWiki
Check the Wiki News page for the latest lowdown on the Wiki.
Note that we are currently in the process of editing the wiki structure.
The available syntax is listed in the Wiki Help Category and there is an Archwiki Tools section with some HOWTOs and guidelines.
wiki.archlinux.org   (255 words)

 What is wiki? - A Word Definition From the Webopedia Computer Dictionary
Similar to a blog in structure and logic, a wiki allows anyone to edit, delete or modify content that has been placed on the Web site using a browser interface, including the work of previous authors.
The term wiki refers to either the Web site or the software used to create the site.
The first wiki was created by Ward Cunnigham in 1995.
www.webopedia.com /TERM/w/wiki.html   (273 words)

 Shareaza Wiki - ShareazaWiki   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
To contribute to the Wiki, click on the 'Edit' button at the top of the page you want to update.
If you are interested in receiving technical support, or discussing topics related to Shareaza, you might also want to visit the Shareaza forums.
Learn about the Wiki: Learn what you can contribute to this website and how to do it.
wiki.shareaza.com /static   (326 words)

 Opera Browser Wiki :: The Opera Browser and Internet Suite
Because this is a wiki, these pages are open to ALL who want to add information they consider important.
If you are unfamiliar with the concept of wikis, see WhatIsAWiki.
WikiToDo — A list of the most outstanding tasks that the Opera wiki community needs to do.
www.nontroppo.org /wiki/Opera7   (642 words)

 FrontPage - Tapestry Wiki
SF.net Wiki: The old wiki, set up when Tapestry was a SourceForge project, still exists and still has some useful content not yet migrated here.
WantedPages: All the "broken links" -- a list of all the pages on this wiki that are linked to, but do not exist.
OrphanedPages: All pages on this wiki that are not linked to from anywhere else (and are thus very hard to reach).
wiki.apache.org /tapestry   (1180 words)

 UseMod Wiki: UseModWiki
UseModWiki is an implementation of the original Wiki concept created by WardCunningham.
A "wiki" is a website that is collaboratively edited by its users, including the ability to change text written by other users (see WhatIsaWiki).
See SiteList for a large list of other sites using UseModWiki--a good example site is the [Meatball wiki] which discusses online communities.
www.usemod.com /cgi-bin/wiki.pl   (135 words)

 Wiki Engines
The wiki does not include many of the features which a wiki should such as versioning and a search system and it is written in the Bash shell language.
Wiki syntax equivalence and feature parity with MediaWiki is an explicit goal.
All these wikis are transcluded, with topics in namespaces and selectively visible depending on your entry point.
www.c2.com /cgi/wiki?WikiEngines   (5526 words)

 Main Page - WikiNotes
This Wiki is an invitation to collaborate on building a learning and research environment based on Yochai Benkler's book, The Wealth of Networks: How Social Production Transforms Markets and Freedom, available under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial Sharealike license.
Through separate pages devoted to ideas and experiments of what can be done with an online book to make it a learning platform, we hope to expand the range of uses to which this Wiki can be available.
Growing this Wiki: Ideas for how to help the wiki grow and be useful
www.benkler.org /wealth_of_networks/index.php/Main_Page   (448 words)

 KDE Wiki : Home   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
KDE Wiki is a place where main content is discussed and maintained by KDE users, KDE developers and other KDE addicts.
KDE Wiki Layout How To will show you how to actually write and layout your nodes.
If you want to be sure your code will remain the same as you intended, it is advisable to publish such a script only on your personal userpage (UserPage), which cannot be changed by others.
wiki.kde.org   (428 words)

 Front Page - css-discuss
Among other things the wiki serves as a collective long-term memory for the list participants.
Ideas for content development of the Wiki can be found on the WikiSuggestions page.
You can search the css-discuss Wiki by using the form at the very bottom of the page.
css-discuss.incutio.com   (1353 words)

 MediaWiki - MediaWiki
It is now used by several other projects of the non-profit Wikimedia Foundation and by many other wikis, including this very website, the home of MediaWiki.
For general questions dealing with the software see the recommended possibilities of communication and maybe our support desk.
If you have a suggestion dealing with this wiki, please visit the corresponding discussion page.
www.mediawiki.org   (205 words)

 wiki: Blogs, Photos, Videos and more on Technorati   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
wiki: Blogs, Photos, Videos and more on Technorati
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Share it with your friends so they can read it and vote on it!
www.technorati.com /tag/wiki   (75 words)

 Main Page - DSL Wiki
This is the community driven documentation effort for Damn Small Linux.
If this wiki doesn't have the information you need, feel free to ask any questions you have in the forums.
Please read How To Use This Wiki before doing so, so that we don't step on each others toes.
www.damnsmalllinux.org /wiki/index.php/Main_Page   (132 words)

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