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    StephenM is offline Net Builder
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    What do you guys think the best software to run a Wiki style site available is?

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    StephenM is offline Net Builder
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    Mediawiki for sure.

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    tomgholmes is offline Newbie Net Builder
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    [quote name='master412160' date='12 July 2010 - 07:51 PM' timestamp='1278957100' post='6484']

    Mediawiki for sure.

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    That's the only one I know of

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    burkeburt is offline Unknown Net Builder
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    Wiki software is a kind of collaborative software that runs a wiki system. MediaWiki and Twiki as general opensource platforms. TWiki is a structured wiki, typically used to run a collaboration platform, knowledge or document management system, a knowledge base, or team portal.

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    heethstrik is offline Unknown Net Builder
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    I haver some best names of industry, You can choose you one.

    Mediawiki.org
    Phpwiki
    Tiki.org
    Dokuwiki.org
    Pmwiki.org

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    andyedberg is offline Unknown Net Builder
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    Thanks for sharing. I am familiar with Wikipedia but not familiar with this software. Today i came to know about that even they have their own software which we can use.
    I will check all of that. Keep sharing some important threads !

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    frankcrown is offline Unknown Net Builder
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    Since MediaWiki is acclimated to run Wikipedia, by far the better wiki, it is axiomatic that this software is awful scalable and can be acclimated for a top cartage site. It also agency you're not alone amenable for advancement the wiki, so if you get apathetic of it, you can leave, but the association itself can continue. Users of the wiki will also account from getting allotment of a added wiki community, area users of added Wikia sites.

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    keriii is offline Unknown Net Builder
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    If you search on net you will find so many softwares but i think Phpwiki and Tiki.org are best cause i also heard that so many people using that kind of softwares.

    good luck
    Last edited by keriii; 23 August, 2011 at 16:55 PM.

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    baldwincrown is offline Unknown Net Builder
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    I have used MoinMoin in the past, absolutely admired it. Very hackable, nice features. I set up a ZWiki the added day. Easy abundant to do, has some nice appearance for programmers. If you're deploying for others to use, MoinMoin ability be a acceptable call. If it's for your own use, I strongly acclaim Qwikiwiki; it is lightweight.

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    andrewhies is offline Unknown Net Builder
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    The primary difference between the types of wikis and more complex content management systems is that wikis tend to focus on content, at the expense of a stronger control of the work flow planning and publishing technologies such as blogs exist in other CMSes.

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