Wiki in a Jar

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quot;Wiki in a Jarquot; is a small Wiki written in Java with great focus on simplicity. It is intended to run on a USB stick as a replacement for a paper note- and address book as a Personal Information Manager (PIM). It supports vcard (vcf) contact files.



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