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Gitlab - The platform for modern developers

  •    Ruby

GitLab Community Edition (CE) is open source software to collaborate on code. Create projects and repositories, manage access and do code reviews. Each project has a wiki backed up by a separate git repository. Use the ticketing system included in GitLab or integrate your existing system and lot more.

jingo - Node.js based Wiki

  •    Javascript

A git based wiki engine written for node.js, with a decent design, a search capability and a good typography. The aim of this wiki engine is to provide an easy way to create a centralized documentation area for people used to work with git and markdown. It should fit well into a development team without the burden to have to learn a complex and usually overkill application.

simiki - Simiki is a simple wiki framework, written in Python.

  •    Python

Simiki is a simple wiki framework, written in Python. It is available for Python 2.7, 3.3, 3.4, 3.5, 3.6, with Linux, Mac OS X and Windows.

a11y

  •    CSS

Pronounced Alix. Because it’s simpler. The whole presentation lives in the wiki. Please note that a substantial work has been accomplished to document the whole project, from the Sass layer to each test explanations through CSS selectors and tricks. I suggest you make a tour on a11y.css documentation website.




BookStack - A platform to create documentation/wiki content built with PHP & Laravel

  •    PHP

A platform for storing and organising information and documentation. General information and documentation for BookStack can be found at https://www.bookstackapp.com/. BookStack is an opinionated wiki system that provides a pleasant and simple out of the box experience. New users to an instance should find the experience intuitive and only basic word-processing skills should be required to get involved in creating content on BookStack. The platform should provide advanced power features to those that desire it but they should not interfere with the core simple user experience.

mm-wiki - MM-Wiki 一个轻量级的企业知识分享与团队协同软件,可用于快速构建企业 Wiki 和团队知识分享平台。部署方便,使用简单,帮助团队构建一个信息共享、文档管理的协作环境。

  •    Go

MM-Wiki 一个轻量级的企业知识分享与团队协同软件,可用于快速构建企业 Wiki 和团队知识分享平台。部署方便,使用简单,帮助团队构建一个信息共享、文档管理的协作环境。

cowyo - A feature-rich wiki webserver for minimalists :cow: :speech_balloon:

  •    Go

cowyo is a self-contained wiki server that makes jotting notes easy and fast. The most important feature here is simplicity. Other features include versioning, page locking, self-destructing messages, encryption, and listifying. You can download cowyo as a single executable or install it with Go. Try it out at https://cowyo.com.There is now a command-line tool, cowyodel to interact with cowyo and transfer information between computers with only a code phrase: schollz/cowyodel.

openKB - Open Source Nodejs Markdown based knowledge base (FAQ) app

  •    Javascript

openKB is a Markdown Knowledge base application (FAQ) built with Nodejs and ExpressJS. The application uses an embedded database (nedb) by default but can also use a MongoDB server by changing the config (see below). The application is designed to be easy to use and install and based around search rather than nested categories. Simply search for what you want and select from the results. Note: openKB supports Nodejs version 4.0 and above.


DotNetNuke® Wiki

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DNN Wiki is a stable module which combines a wiki engine with your favourite html editor.

SharePoint Wiki Macros

  •    JQuery

SharePoint Wiki Macros aims to fill some important feature gaps between popular wiki systems and SharePoint 2010 wikis (both Team Sites and Enterprise Wikis). "Macros" in a wiki are simple content tokens that are replaced with more complex code dynamically when a page is re...

go-wiki - A simple HTTP server rendering Markdown styled documents

  •    Go

A simple HTTP server rendering Markdown styled documents on the fly and optionally shows its git history including diffs. NOTE This is toy project to help me learn Go, so don't run this on anything publically available.

PersonalWiki - :notebook: A simple personal wiki of my current knowledge

  •    C

In fact, Einstein claimed never to memorize anything which could be looked up in less than two minutes. Therefore, that book is your NOTE of your life. In order to organize all the knowledge I have learned, I wrote this note for me to revise all the knowledge.

go-wiki - A simple HTTP server rendering Markdown styled documents

  •    Go

A simple HTTP server rendering Markdown styled documents on the fly and optionally shows its git history including diffs. NOTE This is toy project to help me learn Go, so don't run this on anything publically available.

hexo-theme-Wikitten - A theme of Hexo for Wiki seem like Wikitten style.

  •    CSS

hexo-theme-Wikitten kernel code base on icarus, so you can read base function document with icarus wiki. Note: This theme requires Hexo v3.6 or late.

wiki - wiki is a self-hosted well uh wiki engine or content management system

  •    Go

wiki is a self-hosted well uh wiki engine or content management system that lets you create and share content in Markdown format.By default wiki pages are stored in ./data in the local directory. This can be changed by supplying the -data /path/to/data option.

wiki-plugin-datscript - a federated wiki plugin for datscript

  •    Javascript

This plugin, type: datscript, extends the markup of the federated wiki.

howto - read and publish programming guides

  •    Javascript

you can also howto pull to fetch content or howto sync for push+pull.howto is a wikidb instance. Consult the wikidb (and forkdb) documentation for the rest of the methods not mentioned below.

markdown-wiki - A Bidirectional WikiText to Markdown converter.

  •    Javascript

Simple tool for converting wiki 2 markdown and other way round. Tool expects that you have npm installed on your system.

ghw - Converts your GitHub wiki to gh-pages (MIT)

  •    CSS

This tool makes it possible for you to serve the content of your GitHub wiki pages using gh-pages. This allows you to customize the UI and aggregate information (ie. localized versions) within the same site. Big thanks to guille for motivating the project! The Node guys deserve thanks too.