Comparison of wiki software

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The following tables compare general and technical information for many wiki software packages.

General information[edit]

Systems listed on a light purple background are no longer in active development.

Wiki software Creator First public release date Latest stable release Stable release date Predecessor Software license[1] Open source Multilingual Programming language Data backend
BlueSpice Hallo Welt! GmbH 31 March 2011 4.4.1 [2] 2024-02-15[±] MediaWiki GPLv3 Yes Yes PHP MariaDB, MySQL[3]
BookStack Dan Brown 12 July 2015 23.12.2[4] Edit this on Wikidata 2024-01-24; 27 days ago MIT Yes Yes PHP MariaDB, MySQL[5]
Central Desktop Central Desktop Inc. 1 October 2005 2.0 2010-02-22 Proprietary No PHP PostgreSQL
CLiki2 Andrey Moskvitin, Vladimir Sedach, Anastasiya Sterh 30 November 2003 CLiki Affero GPL v3 Yes[6] Common Lisp
Confluence Atlassian 25 March 2004 8.5.2[7] 2023-10-04; 4 months ago Proprietary No[8] Yes Java, Java EE MS SQL Server, MySQL, Oracle, or PostgreSQL[9]
ConnectedText Eduardo Mauro 2005 6.0.15 2015-06-26 Proprietary No Yes C++ SQL
DokuWiki Andreas Gohr July 2004 2022-07-31[10] 2022-07-31[±] GPL v2 Yes Yes PHP File system
FlexWiki David Ornstein September 2004 2.1.0.274 2008-10-20 CPL Yes ASP.NET, C# File system, Microsoft SQL Server
Foswiki Foswiki community December 2008 2.1.8[11] 2023-08-06[±] TWiki GPL Yes Yes Perl Flat-file database, RCS, or a variety of databases as plugins[12]
Gitit John MacFarlane and community 7 November 2008 0.15.0.0[13] 2021-08-12[±] GPL Yes Yes Haskell Git
Gollum Tom Preston-Werner, Rick Olson, Dawa Ometto, Bart Kamphorst, and community 16 February 2009 5.3.2[14] Edit this on Wikidata 2023-05-01; 9 months ago MIT Yes Yes Ruby Git
IBM Connections IBM 27 June 2007 6 CR5[15] 2019-05-30[±] Proprietary No Yes Java, Java EE IBM Db2, MS SQL Server, or Oracle
Ikiwiki Joey Hess et al.[16] 29 April 2006[17] 3.20200202.3[18] 2020-02-02[±] GNU General Public License v2 +[19] Yes[19] Yes Perl[20] standard version control system[21] such as Git or Subversion or 6+ others[22]
Jive Jive Software 7 January 2007 9.0.7.1[23] 2019-03-20[±] Proprietary No Yes Java EE, Java SQL, LDAP[24]
JotSpot JotSpot (now Google Sites) October 2004 2.0 24 July 2006 Proprietary No Java File system, XML
MediaWiki Magnus Manske, then Lee Daniel Crocker 25 January 2002 1.39.6[25] Edit this on Wikidata 2023-12-21; 2023-12-21; Error: first parameter cannot be parsed as a date or time. UseModWiki GPL v2 Yes Yes PHP MySQL, MariaDB, PostgreSQL, SQLite[26]
Midgard Wiki Henri Bergius 29 September 2004 10.05.6[27] 2012-03-06 LGPL Yes PHP MySQL and RCS
MindTouch MindTouch Inc. 25 July 2006 10.1.4 2013-01-22 MediaWiki Proprietary No Yes PHP, C# on Windows or Mono MySQL
MoinMoin Jürgen Hermann, Thomas Waldmann, others 28 July 2000 1.9.11[28] Edit this on Wikidata 2020-11-08; 3 years ago PikiPiki GPL Yes Yes Python Flat-file database
MojoMojo Marcus Ramberg & community 29 August 2007 1.12 2017-05-13[29] ? Yes Yes Perl PostgreSQL, SQLite, MySQL, others
MyInfo Milenix Software Ltd. October 1999 7.1 25 May 2021 Proprietary No Yes C++
Notion Notion Labs Inc. 2.0.41[30] 2023-02-28 Proprietary
Obsidian Dynalist Inc. 30 March 2020 1.3.5[31] 2023-06-01 Proprietary No Yes JavaScript Markdown, File system
PBworks David Weekly 30 May 2005 TipiWiki Proprietary No PHP MogileFS, Squid, MySQL, Pound, lighttpd
PhpWiki Steve Wainstead, Reini Urban, Marc-Etienne Vargenau, others December 1999 1.6.3[32] 2023-11-15 WikiWikiWeb GPL Yes Yes PHP Flat-file database, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, SQLite[33]
PmWiki Patrick Michaud 8 January 2002[34] 2.3.30[35] 2024-01-22[±] GPL Yes Yes PHP Flat-file database. SQLite (plug-in)
PukiWiki Yuji Oda, then Puki Development Team 15 July 2002 1.5.4[36] Edit this on Wikidata 2022-03-30; 22 months ago YukiWiki [ja] GPL v2 Yes Yes PHP Flat-file
SharePoint Microsoft March 2001 2019[citation needed] 2018-10-22[±] Proprietary No Yes ASP.NET, C# Microsoft SQL Server or Windows Internal Database
Socialtext Socialtext 2003 7.5 2015 Dual (CPAL) and Proprietary) Perl PostgreSQL
Swiki Mark Guzdial; Jochen Rick October 1999 1.5 2005-12-06 GPL Yes Squeak File system
TiddlyWiki Jeremy Ruston September 2004 5.3.3[37] Edit this on Wikidata 2023-12-23; 59 days ago BSD Yes Yes Wikitext, JavaScript HTML file
Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware Luis Argerich (200+ devs nowadays) 9 October 2002 25.2[38] 2023-07-11[±] LGPL Yes Yes PHP MariaDB, MySQL[39]
Trac Edgewall Software 1 October 2006 1.4.3[40] 9 May 2021 BSD Yes Yes Python MariaDB, MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite[41][42]
Traction TeamPage Traction Software 1 December 1999 6.2 (70)[43] 2024-01-04[±] Proprietary No Supports multi-lingual content (and supports i18n) Java SE, Java Flat file and file system, Oracle 10G RDB option, WebDAV for attachments
TWiki Peter Thoeny October 1998 6.1.0[44] 2018-07-16[±] JosWiki GPL Yes Yes Perl Flat-file database, RCS, pluggable storage backend
UseModWiki Clifford Adams 22 January 2000 1.2.1 2017-12-01 AtisWiki GPL Yes Perl Flat-file database
Whizfolders AvniTech 1999 7.1 2016-06-09 Proprietary No Delphi File system
Wiki.js Nicolas Giard 28 January 2017 2.5.301[45] Edit this on Wikidata 2024-01-29; 22 days ago Affero GPL v3 Yes Yes JavaScript PostgreSQL, MySQL, MariaDB, Microsoft SQL Server, or SQLite
Wiki Server Apple Inc. 26 October 2007 5.6.3 2018-09-18 Proprietary No Yes Ruby on Rails PostgreSQL
Wikispaces Tangient LLC 18 March 2005 Proprietary No Yes PHP MySQL, MogileFS
WikiWikiWeb Ward Cunningham 1995 WikiWikiHyperCard[46] ? Perl File system
XWiki Ludovic Dubost February 2004 16.0.0[47] 2024-01-29[±] LGPL Yes Yes Java HSQLDB, MariaDB, MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL[48]
Zim Jaap Karssenberg 10 January 2010 0.75.2[49] Edit this on Wikidata 2023-07-07; 7 months ago GPL Yes Yes Python File system
Wiki software Creator First public release date Latest stable release Stable release date Predecessor Software license[1] Open source Multilingual Programming language Data backend

Target audience[edit]

Wiki software Public Private Corporate, enterprise Education Intranet Personal Scientific, technical, mathematical
BlueSpice Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes support for LaTeX math; syntax highlighting.
BookStack Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Partial
Central Desktop Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Confluence Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
ConnectedText Yes Yes Yes Mathematical formulas rendered using LaTeX, directed acyclic graphs rendered with GraphViz
DokuWiki Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes support for LaTeX math; syntax highlighting via plugins.
FlexWiki Yes Yes Yes
Foswiki Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes LaTeX & math plugins; full HTML, JavaScript support
Gitit Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Built-in support for LaTeX math; syntax highlighting for code blocks.
Gollum Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes: Built-in support for MathML and LaTeX math; syntax highlighting for code blocks; citations; annotations
IBM Connections Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Jive Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
JotSpot Yes Yes Yes
MediaWiki Yes Yes[50] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Built-in support for LaTeX math; syntax highlighting for code blocks; full HTML, JavaScript support
Midgard Wiki Yes Yes Yes
MindTouch Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
MoinMoin Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes LaTeX math input via plugin in ParserMarket[51]
MojoMojo Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
MyInfo Yes Yes Yes Yes
Notion Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Obsidian Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes, support for LaTeX, code blocks, plugins
PBworks Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
PhpWiki Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes, support for LaTeX through a plugin.
PmWiki Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes, LaTeXMathML formulas (addons), Mind maps (addon), HTML (addon), syntax highlighting (addons), embed videos/maps (addons).
SamePage Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
SharePoint Foundation Yes Yes
SharePoint Server Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Socialtext Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Swiki Yes Yes Yes
TiddlyWiki Yes Yes Yes support for syntax highlighting, embedding images and videos, native JavaScript, LaTeX (using KaTeX plugin) and other plugins.
Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes support for LaTeX math; syntax highlighting.
Trac Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes many plugins available for formulas, graphs, etc.
Traction TeamPage Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
TWiki Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes LaTeX & math plugins; full HTML, JavaScript support
UseModWiki Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Whizfolders Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes: through pictures and Windows RTF features
Wiki.js Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes: syntax highlighting for code blocks; GitHub-flavored Markdown syntax; full HTML; images, videos, documents
Wikispaces Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
XWiki Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Zim Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Wiki software Public Private Corporate, enterprise Education Intranet Personal Scientific, technical, mathematical

Features 1[edit]

Wiki software File uploading, attachments Spam prevention Page access control[52] Inline HTML[53] User-customizable interface[54] Document renaming
BlueSpice Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes, templates and themes, html and css Yes
BookStack Yes Yes Yes Yes Partial, CSS Yes
Central Desktop Yes Yes, CAPTCHA No Yes Yes, templates and themes, html and css No
ConnectedText No No No Yes Yes, templates and themes + CSS Yes, links to renamed document are also renamed
Confluence Yes Yes, CAPTCHA Yes optional Yes, templates and themes + CSS Yes, links are updated
DokuWiki Yes Yes, blacklist Yes, optional Yes, optional Yes, templates, CSS, PHP; heavily documented PHP API[55] Yes, plugin
FlexWiki Yes Yes, blacklist, CAPTCHA, nofollow Yes Yes, plugin Partial: CSS, templates, WikiTalk Yes, old page becomes a redirect
Foswiki Yes Yes[56] Yes Yes templates, skins, user CSS Yes, fixing backlinks
Gitit Yes Yes, reCAPTCHA Yes Yes Yes: templates, CSS Yes, old page becomes a redirect
Gollum Yes No Partial: can disable editing, further control customizable via Rack Yes Yes, templates and themes, html and css Yes, old page becomes a redirect
IBM Connections Yes Yes, only in private modus No, not default Yes Yes: templates, CSS, and/or product modification Yes
Jive Yes optional Yes, extensive permissions API Yes Yes No, scheduled for 3.0
JotSpot Yes No Yes Yes, optional Partial: CSS Yes
MediaWiki Yes Yes, URL blacklist, word blacklist, IP address blocking, CAPTCHAs Partial: very limited read access control Yes Partial: many features are user-customizable, templates Yes, old page becomes a redirect
Midgard Wiki Yes No Yes Yes Partial: templates, CSS No
MindTouch Yes Yes Yes optional Yes Yes
MoinMoin Yes Yes, BadContent filtering via Regular Expressions, Textchas Yes, very flexible ACLs, wiki-editable groups Yes: safe Yes: themes, templates, CSS, XSLT, user editable navigation Yes, old page can be a redirect
MojoMojo Yes Yes, CAPTCHA Yes, cascading ACL control allowing stewardship of topics Yes: safe Yes: themes, CSS Yes, current: page redirect, soon: Node moving
MyInfo Yes N/A No Yes Yes, web site export customization Yes, links to renamed document are also renamed
Notion
Obsidian Yes N/A N/A Yes Yes, templates and themes, HTML, CSS Yes
PBworks Yes Yes: passwords, SSO-capable integration, ACLs, IP address white–black listing Yes Yes, and plugins Partial: CSS No
PhpWiki Yes Yes, CPAN Blog::SpamAssassin Yes plugin themes; undocumented Yes
PmWiki Yes Yes, multiple[57] Yes, per page, per namespace, per action, per user groups (option) Yes, module Yes, themes, per page or group CSS, more Yes, page with redirect (module), uploads (module)
SamePage Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
SharePoint Foundation Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
SharePoint Server Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Socialtext Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Swiki Yes Yes, block IP addresses, words, UserIDs Yes Yes For AniAniWebs, CSS Yes, updating all backlinks
TiddlyWiki Yes, plugin[58] No, intended for personal use only No, intended for personal use only Yes Yes, themes, user CSS, modules Yes
Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware Yes Yes, CAPTCHA for registration and anonymous edits or comments, encrypted email addresses.[59] Yes Yes themes, user CSS, modules Yes
Trac Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes, templates and themes, html and css Yes
Traction TeamPage Yes, with WebDAV versioning Yes, CAPTCHA for registration, block lists Yes Yes safe Yes, workspace templates, color templates, and developer tools Yes, links are updated automatically and name history maintained
TWiki Yes Yes[56] Yes Yes templates, skins, user CSS Yes, fixing backlinks
UseModWiki Yes Yes, IP address blacklist No Yes Partial, CSS Yes, admins only
Wiki.js Yes Yes, ACL Yes Yes Yes, layouts, HTML, CSS Yes
XWiki Yes Yes, CAPTCHA, ACL Yes Yes Yes, style-sheets, templates, themes, skin extensions Yes
Wiki software File uploading, attachments Spam prevention Page access control[52] Inline HTML[53] User-customizable interface[54] Document renaming

Features 2[edit]

Wiki software WYSIWYG editing Web feeds Export, import Extensibility Selectable wiki syntax Wiki farms Outliner mechanism[60] Automatic TOC Other features
BlueSpice Yes Yes, RSS Yes, see MediaWiki Yes Yes Yes
BookStack Yes No No Partial Partial, Markdown No Yes
Central Desktop Yes Yes, RSS No [61]
Confluence Yes Yes, RSS Partial, web UI[62] Yes, Java plug-ins, user macros in Apache Velocity No Yes Marketplace Apps,[63] Encryption in Cloud version[64]
ConnectedText No Yes, RSS Yes, many options for export, fewer options for import Yes, scripting of pages using Python and other programming languages No No Yes Yes [65]
DokuWiki Yes, plugin available Yes, RSS/Atom[66] Yes, to xml, text, html pages, LaTeX, Open doc format, pdf with plugins[67] Yes, plugin API Yes Yes Yes Yes[68] Section Editing, XHTML-Compliant, tables, side-by-side diff, namespaces, Interwiki
FlexWiki No Yes, RSS No ASP, WikiTalk, .NET Reflection plugins Forms, scripting, integrated weblog, threaded message forum
Foswiki Yes, pre-installed plugin Yes, RSS/Atom, with search string No 400+ extensions; Plugin API for developers; Foswiki markup/scripting for users to create wiki applications Yes, user selectable wiki syntax with EditSyntaxPlugin Yes [69]
Gitit Yes No Markdown and other lightweight markup languages Yes via pandoc Yes Custom Macros Yes Custom Macros Yes Yes
Gollum No: Uses ACE editor with a preview pane Yes, RSS Yes: uses text-based markup languages Yes Yes Yes: with third-party software[70] Yes Section Editing, Multiple Markup Languages, RTL Languages, UML Diagrams, YAML frontmatter
IBM Connections Yes Yes, RSS, Atom No Yes Yes Yes Yes Tagging, Discussions, Notifications (mail or in product), Reports, CMS, Templating
Jive Yes Yes No Yes, both functionality and theme via plugins No
JotSpot Yes Yes, RSS, per page No plugins, server-side Javascript [71]
MediaWiki Yes, bundled extension (VisualEditor) Yes, RSS/Atom Yes (web UI, web API, shell) [2] actions, handlers MediaWiki syntax Yes Yes[72] Visual editor, extensions via PHP modules, collaboration[73]
Midgard Wiki No Yes, RSS, all changes No PHP component architecture CMS integration
MindTouch Yes Yes, RSS, XML, JSON No API, Service Oriented Architecture [74]
MoinMoin Yes, v1.5+ Yes, RSS, last changes No different plugin types Yes, selectable parsers [75]
MojoMojo Yes, With live preview Yes, RSS No Yes, plugins and custom additions types Yes, Multiple markup parsers available [76]
MyInfo Yes N/A Yes, to html, rtf, txt, web site, PDF via print driver Yes, import and export plugins API No No Yes Yes Tagging, metadata, attachments
Obsidian Yes N/A Yes, to Markdown, PDF, and Pandoc Yes, plugin API, 1000+ plugins and themes No Yes, via Obsidian Publish Yes, via plugins Yes Graph, Infinite canvas, tagging, metadata, attachments
PBworks Yes Yes, RSS/Atom No API, AuthAPI, plugins, wikilets [77]
PhpWiki Yes, module Yes RSS/Atom/RDF: global, per page or per user No plugins Creole support all databases
PmWiki Yes, Addon[78] Yes, RSS/Atom/RDF (option): global, per namespace, per page or per watchlist; feed readers (plugins) Yes, modules[79] Yes, very, 500+ plugins and configuration recipes[80] Yes, Creole (option), Markdown (plugin)[81] Yes Section editing, section toggle (modules) Yes, Modules[82] PageVariables and PageLists,[83] blogs (addons), picture galleries (addons), embed maps/videos (addons). Highly flexible ACLs.
SamePage Yes Yes, RSS feeds, No plugins
SharePoint Foundation Yes Yes, RSS feeds No Yes: themes, WebParts, API Yes (limited) Yes Yes No Lists, CMS, weblog, tagging, discussion notifications, reports, workflow, enterprise level security
SharePoint Server Yes Yes, RSS feeds No Yes: themes, WebParts, API Yes (limited) Yes Yes No Forms(InfoPath), Lists, CMS, Weblog, Tagging, Discussions, Notifications, Reports, Enterprise level security, Workflow, Enterprise Search
Socialtext Yes Yes, RSS feeds, Google/Technorati search results No using REST/SOAP APIs [84]
Swiki No Some [85]
TiddlyWiki Yes, with FCKeditor or other plugin Yes, RSS Yes Yes plugins, macros, themes, css Creole Yes [86]
Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware Yes, with FCKeditor or via Quicktag insertion[87] Yes, RSS/Atom/RDF No Hundreds of features, plugins, modules & mods No Yes (e.g. Siteground) Yes [88]
Trac Yes with plugin Yes, RSS Yes with plugins Yes limited ticket system, access source code repositories (git, mercurial, more), other features via plugins
Traction TeamPage Yes Yes, Dynamic RSS inbound, outbound No Plug-in architecture for widgets, forms, interface and function modifications [89]
TWiki Yes, pre-installed plugin Yes, RSS/Atom, with search string No 400+ extensions; Plugin API for developers; TWiki markup/scripting for users to create wiki applications Yes, user selectable wiki syntax with EditSyntaxPlugin Yes, if "%TOC%" shortcut added to page [90]
UseModWiki No Yes, RSS No No, unofficial patches only No No No Partial, if <toc> is added with # added to headings
Whizfolders Yes No Yes No Yes, markup No Yes Yes Rich Text, RTF export, clipboard collect, Print with TOC
Wiki.js Yes No Yes Yes Markdown Yes Yes Built-in search
Wikispaces Yes Yes, RSS/Atom No API, widgets, single sign-on (SSO) [91]
XWiki Yes, using CKEditor and various plugins developed for it Yes, RSS Yes, XAR (zipped XWiki ARchive) files Yes, component, plugins, macros, scripts, applications Yes, based on WikiModel, support syntaxes from other wikis Yes No Yes, using the {{toc}} macro [92]
Wiki software WYSIWYG editing Web feeds Export, import Extensibility Selectable wiki syntax Wiki farms Outliner mechanism Automatic TOC Other features

Installation[edit]

Wiki software Platform Typical installation size (MB) Web server needed Other software needed Installable to USB stick
BlueSpice Linux, Unix, Windows, others IISApache, Tomcat MySQL, Oracle No
BookStack Linux, Unix, Windows, others PHP-compatible webserver PHP 8.0.2+, MySQL or MariaDB, Git, Composer[93] No
Central Desktop N/A: hosted None None
Confluence Microsoft Windows, macOS, Linux, Oracle Solaris[94] Tomcat included, or use your own servlet container. Java 1.8, database such as PostgreSQL, MySQL, Oracle, SQL Server, etc.[94]
ConnectedText Microsoft Windows None Python optional Yes
DokuWiki Linux, Unix, Windows, others 17 Should work on any web server with PHP PHP Yes
FlexWiki Linux, Unix, Windows, others IISApache ASP.NET, Mono
Foswiki Linux, Unix, Windows, others Any Web server with cgi support. Perl, RCS Yes
Gitit Cross platform Yes. Happstack; can also be used locally. LaTeX; Versioning system like Git, Darcs, or Mercurial No
Gollum Cross platform No (built in), but possible (Apache, Nginx, Puma, etc.) None Yes
IBM Connections Linux (RHEL & SLES), Unix (AIX), Windows[95] IBM HTTP Server (Apache clone with specific IBM Tuning possibilities) or any other WebServer which can couple with WebSphere. All software needed is delivered as one package No
Jive Java 1.5 + one of: Windows Server 2003 SP2, Linux (2.6 Kernel), Solaris 10 Tomcat, WebLogic, WebSphere MS SQL, Postgres, MySQL or Oracle
JotSpot Linux, Unix, Windows, others None (built-in) VMware Player
MediaWiki Linux, Unix, Windows, others Any web server that supports PHP 7.4.3+ PHP; one of MariaDB, MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite[96] Yes
Midgard Wiki Linux, Unix & others Apache with PHP MySQL, PHP
MindTouch Linux, Unix, Windows, others Apache, IIS6, IIS7, IIS8 Mono, MySQl, PHP
MoinMoin Linux, Macs, Unix, Windows, others None for Desktop version Python Yes
MojoMojo Linux, Macs, Unix, Windows, others None: builtin server suitable for desktop or production use SQL database (MySQL, PostgreSQL, Sqlite)
MyInfo Microsoft Windows None None Yes
Obsidian macOS, Windows, Linux, iOS, Android None None
PhpWiki Linux, Unix, Windows, others Any Web server with PHP PHP
PmWiki Linux, Unix, Windows, others 8 Any Web server with PHP, can run without a web server. PHP Yes
SharePoint Foundation Windows Server IIS Optional SQL Server
SharePoint Server Windows Server or SaaS IIS or SaaS Optional SQL Server
Socialtext N/A: hosted no, all needed components included no, all needed components included
Swiki Linux, Unix, Windows, others None: installs own server; can coexist with IIS and Apache by running on alternate port None
TiddlyWiki Any (that runs common browsers) None Runs in regular browser Yes
Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware Linux, Unix, Windows, others Any Web server with PHP[97] PHP Yes
Trac Linux, Windows Recommended (fcgi or wsgi), builtin available SQL database (MySQL, PostgreSQL, Sqlite)
Traction TeamPage Any OS capable of running Java 2 Virtual Machine Jetty (included with installer) None
TWiki Linux, Unix, Windows, others Any Web server with cgi support. Web server included in VMware appliance and TWiki for MS-Windows Personal Perl, RCS
UseModWiki Linux, Unix, Windows, others Any web server with cgi support Perl
Whizfolders Microsoft Windows None None No
Wiki.js Linux, Unix, Windows, others None (built-in): Can coexist with Apache, Nginx, IIS via alternate port PostgreSQL, MySQL, MariaDB, MSSQL or SQLite3[98] Yes
Wikispaces SaaS: hosted None None
XWiki Java Platform Any Java EE webserver Java Yes on Jetty/HSQL
Wiki software Platform Typical installation size (MB) Web server needed Other software needed Installable to USB stick

See also[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Licenses here are a summary, and are not taken to be complete statements of the licenses. Some packages may use libraries under different licenses.
  2. ^ "BlueSpice Download". bluespice.com. Retrieved 15 February 2024.
  3. ^ "Setup:System requirements". BlueSpice Wiki. Retrieved 16 July 2023.
  4. ^ "Release 23.12.2". 24 January 2024. Retrieved 19 February 2024.
  5. ^ "Installation · BookStack". BookStack. 1 January 2017. Retrieved 12 October 2022.
  6. ^ "GitHub: cliki2: The wiki software behind cliki.net". GitHub.
  7. ^ reference URL: https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/issues-resolved-in-8-5-2-1295815337.html
  8. ^ Atlassian Confluence Licensing FAQs("Do I get access to the source code?".)
  9. ^ "Supported Platforms - Confluence Data Center and Server 8.6 - Atlassian Documentation". confluence.atlassian.com. Retrieved 23 October 2023.
  10. ^ "Changelog". dokuwiki.org. Retrieved 31 July 2022.
  11. ^ "Releases - foswiki/distro". github.com. Retrieved 6 August 2023.
  12. ^ "Foswiki is getting SQL RDBMS support!". WikiRing Blog. 1 March 2012. Archived from the original on 1 March 2012.
  13. ^ "Releases - jgm/gitit". github.com. Retrieved 30 September 2021.
  14. ^ "Release 5.3.2". 1 May 2023. Retrieved 28 May 2023.
  15. ^ "Administering Connections 6 CR5". ibm.com. Retrieved 2 July 2019.
  16. ^ "ikiwiki". ikiwiki.info. Retrieved 1 February 2012.
  17. ^ "roadmap". ikiwiki.info. Retrieved 1 February 2012. Released 29 April 2006.
  18. ^ http://ikiwiki.info/news/
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  20. ^ "install". ikiwiki.info. Retrieved 1 February 2012.
  21. ^ "ikiwiki feature "Use a Real RCS"". Ikiwiki.info. Retrieved 29 January 2010.
  22. ^ "ikiwiki Revision Control Systems". Ikiwiki.info. Retrieved 29 January 2010.
  23. ^ "Performance Improvements and Fixed Issues in Jive Hosted on Premise 9.0.7.1". jivesoftware.com. Retrieved 2 July 2019.
  24. ^ including: MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, IBM Db2 and Microsoft SQL Server
  25. ^ "Security and maintenance release: 1.35.14 / 1.39.6 / 1.40.2". 21 December 2023. Retrieved 21 December 2023.
  26. ^ "Manual:Installation requirements". MediaWiki.org.
  27. ^ "Midgard-Project.org". Archived from the original on 8 May 2012.
  28. ^ "The MoinMoin Wiki Engine". Retrieved 30 January 2021.
  29. ^ "GitHub: mojomojo/mojomojo: A Catalyst & DBIx::Class powered Wiki". GitHub. 27 April 2019. Retrieved 2 July 2019.
  30. ^ "Notion 2.0.41". Chocolatey Software. Retrieved 11 March 2023.
  31. ^ "Obsidian 1.3.5". Obsidian. Retrieved 23 June 2023.
  32. ^ "PhpWiki". SourceForge. 16 November 2023.
  33. ^ "PhpWiki: Code: [r11057] /trunk". sourceforge.net. Retrieved 16 July 2023.
  34. ^ PmWiki version 0.1 (tgz archive) has its most recent file from 8 Jan 2002. The PmWiki-Users Mailing list exist since August 2002.
  35. ^ "Release Notes". pmwiki.org. Retrieved 22 January 2024.
  36. ^ Error: Unable to display the reference properly. See the documentation for details.
  37. ^ "Release 5.3.3". 23 December 2023. Retrieved 19 January 2024.
  38. ^ https://tiki.org/article500-More-New-Security-Updates-Released-and-again-Strongly-Recommended
  39. ^ Community, Tiki. "Requirements". Documentation for Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware. Retrieved 4 September 2021.
  40. ^ "TracChangeLog: The Trac Project". trac.edgewall.org.
  41. ^ "TracInstall: The Trac Project". trac.edgewall.org. Retrieved 6 April 2022.
  42. ^ "MySqlDb: The Trac Project". trac.edgewall.org. Retrieved 6 April 2022.
  43. ^ "TeamPage Changelog". tractionsoftware.com. Retrieved 4 January 2024.
  44. ^ "Download TWiki". twiki.org. Retrieved 23 June 2019.
  45. ^ "Release 2.5.301". 29 January 2024. Retrieved 20 February 2024.
  46. ^ Cunningham, Ward. "WikiHistory". Retrieved 25 August 2014. An early page, WikiWikiHyperCard, traces wiki ideas back to a HyperCard stack I wrote in the late 80's. This same stack, by the way, spawned CrcCards. I've reconstructed the WikiDesignPrinciples I applied at the time.
  47. ^ "Download XWiki". XWiki.org. Retrieved 29 January 2024.
  48. ^ "Database Support Strategy (Community.SupportStrategy.DatabaseSupportStrategy): XWiki". dev.xwiki.org. Retrieved 4 September 2021.
  49. ^ "Release 0.75.2". 7 July 2023. Retrieved 2 August 2023.
  50. ^ "Manual:Preventing access". MediaWiki.org.
  51. ^ "ParserMarket/mathtran". MoinMoin.in.
  52. ^ a b Page Access Control: Some wiki engines allow (optional) read/write access restriction to users or user groups on a per-page basis (e.g. through Access control lists).
  53. ^ a b Inline HTML Safe means that several features of HTML are restricted. This is better than Full, for security reasons. Users with complete access to HTML could, for example, create spoof forms to trick users.
  54. ^ a b User-customizable interface: Many items have administrator hand-editable templates. Even items which use hard-coded templates could still be modified if the source is available.
  55. ^ "PHPXRef 0.7: DokuWiki: /". xref.dokuwiki.org.
  56. ^ a b IP address blacklist, content by regular expressions, excessive activities, scripted registration prevention (plugin), hidden e-mail addresses
  57. ^ word/URL block (addon, auto-upd. database), URL-approval (option), encrypt e-mails (addon), nofollow, Captcha (addon), spam filters (recipe)
  58. ^ Shulman, Eric. "AttachFilePluginInfo". TiddlyTools. Archived from the original on 10 February 2011. Retrieved 13 May 2011.
  59. ^ Community, Tiki. "Spam Protection". Documentation for Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware.
  60. ^ HTML/XHTML with nested markup, or XOXO with collapsing or folding outlines
  61. ^ Block architecture, Calendars, Discussions, Database feature, Tasks and Milestones Blocks available
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  70. ^ For example, https://github.com/501st-alpha1/big-gollum
  71. ^ Support for server-side Javascript, VMware virtual appliance
  72. ^ "Manual:Table of contents". MediaWiki.org. 7 January 2015.
  73. ^ Per-article discussion page, watchlist, searching, email notification
  74. ^ Highly usable, stores in XML, SOA, API, enterprise arch and business focused, fully supported by MindTouch company website
  75. ^ Enterprise level security, authentication, and authorization, Email notification, additional desktop edition, XML-RPC content synchronization, searching in attachments (v1.6+).
  76. ^ Hierarchical node structure and cascading permissions system allows for stewardship of topics. Version control and ability to do 3-way merge on conflict.
  77. ^ SideBars; Discussions; email notifications w/diffs; SSO integration capability; Statistics; PDF output; HTML slideshows; integrated modules for calendars, spreadsheets, audio chat, and more; fully UTF-8 compliant; Tagging.
  78. ^ The Worse Editor is a simple WYSIWYG editor. In text mode, Edit Toolbar for most frequently used wiki markup codes (customizable), Preview.
  79. ^ To HTML (3 modules/recipes), to PDF per page, per pre-defined list of pages, per namespace
  80. ^ Highly sophisticated support for customization. Practically chameleon-like.
  81. ^ The PmWiki markup rules are easily modifiable and replaceable by plug-ins, should a need for another wiki markup family be demonstrated.
  82. ^ AutoTOC, 5 other TOC modules
  83. ^ PageVariables and PageLists allow creation of free-form text databases, queries and listings (core feature).
  84. ^ accessible through REST/SOAP APIs
  85. ^ Installs own webserver (Commanche) and can co-exist with IIS or Apache. AniAniWeb function provides owner control of granular access and creates access groups. Users tracked by email address.
  86. ^ Single file, minimal setup, cross-browser, per page AES256 encryption, tags and title namespaces
  87. ^ Community, Tiki. "Toolbar". Documentation for Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware.
  88. ^ ACLs, calendaring, charting, email notification, form handling and reporting, slideshow presentations, spreadsheet calculations and GRAPHS, mobile, GIS (MapServer), JGraphPad for drawings inside wikipages, 3d Browsing, Workspaces, Workflows, OpenOffice WYSIWYG editing of Tiki content, Multitiki installations
  89. ^ Enterprise level security, Multiple workspaces (tens to thousands) on same TeamPage server, Faceted permissioned search crossing workspaces using content or tag navigation, Page and Comment Moderation, Social tagging, Threaded discussion, Paragraph or page level comments, Microblogging with follow model, Extensible Personal Profile Pages, Live blogging, Document versioning and management via WebDAV, Page Name history to support complex refactoring, Mobile browsing, search, navigation, editing, E-Mail Newsletter, Flexible notification model (subscribe to page, comment thread, workspace, author for content or tag changes with email or Jabber notification), Reply to automatically generated email notification message to add comment to thread with automatic cleanup. Built-in usage metrics and interactive graphs, voting and star rating support. Google Web Toolkit (GWT) skin technology. Simple web based admin, Authenticate using LDAP or Active Directory (including LDAP queries for group definition, NTLM support for single signon, Optional Attivio Advanced Search module provides permission aware drill-down content navigation as well as wiki + attached document search, Java SDK (no charge for Java source and documentation), extensible SDL (Skin Definition Language), Fully supported
  90. ^ Revision control, ACLs for topics, tagging, blogging, calendaring, charting, global search & replace, email notification, form handling and reporting, platform to build wiki applications, graphing, slideshow presentations, 13 translations, plotting, multistyle diffs, advanced searching, spreadsheet calculations, WYSIWYG supports TML, available as a VMware appliance
  91. ^ Discussion pages, tagging, email notification, full-text search, user dashboard, localization
  92. ^ Platform to build wiki applications, Forms and Scripting, Multilingual, Database storage, Fulltext search, GraphViz, SVG, Freemind, Lucene, Charting, photo albums, presentations, blogging, calendar, e-mail plugin, virtual wikis, simple table computations, sortable tables, section editing, portlet integration, integrated statistics, XML-RPC API, Tags, PDF/RTF export
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