MediaWiki
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MediaWiki is a web-based wiki software application used by all projects of the Wikimedia Foundation, all wikis hosted by Wikia, and many other wikis, including some of the largest and most popular one... More


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AUDIENCE : system administrator
LICENSE : gnu general public license (gpl)
OPERATING SYSTEM : os independent
PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE : PHP
USER INTERFACE : web-based
LATEST VERSION : 1.13

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Great Platform

I like the ease of install and its extreme flexibility. We use it for our internal projects but I know there are large companies that use this platform for public wiki sites.


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Wiki

this is an excellent platform


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Great Platform

It is a great platform whether you are using it to build a media website or for internal wiki purposeds


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Ask

I appreciate the concern which is been rose. The things need to be

sorted out because it is about the individual but it can be with

everyone.

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Thumbs Up

I got a chance to use it, and it really helps a lot..


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Developer Lessons from Open Source CMSs

Web development and design agency water&stone has released a thorougly-researched report on "Open Source CMS Market Share." By looking at a wide variety of internet metrics, they try to identify the leading and up-and-coming open source software for content management systems. While the data is interesting itself, and useful if you're looking to implement a CMS backed by a vibrant open source community, there are also some wider lessons for developers here.



Etelos Adds Open-Source Hosting

Software-as-a-service provider Etelos announced a new addition to its offerings over the weekend: hosted installations of some major open source projects. This is yet another twist on the perennial problem of making money from open source: supporting software that other people write. Is there really a market here?



Wikipedia To Get Its Video On

Original Post authored by Craig Rubens on 1/17/2008 on NewTeeVee

Kaltura Under a new partnership unveiled today, Kaltura, maker of embeddable collaborative video webware, will bring video to the Wikimedia family of sites. The beta program, which is being dubbed "an open, collaborative video experiment," will allow users to add and remix rich media via an embeddable player on wiki pages.



Template Site

Are there Mediawiki templates available?

How can we add this feature in media wiki?

How can we add this feature in media wiki?
"Search here for a term or website like Example.com"

Like you can check at www.aboutus.org
top find form.
So taht if we search url then it add new page in database...

Thanks

Looking for hosting services for specific OSS apps.

I'm looking for hosting services that pre-packaged & support the following apps:

- Mediawiki
- Drupal
- Joomla
- Alfresco
- Mambo

We're looking at providing our clients with a complete pre-packaged CMS solution (development + consulting + hosting) and am looking for the best possible alternatives out there...

Ideally, it would makes our lives much simpler if there is a single service provider that can provision servers with the above mentioned apps

Mediawiki plugin for Drupal

I am working a drupal powered application and would love to get Mediawiki integrated into the mix.

Is there a plug-in that is available (or other comparable alternatives). Also, can anyone point me to examples of drupal wikis out there?

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