[nycphp-talk] Best wikis?
JayeshSh at netscape.net
Thu Mar 20 09:38:14 EST 2003
I use Wiki Tiki Tavi at my www.moztips.com/wiki site. Tavi is available at:
http://tavi.sourceforge.net/WikkiTikkiTavi . It is PHP based, and was pretty easy to install.
I did not try to customize it that much, because I needed a Wiki that "just worked". It seems to have worked okay so far ...
- Jay Sheth
"Melissa Pott" <melissa at inexact.info> wrote:
>Tiki is very popular (look for it on SourceForge.net). I played with it
>a bit but decided that all its various features, templating engine, etc.
>were overkill for my purposes, and simply opted to write my own.
>> I'm looking for a good PHP wiki, but a Perl wiki is ok too (if
>> mod_perl is not required). What I'm looking for is a wiki that is
>> easily hackable, so the code have to be modular and clean. Ideally,
>> I'd like this wiki to generate a RSS feed. And if this wiki can
>> interface to MySQL, it will even be a better choice for me.
>> Emmanuel DÃ©carie / Programmation pour le Web - Programming for the
>> Blog: <http://blog.scriptdigital.com> - AIM: scriptdigital
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