Help me find "meta" capabilities for my primitive wiki?
August 2, 2010 3:49 PM Subscribe
Help a non-programmer with some meta-wiki capabilities. How can I easily create a map/list of all pages on a wiki? How can I generate stats analysis on stuff like backlinking, etc? And how can I export the entire wiki to one offline file in a way that does a reasonable job of preserving the format? (specifics follow...)
posted by cross_impact to Computers & Internet (4 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
My development team uses SourceForge on their development platform. I am developing knowledge management assets for the development team using SourceForge's Wiki.
It's a pretty basic wiki so it doesn't provide the kinds of features that allow you to manage and refactor the content -- usage stats, dead links, backlinks, etc. It doesn't even provide a list of all of the pages, much less a wiki map. Apparently the sfwiki development project on SourceForge has been defunct for some time now.
Also, my KM strategy is to develop assets as close as possible to where the work is being done (hence why I am stuck with sfwiki) Essentially I want to have a live version on the wiki where it will be handy to my audience and shoot off copies for the occasions when management wants to review the latest information. So I need to be able to export the wiki contents to a single document like .doc or .pdf.
One of my hats used to be programming, but at this gig I am KM so I have no development access to anything. Can you help me find this capability out there?