Will TikiWiki (or similar software) work for my rather specific needs, or do I need to build something myself? [more inside]
posted by uniq
on Apr 26, 2011 -
I used Infogami.com for some of my personal research. Now it's shut down and I want my research back, but I can't get to it. [more inside]
posted by gakiko
on Oct 28, 2009 -
Calling all architects! How to revolutionize the field of architecture? [more inside]
posted by lou
on Nov 9, 2007 -
What free, open-source projects can I run in a privately accessible portion of my webspace that would be useful to me in terms of making things more practical in my own life (think Lifehacker-43 Folders kind of stuff)? I'd prefer Mefites' personal experiences with their own installs over linkage that you've seen but never tried — although I'll take either one. [more inside]
posted by WCityMike
on May 7, 2007 -
What recommendations do you have for an intranet wiki?
- page-level access controls
- a simple calendar of events (birthdays, travel dates, etc)
- written in PHP
I love MediaWiki, but there is no concept of private pages (there is a plugin script that supports it, but I want something in the core to ease upgrades).
I've also checked out Wackowiki which looks good, but doesn't seem to have any calendar integration.
posted by gfroese
on Dec 7, 2005 -
I have a complex shareware program and would like to provide online help -- less complicated than a "knowledgebase" but better organized than a rambling FAQ. Have you all seen any ubercool online support pages? Where? [more inside]
posted by rolypolyman
on Jun 4, 2005 -
Is there server-side software that that I can log into to give me a directory listing of all the pages and folders on my web server and allow me edit the text and upload binary files? Even better would be to have it allow me to put a little edit link somewhere on the page if it knows via cookies that I'm logged in. I'd like to be able to easily edit my site from anywhere. It's not exactly a wiki because they seem to have their own directory structures, I don't need their special formatting syntax, and it wouldn't be communal. Of course, free is preferable.
posted by bitpart
on Apr 22, 2005 -