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Personal wiki, preferably Python, with Markdown support

I'm looking for a wiki package to power a small, private wiki I'm wanting to set up on my home server (Linux). I'd prefer something that is written in Python, but ultimately I need to have Markdown ...
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Is there a wiki (in English language) about administration of Synology DSM and OS internals [closed]

The only wikis about administration of Synology products I found are http://www.synology-wiki.de: I'd rather like to contribute in English in order to enlarge the audience ...
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Mediawiki: import, render and use correctly Infobox template [closed]

I'd like to have some info boxes in my pages. So that. I've installed Scribunto extension (downloaded, copied in the extension folder, changed local settings, added permission to lua standalone ...
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Is it possible to create subwikis with MediaWiki?

I wan't to create a Wiki for our company which has several product requiring their own Wiki. Is it possible to create subwikis with MediaWiki? If so, how?
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Redmine Wiki (Texttile) Bullet points in Table cell

Is there any way to write a bullet pointed list within a cell in a Texttile formatted Redmine Wiki The basic table syntax is | Col 1R1 | Col 2R1 | | Col 1R2 | Col 2R2 | Bullet syntax is * Bullet ...
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Auto-generating moinmoin pages based on docstrings comments

I am looking for a way to auto-generate pages for a moinmoin wiki based on docstrings found in python source code. Our current scenario is: User writes page on the wiki describing $PROCESS, ...
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JSP wiki with two base url [closed]

I have a JSP wiki application deployed in tomcat. The url for accessing this application is mentioned in jspwiki.properties file under jspwiki.baseurl attribute, say jspwiki.baseurl = ...
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How are wiki articles with slashes in their titles handled? [closed]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nip/tuck http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/POW/MIA_flag Simply put, how are pages like these processed by the server or the wiki? Is there a directory named POW or do ...
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How do I work on a wiki draft with local save?

Editing a wiki article is usually done online but if I'd like to restart a browser then the draft is lost. How do I work on the draft with a local copy and ability to preview if I don't use web ...
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MediaWiki Namespace Protection (Read Access)

I have a question about my MediaWiki installation. First of all, I know about the security issues that's been stated in the main MediaWiki documentation. We want to have a corporate wiki. While it ...
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Using markdown in wikidpad

I'm using Wikidpad as a desktop wiki on the PC. Is there any way I can use markdown syntax instead of wikidpad syntax? There's an option to select wiki language, but I don't know how to go about ...
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MediaWiki most brute force backup?

I brought up MediaWiki using Bintami stack. Now am trying to figure out the most brute force way to back up the the wiki and have ability to bring it up on another server as well. I have looked over ...
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Upload .SQL Files to Wiki

Changes to my team's database are recorded in our internal wiki. Currently, in addition to a brief description, the .sql scripts are added as text. This is becoming bulky and making the page difficult ...
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About reserved domains name

According to this wikipedia article Followings are reserved domains: example: reserved for use in examples invalid: reserved for use in obviously invalid domain names localhost: reserved to avoid ...
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Free enterprise wiki solution with office inegration [closed]

I am looking for a free wiki solution for our employees (~50). It should be easy to use and the main use is documentation. It would be nice if it has a good wysiwyg editor or even better office ...
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Importing data from microsoft word to redmine wiki [closed]

Is there any software available which can convert .doc/.docx/.odf file to redmine wiki format?
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What is a good WYSIWYG editor and wiki engine for making a long programming tutorial? [closed]

I would like to make a multi-page online tutorial that includes a lot of snippets of C++ code. I'm looking for something like the preview of source code provided by the programming-related ...
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OSX 10.8.2 Wiki Server file and database locations?

OSX 10.8.2 with the Server.app installed. Wiki server running. where do these files live? (so that I can customize the CSS as well as back everything up.) What databases so I need to backup and ...
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Setting up a (private) image library in MediaWiki

I'm very serious about automotive photography, so I figured it was a good idea to start a private wiki which can both serve as a knowledge base and an image library that contains interesting photos ...
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How to link a page using live-template and text-data

I'm totally new in the field of confluence and i have a problem i obviously can not solve on my own. Building up my wiki i created a live-template so i can make sure every page has got the same ...
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Wiki software with auto links [closed]

Is there any free wiki software which auto links to other existing wiki pages? Ideally it would be a hosted wiki, but non-hosted is alright as well. The wiki is meant for a small group of people ...
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Own mediawiki/wikipedia naming convention for pages

I recently installed a mediawiki at home and I'm looking for a way to name pages. Let's say I have the following structure : Main - Dev - C# - Tips Main - Cooking - Mexixan Cooking - Tips Main - ...
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REST API for Trac.Wiki

I wonder is there any kind of REST API for managing trac/wiki? Googling helps to find something either quite updated or too raw (or both). Searching this Stack, as well as friendly ones, also hasn't ...
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Sandbox on a linux server for group members

I am a member of a large group (academic department) using a central GNU/Linux server. I would like to be able to install web apps like instiki, run version control repositories, and serve content ...
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Highlighter-style highlighting wiki engine that is easily runnable

I'm looking for a wiki engine that lets me highlight sections as I would with a highlighting marker, preferably in at least two colors. I want the engine to be a small installation that is as easy to ...
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Mediawiki for personal use [closed]

I need to setup a mediawiki like wiki for some personal projects. Access control is absolutely essential. I should be able to approve when new users create an account on the system. Therefore, i ...
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Creating a private wiki [closed]

I want to create a simple, private wiki, but am really struggling to find what I need. I require the following features: Private wiki. Only I will read or write it. Some formatting capability: ...
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How can you avoid being asked to enter your BitBucket password when you push to BitBucket wiki?

I'm not sure if everyone experiences this - when I edit a BitBucket wiki locally (through a git repository) I have to enter my BitBucket password for every pull and push. Is there any way around ...
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How do I make a link *within* a page using Redmine (textile) markup

How do I make links within a Redmine Wiki page itself (which uses Textile markup syntax)? I can't find a solution here. Of course I can do [[ThisPage#Foo|Foo]] but I would rather do something simpler ...
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Multi-user wikipad-like application

I have been looking for a convenient tool to help me build my knowledge-base for some time now. I have just discovered WikiPad and I am amazed. The tool seems great but has one drawback - it is a ...
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Which wiki toolkit has the greatest support for data freedom?

Our dev team has poured a lot of knowledge into a Sharepoint wiki. The experience has made me a convert to the core ideas of a wiki - ease of link/page creation, metadata, search tools, versioning, ...
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MediaWiki like wiki, but with user management?

I really like the syntax of MediaWiki, and that it doesn't use a rich editor, but I would very much like if it had user management. As far as I can tell, the page is either locked or open for anyone ...
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Styled tables in trac's wiki

I have a table in trac's wiki, just a regular html table, and manager asks me to add some styling. What is the best way to accomplish this? I can write a script which inserts style attribute to every ...
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How do I (can I at all?) write a reference to a file in a directory outside of the current wiki directory for wiki mode for emacs?

I'm using wiki-mode for emacs, and I'm trying to figure out how to short-hand reference files that are in directories external to the current directory. I figured the syntax would look something like ...
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What is a good hosted software for FAQ [closed]

I need something in a form of Knowledge Base/FAQ/Wiki to deliver FAQ to users over web. Preferably hosted solution. What are my options?
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Portable Wiki which stores .txt or HTML files

I know there are TiddlyWiki but I need one which stores HTML or even .txt files. I want to use this Wiki like a personal blog, i want to log my life (probably cringy to you) and things I've done, ...
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Advice on platform for web-help? [closed]

We have a web-based software product that has a growing user-base of around 200+ people. We used to have our help sent out with the product as PDFs, and then last year we offer both the PDFs and also ...
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Is there some application to edit local wiki pages in WYSIWYG mode ON windows?

I am searching for some application which will help me with writing project documentation. From what i understand now, gollum and gitit should help me with that, but it seems that they can't be used ...
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Is there a wiki server that works from pendrive?

I want to do a wiki for documentation of my project, but I develop it in some different places, so I want to have all the information of the wiki on my pendrive. There is some way to do all the ...
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Gollum-like wiki based on Mercurial

Is there a Gollum-like Wiki (Gollum uses a Git repo to store its pages) based on Mercurial (instead of Git)?
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Need a wiki with a nice GUI [closed]

My grandfather in law wants to put together a wiki, but wikimedia's syntax is to complicated for him. Is there a nice wiki software I can install on my ubuntu server with a GUI to edit tables, links ...
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Converting MediaWiki to something more portable

I was hosting a local MediaWiki using XAMPP on a Windows machine. Recently, I've begun using multiple machines and realized that having the wiki run locally on a Windows machine might not be the ideal ...
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Uses for a local-only wiki, such as SoyWiki?

What are some uses for a wiki such as SoyWiki, that is only accessed locally? Of course, this doesn't just have to apply to SoyWiki, it could apply to any type of wiki that can only be accessed on a ...
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Managing records of bugs and notes

I want to create a knowledgebase for a piece of software. I'd also like to be able to track bugs and common points of failure in that application. Linking knowledgebase articles to bug records would ...
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How do I get updates of a wiki to my email?

I want to know if there are web applications or programs that can detect when a change is done to a wiki. Can the program inform you by email if the wiki has been changed. Any help appreciated, Ted.
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Freeware personal wiki on desktop & mobile using plaintext?

I'm looking for a freeware personal wiki with these additional criteria: Use plaintext files for the wiki articles. Have desktop Windows version, and mobile version (Windows Mobile or Android). Can ...
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Using the same source of a manual to build a PDF-file and a website reference|wiki

Me and my colleagues are constantly facing one problem, which I don't see a solution for yet. I hope you can advice me a good one. Let's say, we have a manual or a text-book, which should be both ...
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Free Wiki software that can easily convert to confluence

Simply: What is some good free Wiki software that can be quickly/easily ported over to confluence? More specifically: We need something free that we can use to build up a repository of documentation, ...
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How do you view available shortcuts on confluence?

Confluence allows you to use shortcuts, so for example you could have [confluence@Google] to link to http://www.google.com/search?q=confluence However, I can't seem to find a listing of all available ...
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Best Light Software to Manage Large Amounts of Data?

I have seen suggestions like TiddlyWiki for storing data that you want to sort out, but I like solutions like MediaWiki but I don't like how heavy it is and I don't mind if I host it up on a webserver ...