A wiki is a CMS for collaborative content creation, typically with a flat content structure and heavy cross-referencing.

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Recommendation for Wiki that supports WYSIWYG?

Currently we use a MediaWiki installation for writing documentation, but several of us find the markup format horribly arbitrary and awkward, with a mixture of Wiki tags and XML in the text, and the ...
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Personal wiki on usb / the cloud?

I'm looking for a personal wiki that can be installed on an usb stick and (more importantly) somewhere on the cloud (dropbox). I've looked at the Wiki Matrix, but I really don't care that much about ...
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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 this?...
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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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Wiki on a pendrive - should work with any OS

I want to have an "extended memory" and want to accomplish that with an wiki on an pendrive. I already decided to use PmWiki, but if another wiki solves my problem that would be fine. The issue is: ...
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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?