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Zwiki !

An elegant wiki for a more civilized age

Zwiki is a powerful, innovative, user-friendly wiki engine, built on the Zope 2 application server, and released as free software under the GNU GPL . It was actively developed from 1999 to 2009 by Simon Michael and contributors around the world, and has powered many Zope and non-Zope-related wikis.

With Zope usage now in decline, Zwiki development has been quiescent since 2010 (and this site is read-only, except for GeneralDiscussion), but Zwiki still works well and questions and contributions are welcome! Please explore this site and enjoy the software. Here's a one-minute intro: Zwiki in a nutshell.

Features

The classic wiki features, plus a number of uncommon ones (all optional):

Flaws.. some things to be aware of:

  • to publish a zwiki site, you need a host that supports Zope 2
  • scaling large wikis to very high performance levels requires ram and/or expertise
  • other KnownIssues.