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Re: What is the hottest Fedora-based Wiki these days?



On Tue, 2006-09-26 at 11:36 -0700, Roy Erickson wrote:
> All,
> 
> I need to start a Wiki/Communication Enhancement web site based on Fedora.
> 
> This will be used for about 30 people to share production data with a 3 
> month lifespan on an hourly basis, as well as saving and accessing 
> reference material for a few years to come. It will reside in a DMZ and 
> be accessible, after authentication via the firewall, from the outside, 
> as well as users inside. No calendaring is necessary, some basic e-mail 
> tie-in's ok, blogging tie-in's ok too. Mostly just basic wiki actions.
> 
> So I've noticed quite a few projects having sprung up and would like to 
> see if there are any favorites. They don't have to be shareware, but 
> cannot be more than, say, $1K US.

Media Wiki (think wikipedia) is available from Fedora extras. We're
using it for a small engineering company intranet and are very happy
with it.

-- 
Brian Gaynor
www.pmccorp.com
FC5/Linux on DELL Inspiron 5160 3.0Ghz 
canis 13:27:31 up 11 min, 1 
user, load average: 0.13, 0.28, 



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