More Wiki Engines

  • DokuWiki – Standards compliant, simple WikiEngine written in PHP, accepted into Debian and Fedora linux distro’s
  • Banana Dance — “New wiki currently in beta testing but still rich in features. It combines the best of Wiki and CMS with added community building features like rated commenting.”


  • WagnWiki – “One of the freshest contributions to wiki since I coined the term” —WardCunningham
  • MindTouch Deki — multiple languages, images and videos, LDAP and Active Directory, scripting language.
  • AtlassianConfluence – A very popular commercial product. WYSIWYG, search, LDAP integration, etc.
  • ErfurtWiki – A PublicDomain Wiki, integrates w/existing sites, 100+plugins, very configurable. (Another vote from me because of the very responsive developers.)
  • JspWiki – has lots more features than media wiki
  • Luminotes — Beautifully simple personal wiki: http://luminotes.com/ (abandoned)
  • VimKi – Personal wiki implemented in vim.
  • EclipseWiki – Eclipse plugin for a project wiki
  • InstikiWiki – Easiest, elegant, feature rich wiki clone, in Ruby
  • XwikiWiki – See why XwikiWiki is different at http://platform.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Main/SecondGenerationWiki. Awesome.
  • PerspectiveWiki – WYSIWYG editing, file attachments, security, searching over MS Office documents
  • ZwiKi – powerful, versatile, easy to administer
  • VeryQuickWiki – up and running in 5 minutes
  • WackoWiki – A slight, expandable and easy to install Wiki-engine.
  • UseModWiki – A PerlLanguage wiki, based on Ward’s original WikiWiki, but abandoned since 2007
  • DidiWiki – A tiny Wiki Implementation with Built in Webserver (abandoned)
  • TWiki (TwikiClone) — A powerful, skinnable, extensive PerlLanguage wiki, aimed at large corporate Intranets. All but very few developers migrated to FoswikiEngine in October 27, 2008, when the company TWiki.net eliminated the elected board of directors of TWiki, assumed direct control over the TWiki project, and requested that all contributors agree to a new code of conduct before being allowed to continue working on the project.
  • WikkaWiki – Flexible, standards-compliant and lightweight wiki engine written in PHP, which uses MySQL to store pages. Forked from WakkaWiki. Designed for speed, extensibility, and security. Extensively documented (http://docs.wikkawiki.org). Ranked in top ten wikis by AjaxLine? (http://www.ajaxline.com/10-best-wiki-engines).
  • Drupal Wiki – http://drupal-wiki.com is a Enterprise Wiki based on Drupal. Complete WYSIWYG integration, Wdigets, Attachments, Versioning, Spaces, Galleries and much more.
  • TiddlyWiki - a portable online-offline wiki that uses Javascript to store all of the wiki on a single HTML page
  • ProWiki - a fractal wiki
  • Roadkill - http://roadkill.codeplex.com/ .net based