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A comparison of various Django-based wiki applications and projects.

 

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Features currently being evaluated

FeatureDescription
authors
Test coverage How many of the functionality is covered by the tests
Formats Wiki formats supported. 'wikiwords' means that CamelCase words are tuned into
wiki links.
Rich editor If has support for Javascript rich editors (TinyMCE, MarkItUp, etc...) or if it
includes it by default.
Hierarchical pages If pages can have a "parent" page
Related pages If there is some sort of widget or UI that lists page related to the current
one, like pages linked, page linking to this, parent pages and child pages.
Automatic TOC generation Generates a Table Of Contents widget when viewing the page, jumping to headlines
in the page.
access control Whether the engine allows selective read and write access to the content.
Versioning Page history is tracked and a past version could be restored
Page attachments Built-in support for page attachments
PackageDescriptionCategoryDownloadsLast UpdatedVersionRepoCommitsRepo watchersForksParticipantsLicenseauthorsTest coverageFormatsRich editorHierarchical pagesRelated pagesAutomatic TOC generationaccess controlVersioningPage attachments
django-wikiappApp0None0.2.0Other00BSD
django-simple-wikiApp0NoneOther00UNKNOWNMarkdown
Sphene Community ToolsFramework0None0.5Other00BSD License
WalikiA wiki engine powered by Django and GitApp0Feb. 2, 2015, 9:43 a.m.0.3.3Github4016mgaitan
chuna
loganchien
humitos
BSDreStructuredText, Markdown Custom markups are easy to integrate. Codemirror  (via Git) Includes diff and version stats
django-djikikiA django wikiApp0Oct. 14, 2013, 8:46 a.m.1.1Github82shivakrshn49BSDcreole
django-wakawakaA simple wiki app written in Python using the Django framework.App0June 5, 2013, 10:41 p.m.0.3Github8035bartTC
brosner
jezdez
mikl
streety
myles
BSD Licensewikiwords
vz-wikidjango powered wikiApp0Oct. 21, 2009, 10:22 p.m.0.2.0Github70jobscryBSD
django-wikiA wiki system with complex functionality for simple integration and a superb interface. Store your knowledge with style: Use django ...App0July 11, 2014, 7:16 p.m.1.1dev-Github428209benjaoming
bridger
Russell-Jones
TomLottermann
spookylukey
cXhristian
yekibud
jluttine
jdcaballero
Alkalit
more...
GPLv3MarkdownMarkItUpPlanned
djikiDjiki is a light and portable Wiki engine based on Django.App0July 5, 2014, 11:11 a.m.0.7Github4819emesik
spookylukey
markkkun
cfra
perchouli
fenikso
BSD Licensecreole, HTML, allows pluggable parsersYes, allows custom modulesimages
superwikiwiki for djangoApp0Sept. 17, 2009, 12:57 a.m.Bitbucket33barbuzaUNKNOWN
cmsplugin-markup-tracwikiTrac wiki engine integration with Django CMS as a plugin for cmsplugin-markup.App0March 29, 2013, 12:29 a.m.0.2.4Github10mitarAGPLv3
PackageDescriptionCategoryDownloadsLast UpdatedVersionRepoCommitsRepo watchersForksParticipantsLicenseauthorsTest coverageFormatsRich editorHierarchical pagesRelated pagesAutomatic TOC generationaccess controlVersioningPage attachments
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