__/ [m] on Thursday 27 October 2005 08:08 \__
> I am very new to wiki and I am looking for a type of wiki which is:
> easy to use,
> has good editing capabilities (both text and html)
> good rollback capability.
> (PHP preferably)
I happily administer 3 installations of PhpWiki:
* Rollback is possible ('diff' or SQLDump backups)
* Markup is symbolic and produces decent HTML
* PHP along with a large variety of databases which are supported
> any suggestions?
> also if someone can point some good links about wiki other than
> wikipedia it'll be great...
> -the newcomer
MediaWiki is quite robust and powerful, but indeed it can be a bloat, i.e.
hard to maintain, learn, administer and customise/hack. It might also lead
users to confusion.
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