[Israel.pm] Perl-IL Wiki - Take II

Mikhael Goikhman migo at homemail.com
Thu Jun 2 05:36:03 PDT 2005

On 02 Jun 2005 14:38:05 +0300, Shlomi Fish wrote:
> Some potential candidates:
> 1. MediaWiki - http://wikipedia.sourceforge.net/ - a very good wiki 
> implementation, very powerful, and easy to setup, etc. Has excellent support 
> for internationalization. Only downside as far as we're concerned is that 
> it's written in PHP. 
> 2. Oddmuse - http://www.oddmuse.org/cgi-bin/wiki - a much improved fork of 
> UseModWiki. Written in Perl and easy to set up, but not as powerful as 
> MediaWiki. Also doesn't use a database, so may not scale as well. (not that 
> it is of a concern to us).
> 3. Kwiki - kwiki is nice and modular but its syntax is incredibly lame. It is 
> possible to write alternate syntax engines, but none was written for 
> MediaWiki yet.[1] Another problem is that getting it to run on Debian Woody 
> would be painful, and we'll have to wait until we upgrade eskimo to Sarge.

>From these, I am not familar with Oddmuse, I would give it a try just to
learn some new Perl project. You say it is easy to set up. The rdbms vus
file-based argument is not really relevant here (may be even a benefit).


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