Posted Jun 1, 2003 9:40 UTC (Sun) by Cato
Parent article: Open source content management systems roundup
Glad to see you mentioned Wikis - they are not quite as popular as weblogs but they are more flexible in many ways. For example, with TWiki you can build knowledge bases, discussion sites or bug tracking systems, and there's a plugin API enabling plugins for Extreme Programming project support, action tracking, spreadsheets, database access, and so on. Everything is revision controlled and authenticated, or you can leave it open and more like traditional Wiki systems. TWiki is popular in intranets and Internet sites - see http://twiki.org/ for more details.
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