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TWiki 5.1.4
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LINUX, PERL 5.0, CGI 2.0
TWiki is a flexible, powerful, and easy to use enterprise wiki, enterprise collaboration platform and knowledge management system. It is a Structured Wiki, typically used to run a project development space, a document management system, a knowledge base, or any other groupware tool, on an intranet or on the internet. Web content can be created collaboratively by using just a browser. Users without programming skills can create web applications. Developers can extend the functionality of TWiki with Plugins.
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By acorkins on February 05, 2013 at 10:33 PM
Not working right for AccessControl
Installation and configuration was straightforward using the Raw Editor. I was not able to get my installation working correctly for Topic level access control. I could get the controls working on a Web and Site level. Also did not have the patience to read up on how to provide Access Control to files that were uploaded as well as the main HTML pages. Additionally the WYSIWYG plugin was not working.
By geektalker on June 11, 2011 at 2:02 PM
Maybe confusing at first...
Ok, I know what I am getting into when I install twiki. I have been using twiki across various big name companies over the past 5+ years. For thos complaining want more control. Twiki has plenty of control of the CSS. It just requires lots of RTFM. And I do mean lots. But you can customize just about everything in the twiki (the reason why large companies tend to use it). That said, its not very easy to customize. However, a few hours of reading should take care of any template concerns. You can use straight HTML or use twiki sytax to control the colors and styles. Highly flexible!. 1. Before you install, know that configuring twiki is a royal pain in the *** (but worth the time once setup) 2. Be patient with twiki, though its a pain to configure; it scales very well, meaning, if you want 10,0000 pages (or upwards of 100K pages) this is defiantly a solution, and you can change the template on-the-fly. 3. Twiki as tons of great addons; calenders, graphing/charting tools and even gantt charting. 4. The developers tend to be very helpful (twiki.org). 5. If you are not technical DO NOT install this!!! The bottom line is, if you don't read manuals this is not for you. If you are planning on medium or large scale twiki management; this is defiantly the solution. If you only have a few people I suggest trying all 3 available on godaddy; then decide which one best suites your needs.
By Norman Smit on December 19, 2009 at 12:53 PM
Don't believe the Godaddy support claim
I've attempted the install on this twice. Each time, I've had the wysiwyg plugin fail. TWiki support looked at the detailed error message and said the fix was upgrading a perl module - which is on godaddy's servers. I sent the TWiki comment, from Peter Thoeny, who heads up TWiki, to Godaddy and they sent me page one of their script back telling me about how I can change some of the folder permissions, none of which has anything to do with having write access to the Perl modules, firewalled on Godaddy's server. Very disappointing.
By alraz on March 13, 2009 at 6:43 PM
Great but hard
Got lots of interesting features, most of them are hard to use or not very intuitive. I found out that Dokuwiki has more or less all of those features, but it's a lot easier to use, administer and mantain.
By allamaman on February 22, 2009 at 9:47 AM
Too confusing
It works, and meets my purpose, but, it's too "pre-made", I want more specific control over my wikki.