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The WikiWand module of PHPwiki can be considered as the commercial counterpart to MediaWiki. It is a separate installation which provides Wiki features out of the box.
The WikiWand project was forked from the original idea by Michael Gilbert and re-engineered by Santiago Delucchi.
WikiWand is licensed under the GNU AGPL.
WikiWand uses the same GPL version as MediaWiki.

Overview

MediaWiki is an open source MediaWiki-based wiki engine. It is developed and maintained by a worldwide network of volunteers.

It is optimized for the creation of reference works and other collaboratively edited content, such as those used in Wikipedia and similar projects, but can also be used for more informal or personal information management.

MediaWiki’s design philosophy is to provide many different ways of viewing and editing data. Its modular approach and strong extensibility lets it be implemented in the most diverse contexts.

MediaWiki uses an internal templating language to allow the presentation of the content to be created in a consistent way.

MediaWiki is written entirely in the PHP programming language, and uses PHP’s extension mechanisms to support many different features.

The open source “MediaWiki” will not allow any advertisements. The commercial “MediaWiki” will provide a lot of paid extensions for you and you will have the responsibility to decide which one is worth it.

PHPWiki is a wiki engine, similar to MediaWiki, but written in PHP. It is very lightweight, very fast, with easy maintenance and simple to learn.

About

Wikimedia Foundation is a non-profit organization that operates Wikipedia, free encyclopedia, and over 100,000 wikis in over 220 languages.

There is no ready-to-use software for wikis. You need to download and install MediaWiki.

Step-by-step guides can be found on WikiWand.

Wikimedia Foundation does not authorize any of the third party modules available for MediaWiki.

Main Features

Wiki text

MediaWiki supports editable and non-editable (read-only) pages. You can use Wiki text, an English form of markup language, to write content. The Wiki text editor (which comes with MediaWiki) can be customized for the project’s needs. It allows you to use the mark-up language in the Wiki page markup. It will allow multiple authors to edit the page simultaneously.

An edit

JumpBox For The MediaWiki Wiki System 3.0.19

This is a JumpBox, a plugin for the MediaWiki Wiki System.
In case you don’t know about MediaWiki, its a Wiki System.
A wiki is a tool that allows you to create hypertext documents that can be indexed and that anyone with a web browser can then search.
Although a wiki is fundamentally a very simple tool, with certain extensions you can turn it into a powerful tool for collaborative projects – one of which is MediaWiki.
MediaWiki is a Wiki system that allows for a variety of tasks such as articles, whole sections, new pages, editing, and so forth. The articles themselves could be pages, but you could also have whole sections, and it would still be searchable and indexed.
So with MediaWiki you would not only be able to create articles but also create sections.

The MediaWiki Wiki engine is a free, open-source wiki engine for use on the World Wide Web. It is developed using the MediaWiki software, a wiki software written in PHP. The MediaWiki Wiki engine is used on the large and popular website Wikipedia, and there are many other notable MediaWiki installations such as Nokia’s OVIwiki system, Wikemacs, Wikepedia and Blackwiki. Most wikis in the world use MediaWiki as the wiki engine.
MediaWiki is written in pure PHP, and so is able to be hosted on virtually any web server running a PHP implementation, or even integrated into an application.
MediaWiki is both a free and open-source project, with most of the development activities being done on Sourceforge (formerly known as the IceWarp Project). Other mediawiki clones, forked or based on MediaWiki, are available on SourceForge as well.
MediaWiki can support a variety of other, related extensions, or add-ons, to enhance its functionality and adapt it to particular needs.
MediaWiki supports two types of database systems: MySQL and PostgreSQL.
MediaWiki is a free, open-source project that is hosted on SourceForge. To learn more about the software, please refer to the wiki.
In addition to being a wiki engine, MediaWiki is also very useful in a variety of other respects, including large-scale news and online encyclopedia project.

Over the years, MediaWiki has become a de-facto standard for building large-scale, collaborative websites. In 2005, more than 7 million websites used MediaWiki, and more than 70% of them were used for Wikipedia.
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Description: The JumpBox for the MediaWiki Wiki System is an extremely stable web site for live and automated testing of the MediaWiki wiki system.

The Web Site was originally developed for the Google Java project before being purchased by i2 Technologies. It is an extremely stable web site for live and automated testing of the MediaWiki wiki system.
No information about the source code (unless its out of copyright) is given. The source code can be downloaded from the following URL:
If you’d like to try running the MediaWiki, the source code and a detailed explanation is given in the welcome.md file. The file is quite large however, and the steps to install and use it can be found at the following URL:

Version 0.2, Master IIRC (I can’t be bothered to dig up a copy of the master source code)

Web Site Status
The web site is currently down due to being superseded by a faster, more stable web server. However, the site’s functionality remains the same.

Category: Wiki wikisQ:

Is there any reason to use the ref keyword when using a ref type instead of using generics?

Sometimes I see people use the ref keyword instead of using generics (mostly regarding arrays). Example:
class Program
{
static void Main(string[] args)
{
Point[] points = new[] { new Point(), new Point() };
Console.WriteLine(points.GetLength(ref int length));
Console.ReadKey();
}
}

class Point
{
public Point(int x, int y)
{
X = x;
Y = y;
}

public int X { get; private set; }
public int Y { get; private set; }

public override string ToString()
{
return $”Point: ({X}, {Y})”;
}
}

When using the ref keyword, it seems to me that length should be int, as it is using the X and Y variables. I understand that some data structures are explicitly not

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MediaWiki is a powerful wiki engine for web-based document collaboration – providing a mechanism for multiple people to work together in creating and editing a body of information.
MediaWiki includes powerful wiki tools that allow you to create content using ‘wikitext,’ a simple plain text format that eliminates the need to write cumbersome HTML code. You can also link pages together easily, create new pages on the fly, add images and other media, comment on pages and track page revisions.
MediaWiki was initially designed for the Wikipedia project but nowadays is deployed on numerous web sites around the world.
JumpBox for the MediaWiki Wiki System Description:
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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 or greater
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YUMI is a disk cloning software that is capable of imaging almost all filesystems. It can be used to clone CDs, DVDs, USB memory sticks, and even hard disks, and it is extremely stable and easy to use.
Features:
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Copy CD-ROM as well as ISO, VCD and DVD image
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YUMI is a disk cloning software that is capable of imaging almost all filesystems. It can be used to clone CDs, DVDs, USB memory sticks, and even hard disks, and it is extremely stable and easy to use.
Features:
Copy backup image
Disk, partition, disk clone
Copy CD-ROM as well as ISO, VCD and DVD image
Copy hard disk image
Image any filesystem, including NTFS, FAT32, and ext2/3
Create disk images with sizes from 1GB to 1T or more
Can also be used to install an operating system in a virtual machine

SSH accounts are one

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Minimum:
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Windows 7/8 Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 @ 2.4 GHz (2.4 GHz)
Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 @ 2.4 GHz (2.4 GHz) Memory: 2 GB RAM
2 GB RAM Graphics: Nvidia GTX 460 1GB (GeForce GTX 460)
Nvidia GTX 460 1GB (GeForce GTX 460) DirectX: Version 11
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