Python Source
A
Ajax
Aspect-Oriented
 
B
Bloggers
Build Systems
 
C
CMS
Charting & Reporting
Code Analyzers
Connection Pools
 
D
Databases
 
E
ERP & CRM
ESB
 
F
Forum Soft
 
G
General Purpose
 
H
HTML Parsers
 
I
IDEs
Installers
Issue Tracking
 
L
Logging Tools
 
N
Network Clients
Network Servers
 
P
PDF Libraries
Parser Generators
Persistence
Project Management
 
R
RSS & RDF Tools
 
S
Search Engines
Security
Source Control
 
T
Template Engines
Testing Tools
 
W
Web Frameworks
Web Mail
Web Servers
Web Services
Web Testing
Wiki Engines
Workflow Engines
 
X
XML Parsers
 

Open Source Wiki Engines in Python

Pwyky

Pwyky is a ~30KB single file wiki in Python. It's very easy to install, requires minimal configuration, and uses a simple structured text format.

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MoinMoin

MoinMoin is an advanced, easy to use and extensible WikiEngine with a large community of users. It supports GUI (WYSIWYG) and text (markup) editing.

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FelloWiki

An all-in-one solution for small groups with needs for a web based address list, a mailing list and a wiki with access restrictions

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Cloud Wiki

Cloud Wiki provides a simple, fast environment that limits itself to features necessary for providing user-editable content quickly, with a minimal learning curve.

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PyleWiki

Pyle is a WikiClone - an implementation of a program sharing general ideas with the original WikiWiki developed by Ward Cunningham. Features:

 * Edit pages via FTP
 * Script for downloading snapshots of the entire site as a .zip file
 * Optional CVS database backend
 * Email notification when a page is changed
 * Attachments (eg. images, documents etc.) to pages (both inlined and separately-retrievable) with MIME-types
 * HTML template-files controlling a simple "look and feel"; support for CSS stylesheets
 * Cookie for username, or use htpasswd
 * Embed HTML or other markup in WikiPages
 * Unix-like rwxrwxrwx permissions on pages

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