Looking for wiki software

Waitman Gobble gobble.wa at gmail.com
Sat May 5 12:18:49 UTC 2018

On Sat, May 5, 2018 at 6:53 AM, Chris Hill <chris at monochrome.org> wrote:
> Hello list,
> I'm looking for advice and opinions on wiki software. This would be for use
> by a small business group, probably not more than 25 or so users in total.
> The idea is that each user would contribute material on subjects in which he
> is "expert." Eventually we end up with solid documentation of our processes
> and our homegrown software, and then things don't go to hell as much the
> next time someone is nearly killed in an accident.
> I have a reasonably decent machine on which to run this, but still it would
> be nice if the solution were, for example, not too heavy on the build- and
> run-dependencies.
> Other nice-to-haves:
>  . Easy user management, ideally with self-signup
>  . Use with http server of my choice, i.e. server-agnostic
>  . TLS supported
> I'd be grateful for any suggestions, or for stories of good or bad
> experiences.
> --
> Chris Hill               chris at monochrome.org
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Hubzilla has wiki component,

Waitman Gobble
Los Altos California USA

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