MediaWiki. List of largest wikis. Wikipedia's distinction shown on the table between a "conservative" and an "inclusive" number of pages originated in 2002 with the replacement of UseModWiki's spontaneous wiki modes with MediaWiki's embedded namespaces.
For Wikimedia projects: The conservative number for the Wikipedia excludes redirects, discussion pages, image description pages, user profile pages, templates, help pages, portals, articles without links to other articles, and pages about Wikipedia. This may not be true for other wikis.The conservative number for Wikimedia Commons and Wiktionary excludes "talk" pages, pages about Wikipedia, minimal "stub" pages, redirects, and others that probably don't qualify as content pages.
Lists of Wikipedias by various criteria: edit List of largest MediaWiki wikis Comprehensive Table at Wikimedia Labs, dynamically sortable to any criteria, self-updating every six hours by cronjob. Requests for inclusion into the statistics List of MediaWiki websites. TWiki - the Open Source Enterprise Wiki and Web 2.0 Application Platform. WikiMapia. WikiMapia or Wikimapia is an open-content collaborative mapping project that aims to mark and describe all geographical objects in the world.
It combines an interactive web map with a geographically-referenced wiki system. As of February 2014, over 22,650,000 million objects have been marked by registered users and guests. Main principles According to its website, "WikiMapia is an open-content collaborative mapping project, aimed at marking all geographical objects in the world and providing a useful description of them. History Wikimapia was launched on 24 of May in 2006 by two Russian Internet entrepreneurs, Alexandre Koriakine and Evgeniy Saveliev. By late 2013, the website had over 2,000,000 registered users. How Wikimapia works Viewing The Wikimapia website provides a Google Maps API-based interactive web map that consists of user-generated information layered on top of Google Maps satellite imagery and other resources.
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Wiki communities for everyone! Wiki software. Wiki software (also known as a wiki engine or wiki application) is collaborative software that runs a wiki, i.e., a website that allows users to create and collaboratively edit web pages via a web browser. A wiki system is usually a web application that runs on one or more web servers. The content, including all current and previous revisions, is usually stored in either a file system or a database. Wikis are a type of web content management system, and the most commonly supported off-the-shelf software that web hosting facilities offer. There are currently dozens of actively maintained wiki engines, in a variety of programming languages, including both open source and proprietary applications. These vary widely in their platform support, their support for natural language characters and conventions, and in their assumptions about technical versus social control of editing.
Welcome. Wiki hosting service. Prior to wiki farms, someone who wanted to operate a wiki had to install the software and manage the server(s) themselves.
With a wiki farm, the farm's administration installs the core wiki code once on its own servers, centrally maintains the servers, and establishes unique space on the servers for the content of each individual wiki with the shared core code executing the functions of each wiki. Both non-commercial and commercial wiki farms are available for users and online communities. While most of the wiki farms allow anyone to open their own wiki, some impose restrictions. Many wiki farm companies generate revenue through the insertion of advertisements, but often allow payment of a monthly fee as an alternative to accepting ads. Many of the currently most notable wiki farms got their start in the mid-2000s, including Wikia (2004), PBworks (2005), Wetpaint (2005), Wikispaces (2005), and Wikidot (2006). Deceased wikifarms Elwiki.comScribbleWiki See also @Wiki FREE Wiki Hosting Service. Free and easy wiki hosting on wikihost.org. Wikis for Everyone - Wikispaces.
Wikidot - Free and Pro Wiki Hosting. Comparison of wiki farms. This comparison of wiki hosting services details notable online services which host wiki-style editable web pages.
General characteristics of cost, presence of advertising, licensing, and Alexa rank are compared, as are technical differences in editing, features, wiki engine, multilingual support and syntax support. General comparison The following tables compare general information for several of the more than 100 wiki hosting services that have been created. The Alexa traffic rankings are not accurate for those wiki hosting services that allow some of their hosted wikis to have separate domain names. In those cases there may be some additional Alexa rankings listed below for some of the larger individual wikis in a wiki hosting service. Wiki: Welcome Visitors. Comparison of wiki software. Comparison of Wiki Software.