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The Tiki Community is proud to announce the release of , the latest version of Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware. This release, with more than 1,000 code contributions by dozens of Tiki Community members, includes many new features, some architectural enhancements, and many bug fixes. Some of these new features include: Improved batch actions based on a URL with a token access. Extensive improvements to the Maps, Slideshow, Calendar, File Gallery and Drawings New plugins and modules Introduction of Timesheet functionality The Smarty template engine was updated to 3.1.x and much more! Refer to and the Tiki 9.0 Release Notes for details. As is the tradition in the Tiki community, most of the * sites have been upgraded to 9.x it was officially released. The release of Tiki 9.0 marks the close of the Tiki 8.x branch. The Tiki community has also decided to extend long term support (LTS) for Tiki 6.x support until May 2014. Please see: Version Lifecycle

Pligg CMS | Open Source Content Management System Meta Collab fr:namespaces Une catégorie ou “espace de noms” (namespace) est comparable à un répertoire ou dossier, alors que les “noms de pages” (pagenames) sont comparables à des fichiers. Avec DokuWiki, vous pouvez utiliser des catégories pour classer vos pages. Pour les noms des catégories, les restrictions sont les mêmes que pour les noms de pages. L'installation par défaut de DokuWiki est fournie avec 2 catégories intégrées : playground pour les pages d'entraînement du bac à sable et wiki pour la documentation interne. Créer des catégories Il n'est pas nécessaire de créer explicitement les catégories ; il suffit de créer une page dont le nom de page comporte le caractère deux-point ”:”. (Dans DokuWiki, on crée une page comme dans tous les wiki. Attention: Bien qu'elle se rapproche des conventions de nommage des fichiers et des dossiers, la syntaxe pour les liens absolus et relatifs est complexe et non unique. Lien par défaut dans une catégorie toto:tata:$conf['start'] toto:tata:tata toto:tata toto:tata:start

DokuWiki] DokuWiki is a simple to use and highly versatile Open Source wiki software that doesn't require a database. It is loved by users for its clean and readable syntax. The ease of maintenance, backup and integration makes it an administrator's favorite. Built in access controls and authentication connectors make DokuWiki especially useful in the enterprise context and the large number of plugins contributed by its vibrant community allow for a broad range of use cases beyond a traditional wiki. Get started: Why DokuWiki? DokuWiki is a popular choice when choosing a Wiki software and has many advantages over similar software. Easy to install and use Low system requirements Built-in Access Control Lists Large variety of extensions Over 50 languages supported Device independent Open Source Learn more about DokuWiki features Use Cases Wikis are quick to update and new pages are easily added. Corporate Knowledge Base Private notebook Software manual Project workspace Customizing DokuWiki Our Community

How does MediaWiki work? You probably know Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, and may possibly be a little bit confused by similar, but different, words such as Wiki, Wikimedia or MediaWiki. To avoid a possible confusion between the words you may first want to read the article about the names where the differences are explained. General Overview MediaWiki can be used in large enterprise server farms as in the Wikimedia Foundation cluster. MediaWiki is free server-based software which is licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL). It's designed to be run on a large server farm for a website that gets millions of hits per day. MediaWiki is an extremely powerful, scalable software and a feature-rich wiki implementation that uses PHP to process and display data stored in a database, such as MySQL. Pages use MediaWiki's wikitext format, so that users without knowledge of XHTML or CSS can edit them easily. What MediaWiki is... MediaWiki is wiki software. MediaWiki is server software. MediaWiki is free software.

Zinc 4.0 - The Ultimate SWF2EXE for Flash & Flex Build Desktop Apps with Flash & Flash Builder Zinc 4.0 Builder is more than just a SWF2EXE - It's a complete Development Environment for Desktop Applications based on the Adobe Flash Platform. Zinc 4.0 works seamlessly with Flash and Flash Builder (Formerly known as Flex), compiling your SWF Files into Powerful Desktop Applications for Windows, Mac OSX and Linux. Create your project in Flash or Flash Builder, or open an existing Flash/Flex project. Export your project to a SWF and compile the same SWF with Zinc 4.0 into a Standalone Desktop Application for Windows, Mac OSX and Linux. 100% Standalone Applications Unlike standard Flash Projectors or Adobe AIR Applications, Zinc 4.0 Desktop Applications are 100% Standalone. Zinc 4.0 Compiled Applications will also work directly from a CD, DVD, USB Drive, External Hard drive and even on Virtual Machines. Build Once, Deploy to Windows, Mac OSX & Linux Extend Actionscript with 600+ Commands 100% Customizable Desktop Applications

Pearltrees Welcome › Dotclear › Blog management made easy Wiki List of content management systems This is a list of notable content management systems that are used to organize and facilitate collaborative content creation. Many of them are built on top of separate content management frameworks. Open source software[edit] This section lists free and open-source software that can be installed and managed on a web server. Systems listed on a light purple background are no longer in active development. Java[edit] Java packages/bundle[edit] Microsoft ASP.NET[edit] Perl[edit] PHP[edit] Python[edit] Ruby on Rails[edit] ColdFusion Markup Language (CFML)[edit] JavaScript[edit] Others[edit] Software as a service (SaaS)[edit] This section lists proprietary software that includes software, hosting, and support with a single vendor. Proprietary software[edit] This section lists proprietary software to be installed and managed on a user's own server. Systems listed on a light purple background are no longer in active development. Other content management frameworks[edit] See also[edit] References[edit]

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