Learn about DokuWiki
Learn about DokuWiki
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만일 공용 위키를 운영하신다면 WikiIndex에도 소개해주시길 부탁드립니다.
여러분은 구글 검색을 통해 도쿠위키를 운영하는 다수의 사이트를 발견하실 수 있습니다. : inurl:doku.php
kleineWebsitesDieEinWikiAlsCMSverwenden.de entwickelt kleine bis mittelgroße Websites, die als CMS-BackEnd exklusiv DokuWiki verwenden. Der Umgang mit Wikis – und insbesondere DokuWiki – ist für Klienten besonders schnell und leicht zu erlernen. Darüber hinaus bietet die Vielzahl an für DokuWiki bereitstehenden Plug-Ins umfangreiche Erweiterungsmöglichkeiten, angefangen bei Blogs über Galerien bis hin zu Datenbanklösungen.
kleineWebsitesDieEinWikiAlsCMSverwenden.de는 도쿠위키를 백엔드로 사용하여 개발한 중소규모의 웹사이트입니다. 위키를 이용하여 편집되고 운영됩니다. 특히, 도쿠위키는 사용자가 쉽게 배울 수 있습니다. 블로그와 갤러리, 데이타베이스와 같은 추가 기능을 제공하는 다양한 도쿠위키의 플러그인들이 있습니다.
저는 폴란드 독자들을 읽을거리와 갤러리가 있는 저의 사이트에 초대하고 싶습니다! 모든 작업은 도쿠위키를 사용하였습니다! “Party Rapoty” 섹션에 영어로 작성한 C64 파티 보고가 있습니다.
Virtualization and Information for all - Blog about Virtualization and Technology in Brazil that uses Dokuwiki and custom Monobook Template with all powerfull of Dokuwiki.
Owner of VMworld.com.br
Consulting of Free Software and IT Services, homepage working on one Dokuwiki installation with a customized Template of arctic.
Very Good software for Wiki !
Look too: http://www.luizgustavo.pro.br
Including the art of the nine categories, date, have not recognized the art of classification criteria. The theory of various arts groups have a different method of classification and more around the timeline of modern art categories, the more complicated and controversial.
Freies Portal für Klempner und Dachdecker!
Videogames, consoles and computers information using DokuWiki:
Dieses Wiki befaßt sich mit (einer bestimmten) Software für Arztpraxen und richtet sich an die Benutzer.
This Wiki deals with a Medical Doctors' Software in Germany and addresses to the users.
This Wiki deals also with a Medical Consultationhttp://www.easyhealthmd.com/ with services are done real-time through our advanced medical portal which provides clients with electronic medical records and the technology to connect our members to our doctors instantly.
Dieses Wiki ist die Homepage einer evangelischen Freikirche in Bonn. Wir nutzen Monobook als Template
This Wiki is the homepage of evangelic free church in Bonn, using Monobook as template
Moblin es un proyecto de Intel para crear una plataforma de software libre orientada a la nueva generación de dispositivos móviles como son los Netbooks y los MIDs (Mobile Internet Device). Se puede decir que en cierta forma es un primo lejano
Siendo un buen ciudadano en el mundo del desarrollo abierto, Intel no viene a entregar unas nuevas tablas de la ley, sino que toma la tecnología existente y la lleva un paso más allá. Por otra parte, los frutos de Moblin podrán utilizarse en otros proyectos y no solamente en el mundo de los dispositivos móviles.Moblin es un proyecto de Intel para crear una plataforma de software libre orientada a la nueva generación de dispositivos móviles como son los Netbooks y los MIDs (Mobile Internet Device). Se puede decir que en cierta forma es un primo lejano de Android.
Siendo un buen ciudadano en el mundo del desarrollo abierto, Intel no viene a entregar unas nuevas tablas de la ley, sino que toma la tecnología existente y la lleva un paso más allá. Por otra parte, los frutos de Moblin podrán utilizarse en otros proyectos y no solamente en el mundo de los dispositivos móviles.
Letras-Traducidas.Org es una base de datos de traducciones al español de letras de canciones en inglés, permitiendo a los usuarios solicitar traducciones de letras que toda la comunidad puede traducir. Incluye streaming audio y vídeos de youtube.
Letras-Traducidas.Org is a database of translations into Spanish of song lyrics in English, allowing users to make song translation requests which the community as a whole can translate. Includes mp3 streaming audio and youtube embedding. sssss
Song Translator is a database of translations into English of song lyrics in Spanish, allowing users to make song translation requests which the community as a whole can translate. Includes mp3 streaming audio and youtube embedding.
Welcome to the PHP Wiki pages .This wiki is still under going development. but there are interesting documents already like Windows Building Notes
Since the very first days of DokWiki, this implementation has been a great tool to help compiling relevant data for one of the most polarizing automobiles ever made in the 60s in France, the Citroen Ami6.
Due to easy editing, modularity and simplicity in installation and maintenance DokuWiki has proven a lot its reason to be the tool of choice for the ami6.de knowledge base called “The Virtual Citroen Ami6 Garage”.
It has given way more time to focus on content aggregation instead of wasting time messing around with technology setups. Every day of editing there's just one thing to confirm over and over again:
Thank you, DokuWiki team and developers for making this tool happen!
DokuWiki is providing a fantastic tool for managing The Salt Ayre Cog Set’s web site. Simple to use, simple to install and manage and well thought out software. Top Marks.
The Salt Ayre Cog Set is Lancaster’s cycling club for young people. The club provides cycling skills and racing coaching for all youngsters between the age of 6 to 16.
Do you want to learn some essential bike skills and in the process have some fun? Join us
Any sort of bike will do as long as it is in good working order. The regular meeting place and time is 10am at the Salt Ayre cycling track from April to the end of October. abhijit
Spamihilator is freeware software that works between the E-Mail client and the Internet and examines every incoming E-Mail. Useless spam mails (Junk) will be filtered out. This process runs completely in the background. In order to do that the software uses different filters.
The Spamihilator Wiki is the software’s Online Help. Furthermore, it contains tutorials, tips, and tricks about how to use Spamihilator.
The German Pardus Linux community is proud to announce, that they use DokuWiki for their future German documentation of the Pardus Linux operating system. From founders of PardusUser.de, Claus D. and Gürkan Z. “Thank you very much for this modern Wiki software.”
Die deutsche Pardus Linux Gemeinde freut sich über die Bekanntgabe, dass sie für ihre künftigen Dokumentationen des Pardus Linux Betriebssystems, DokuWiki einsetzen werden. “Vielen Dank für diese moderne Wiki-Software”, so Claus D. und Gürkan Z., die Gründer von PardusUser.de
We are using DokuWiki on a website that provides an on-line commented edition of an 18th-century manual on how to tell good stories, Bérardier de Bataut’s Essai sur le récit.
DokuWiki allows us to do this in a collaborative way, having several people work on the site and improve the text. The site is entirely in French, but feel free to have a look at it: http://berardier.org. There is additional programming for the arrow navigation and the way images are automatically included in the main section of the site. Another site of mine is running on freeguppy because of its bilingual feature; see http://www.christof-schoech.de. Feel free to comment about improving any one of these websites.
My name is Werner Flamme, and since DokuWiki is a great piece of software, I chose it for my personal website www.wernerflamme.name . I use it as an internal wiki at my office too. It’s handy to place infos without hassling with the company’s CMS, the colleagues can add their comments and it always works, even when the database server has decided to take a break Thanks to all developers and contributors!
Handy tool for the multilingual translation of my project http://www.firstai.de. Thanks for your work & sharing it to the public, very good job! Your wikiware is easy to understand and easy to modify, best for users who do not like to fuzz around.
I really hope that there are people and companies out there using your wikiware, and at the same time able to understand that it’s definitely necessary to give such projects like yours financial support!
Good luck & thanks again, Kai Kajus Noack
Hi, I run a DokuWiki about the game “The Settlers - Rise of an Empire”/ “Die Siedler - Aufstieg eines Königreichs”, especially for the scripting language Lua. I’ve installed some existing plugins as well as some of my own. Main focus is set to usability, mainly by an easy to use menu-plugin which allows a very easy way of sorting pages at any time.
Come and have a look at the AeK Script-Wiki (German Site).
I began a project a year ago - Folkipedia - and at the time wrote a simple file based wiki (called Sliki). There are now over 1000 pages and I would need a major rewrite to cope with indexing and searching that many pages properly. I came across DokuWiki and it looked ideal, so after playing with it for a few days, I’m migrating to that engine. It looks extremely good with all the templates (I use Arctic at the moment) and plug-ins and is still file based. I have done some quick global changes to convert inside links to users format and saved all the pages as *.txt in the data/pages folder and all seems well! Just a bit of tidying and formatting to do.
A friend of mine had a wiki, a DokuWiki wiki. He told me about the functionality, and got me started, now over 4 years ago.
It started as a place to store all of my neat code (most of the time i’m a .Net developer), but as time moved by i started to use my wiki more and more for other stuff to: store my cv, one page is my default start page for the browser, i keep my todo list here, my communication with employers et cetera.
Now my wiki is filled with 500+ pages (mostly with development info) with info about all I’ve done so far.
It’s been a great assistant for me, and think the DokuWiki wiki rules big-time. Respect for the DokuWiki
http://bimon.cn/logo Collect sports logo all over the world.
http://www.David777.de (German Site)
I’m using DokuWiki for my own personal homepage
and for the intranet in the company where I’m working.
It’s a great tool! The best of all is the engine,
which allows to import simple and powerful plugins.
For example the image gallery or the monobook template.
I use it as an archive of stories I wrote over me.
I’m talking on my homepage about Jesus and my little 777 world.
With aid of DokuWiki kmlwiki.de is more than a traditional placemark collection. In kmlwiki.de we collect Points of Interest (POIs) and present them with the Google Earth Browser Plugin.
Compared to conventional placemark collections, we put emphasis on an adequate description of the POIs and on interlinking them as far as possible.
If you want to contribute with your own POI, you can do this easily here ...
I have used many wiki’s for documentation when working in IT at every company I have been employed with.
Now that I work for myself as an IT Consultant, I use DokuWiki to document my clients’ details like contacts, network setup, usernames and passwords, etc.
It’s handy to be able to log into my server and get all the details I need without hassling the customer for the 1642nd time what their password to their ADSL Modem is.
I’m also thinking, as CrisOs, to use it for personal life around my house too.
I’m trying I’m Giuseppe
Yes Am I
The link On my personal Home Page MyHomeDok
I have used many wiki’s for documentation when working in IT at every company I have been employed with.
Now that I work for myself as an IT Consultant, I use DokuWiki to document my clients details like contacts, network setup, usernames and passwords, etc.
It’s handy to be able to log into my server and get all the details I need without hassling the customer for the 1642nd time what their password to their ADSL Modem is.
I’m also thinking, as CrisOs, to use it for personal life around my house too.
This is a Wiki/Website about the internal workings of the QDOS/SMSQ Operating System for the Sinclair QL and the various emulators that use it. In addition there are a few Linux specifics there as well.
Thanks for a nice Wiki.
Vielen Dank an die DokuWiki Entwickeler und an die Entwickler der tollen plugins !
Ich verwende DokuWiki als erweiterte Homepage, zum Bloggen und um Studenten in meinen Programmierkursen einen Platz zu geben, auf dem sie ihre Files und Programme speichern können. DokuWiki schlägt alle bisher ausprobierten Varianten (USB-Stick, Samba-Server, gmail-Account, MediaWiki, ftp-account) um Längen, und fungiert gleichzeitig als mehrsprachige Homepage. Super !
In der Bremer Stadtteilgruppe Neustadt treffen sich politisch interessierte Bürgerinnen und Bürger, sowie Mitglieder von BÜNDNIS 90/DIE GRÜNEN mit dem Anliegen, drängende Probleme im Stadtteil zu identifizieren, Sorgen und Wünsche der Bürgerinnen und Bürger aufzunehmen und wichtige Fragen im Stadtteilparlament auf die Tagesordnung zu bringen.
Für unseren Webauftritt nutzten wir zuvor das MediaWiki und sind nun auf das DokuWiki umgestiegen.
The filmtanzprojekt.de is a school project in Cologne.
An einem Kölner Gymnasium fand unter der Leitung professioneller Tänzer und Filmemacher ein FilmTanzProjekt statt. Es wurde eine Choreografie einstudiert und der Prozess von einem Filmteam begleitet. Über das parallel gewachsene Wiki konnten die Teilnehmer sich organisatorisch und inhaltlich austauschen und außerdem das Projekt (öffentlichen) dokumentieren.
TheFreyers.net is the personal playground of a very curious and opinionated software guy named Chris Freyer. Not the kind of guy who fixes his neighbors PCs or builds networks on the side, but one who writes software and combines ideas just to see what happens. The site details experiments in technology, music, and friendship, along with various personal and business endeavors. DokuWiki consulting is available.
I found DokuWiki easy to adapt to my needs and provide the style I wanted for my sites.
hotêls.net A French wiki giving information about hotels all over the world.
DokuWiki provided a simple way for the openmotor developers to publish information collaboratively.
The Exclaim Operating System project uses a wiki for developers to host documentation and jot down ideas that other people might be interested in. Public, installed via tarball. Exclaim Wiki
We have a DokuWiki for internal business documentation (firmware changelogs for example) and personal use (recipes and notes for example) on our LAN (not public). Installed via aptitude on an Ubuntu server. PC Specialties
We are using DokuWiki as a discussion platform and document safe for our freeware game projects. (Not Public) Currently only German. Elite Software
The Somnambulist tries to wipe the sleepy gaze from our eyes. It is an opinionated internet periodical, containing work submitted by opinionated people. It has no spam, advertisements, or demeaning comments. It is a reprieve from the tiring smash-n-grab world that is the Internet.
It also uses DokuWiki
The biggest site with German historic theological texts in the internet, now running on marvelous DokuWiki - and happy about it.
GiardiWiki is the first Italian Wiki about horticulture, supported by the Compagnia del Giardinaggio (“The Fellowship of the Garden”…) gardening forum.
The Informix Zone uses DokuWiki on the Internet to power the IDS Developer Edition Wiki. The Wiki provides instructions on how to install, configure, manage and develop applications against IBM’s high-performance cluster database - Informix Dynamic Server.
DokuWiki is probably the easiest and best Wiki software around. Well done ! Made in Germany - like The Informix Zone
The personal website of Fabio Pugliese Ornellas uses DokuWiki as the engine to provide content, both open and closed.
http://www.mj.gov.tl We’re using the DokuWiki on the Intranet to provide information across the entire justice network of the country.
The system is used for all national employees and international staff from the United Nations and Justice Programme of UNDP.
Also, the development team uses DokuWiki like a documentation repository to share all knowledge with technicals and trainees.
http://www.FAQs4games.com/ At FAQs 4 Games, the main goal of this wiki is to gather and share every single piece of information possible about video games, so this isn’t just for FAQs or guides, it’s for every thing about gaming including character bios, image galleries, and detail information for MMMORGs.
UseWiki.net uses DokuWiki to demonstrate the suitability of wiki for information management in small- to mid-size companies without the need to purchase expensive software. It has arctic template and the following plugins: indexmenu, pagelist and tag.
http://www.skateboardmaniaks.nl uses DokuWiki…
We are FSUCSSA
waidlerwiki.de provides * integration of googlemaps via an extended version of the googlemaps plugin * Wiki-KML-Overlays * KML export (open in Google Earth, if installed) * fast map-code generation * integration of topographical maps from WMS-servers
is one of the oldest surviving Open Source Projects with its root in the mailbox scene in the 80’ies. It has grown up to a feature rich Groupware operating under the motto “Groupware for the rest of us; easy to install; easy to live with”. The Uncensored! Communications Group use DokuWiki to provide Information to their Users with the topics Citadel and Email in general.
Fitzgerald Estates runs a heavily modified version of DokuWiki to run its property website. All the frontend property details are retrieved from a DokuWiki system and a backend database is used for the search and other functions. The system works great as it gives the less technically minded staff a very easy interface to update property details and other pages throughout the website.
See the site in action at http://www.fitzgeraldcyprus.com
OLPC Jericho is an educational project. The project runs a fundraising campain to raise money for 60+ XO-laptops (also known as the $100-laptop) . The project will start Christmas 2008. See www.olpc-jericho.de
We have been using DokuWiki for a while now and are very enthusiastic. It allows us to share projects and design information so easily, and to store it for future and anyone reference. A great practical knowledge management system for real life. We’re very thankful to the development community and the author!
We’re also sharing some of our Assindustria Young Entrepreneurs stuff on it here. It has been quickly a success. Planning to integrate it with the website.
DOS Museum exists to preserve DOS games and applications from being lost to degrading disks and hard drives. We offer a wide variety of game downloads and “extras,” such as patches, save games, and add-ons. DOS Museum has larger goals than just being a file repository for DOS software. We also take an active role in the preservation of DOS titles by encouraging copyright holders to make their work available, either for sale or as freeware.
The homepage of the students’ council Information and Media Technology at the University of Cottbus (Germany). We programmed some add ons, like a ldap/plain-mix authentification, so that students are able to use their student-account for editing, too. Also some plugins have been modified to meet our requirements.
The template is based upon a CSS-Zengarden-Design by courtesy of Matthew Buchanan.
Thanks to all DokuWiki developers!
The Gorilla is a multiple emulator frontend, which is designed to help playing games originally designed for old game consoles and arcade machines. The Internet is full of extras that can be plugged into the frontend, such as gameplay movies, box art, PDF manuals and game reviews. The Gorilla’s goals are to be easy to set up, simple and efficient, with advanced features such as GoodMerge support, and usable with no keyboard and mouse – just a game controller.
Libatech is a German development team for server-based software.
We use DokuWiki for some knowledge bases, help systems and our website because we hate to write html pages to publish some stuff.
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NBA???????,????,?????????????:?????? Allen Iverson is a NBA basketball player, if you want to get more information, just Google “allen iverson”.
The HarzOptics OptikWiki is the first German dictionary for optical technology and photonics research. It is open to read for everyone, authors must prove their scientific background to ensure the high quality of the dictionary content. OptikWiki is a project by the HarzOptics GmbH in Germany, an optical technologies think tank and research institute associated with Harz University in Wernigerode. An English version is being planned for the future, anybody interested in working with us on either of the projects can drop us a line anytime.
Kisimi is a wiki system with DokuWiki as the base parsing engine. Some great extras like, * private pages * protected pages * namespace/category ownership * user messaging * file uploads with automatic versioning * discussion pages * users can subscribe to page changes
arena.lansmash.com is built around the DokuWiki engine. LS Arena is a large Australian LAN party.
Because of the clean coding style that DokuWiki has we were able to quickly make sense of how we were going to achieve certain features on our site. The Wiki formatting is clean and lets our content producers get to work rather then fighting with web forms.
Citadel, an open source groupware project, moved its web site from Joomla to DokuWiki in January 2007 because it is much easier for a team of documentation editors to maintain. The Joomla template that was in use was translated to DokuWiki template format, and the wiki-style edit controls were hidden from public view. This site demonstrates the power of DokuWiki in a situation where a site’s audience is large, its group of maintainers is relatively small, and DokuWiki simply provides easy and powerful maintenance tools.
dochowto.com is a wiki of howto docs concerning common-sense basics of computer, internet, programming and etc in Chinese.
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http://www.substech.com is a free and open knowledge source in Materials Engineering.
permaeducation.com will provide people around the world with information about sustainable living!
Kuliax Project is an effort to bring Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) to University education.
The Raakt software project uses DokuWiki with a custom template for all project documentation.
eyeworkers is a web and multimedia agency in Karlsruhe, Germany. We use DokuWiki internally for bug tracking and product documentation purposes, but we are planning to use it for future community sites as well.
merca is an e-commerce solution and we use DokuWiki to organize customer support (users’ manual and knowledge base), designer’s reference and project development. It’s a very powerful, yet easy to use solution to organize tones of info.
Atheists of Utah is a non-profit group operating in Salt Lake City, UT. We are a group for atheists, agnostics, freethinkers, secularists, skeptics, and non-believers to create community and promote free-thought values.
http://7throot.com Is a personal site (blog, tips, docs, gallery…) in Spanish and English. Theme is minima-based with lot of esteroides (by r0sk).
SaltyBytes is my website where I’ve posted some of my freeware and where I hope to eventually be selling my shareware products.
http://www.justuber.com I’m using DokuWiki as a tool to organize stuff. I work in IT and I’ve got lots of stuff to keep, and DokuWiki seemed a good solution. I also use it a little like a CMS too. I’ve left it openly editable so people can go in and correct any rubbish I’ve written!
http://www.a4traduction.com/wiki-traduction/en:index This is a wiki on translation, all there is to know for translation professionals and clients alike. The fullest version of it is in French at http://www.a4traduction.com/wiki-traduction/fr:index but anyone who wishes to contribute to any of these versions (or both) is welcome!
Kaiban Davao, Inc. is a non-stock organization, founded by true-blue Dabawenyos from Philippines, which aims to finance concerts, album-launchings and other activities related to the arts, to showcase the hidden talents of Dabawenyo artists. By planting a new music production in Davao City, Philippines, a number of local bands will come to faith. By their commitment and desires we will be able to establish a foundation that will be a stronghold for the Davao Music Industry. A program of nurture and development that will help us grow as one, a growing fellowship that will lead us into a great experience of life.
”Thank you so much DokuWiki for being a (Free and Open Source Software).”
”LONG LIVE KAIBAN DAVAO, LONG LIVE DOKUWIKI.”
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English word for the Spanish Guadua WADOOA HOME PAGE
It’s a project that born in December 2006 with the idea to be a wiki for everything else.
The founders born in Colombia, but they live in New Mexico, Delhi and Bogota.
The name comes from the tree GUADUA that it is similar to bamboo, but is written as it sound in English wadooa.
It is basically a Latin American project trying to have a place into a world of websites dominated by EEUU and Europe.
This wiki is available in Español, English, ??? ?????? Français Italiano Svenska Português Nederlands Polski Deutsch?????
La mejor wiki en Español http://WADOOA.COM
Xoops en Español es un Wiki que cubre todo lo relacionado a VOIP, Asterisk, Sip Express Router, protocolos, software, hardware, proveedores de servicios, configuraciones, estandars, pistas y trucos y todo lo que este relacionado a las redes de voz sobre ip, telefonia ip y telefonia por internet.
The RandomStuffPlanet Wiki is used to allow users to submit jokes, humor, quotes, and other things. It also allows users to publish open-source code, and provides web design tutorials.
isoPedia is a wiki that mainly aims to include some algorithms used in computer vision and image processing and their implementations.
Apart from this, you will find relevant data about the inventors of these algorithms.
Travel Pelopor is a little wiki for travel tips, hints, locations, things to do and food! So people not only know that food is around 15 ringgit Malaysia, but also if it tastes great.
Extensive information is already available about locations and (street)food in: Indonesia and Singapore
Still in the process of being written: Asia: Hong Kong, India, Israel, Japan, Malaysia, Pakistan, Taiwan, The Philippines and The United Arab Emirates Europe: Belgium, Italy, the Netherlands, Austria, Denmark, Fance, Germany, Romania, Spain, Switzerland and the United Kingdom
Travel Pelopor was created in the 3rd quarter of 2006. Travel Pelopor uses the DokuWiki as it’s engine, because it turned out to be suited for relatively small wiki’s. Travel Pelopor is an independently project with the aim to offer, in time, comprehensive travel information on destinations around the world. Unlike commercial travel sites, Travel Pelopor hopes to provide not only facts about travel destinations, but also an impression about the places and where to find good food. Although Travel Pelopor is a private project, the public is welcome to contribute.
DokuWiki is a simple yet very powerful tool. I use single DokuWiki installation (installed online in a password protected directory) to:
* keep my work related notes and knowledgebase organized * keep my personal diary * as a webmaster, to keep documentation and track of changes about websites I maintain
DokuWiki is used to enable a small villages web site http://www.eckelsheim.de (German language). The collaborative principle which has been basis for a number of community projects is now also realized in the web site. And only contents counts - no more design options for the contributors! DokuWiki was the choice after comparing it with a range of other CMS and Wikis. Installation and configuration was just fun (except for an outside template contribution). Many thanks to the DokuWiki team.
On INJELEA WikiLife (German) I use DokuWiki for a Wiki for myself and friends. Why not use a wiki to organize your life? So I setup DokuWiki because it’s easy and mighty as well. Notes, structures, links … all about my life. But only some pages are visible vor “ALL”. I enjoy DokuWiki a lot.
DokuWiki (+ the sidebar template) is used for the AntTweakBar project website and documentation.
AntTweakBar is a small and easy-to-use C/C++ library that allows programmers to quickly add a light and intuitive GUI into OpenGL or DirectX based graphic programs to interactively tweak them.
www.HowToUseA.com is an new upstarting website aimed at providing a place to post guides in a wiki environment to help people find out how to use things. Current guides include how to use light switches, mice, keyboards and soon to be much more. Go there and browse or add to it now! It’s great.
Napoli Wireless is an Italian site that aims to enable any people to build their own (long distance) wireless network, using inexpensive hardware and antennas. The site is an (almost) completely open wiki, where also anonymous people can contribute.
Innovations Ads is currently using DokuWiki as both a knowledge base for company information and as a documenting tool for new code additions to our system.
DokuWiki is used to build the documentation about OpenSIPS SIP Server, offering all necessary tools for community to contribute in a easy and quick way.
We use it as a project platform to build and maintain a handbook for people working with children and juveniles, especially within holiday camps. It’s easy to insert and update content, even for people with little wiki-experience.
Keep on going
We use DokuWiki for the Orto del Orto project documentation. Great work! Very simple to use
Great tool! Very rapidly DokuWiki took over the school whole website site! http://decaturclassical.org. Since this is a very small Public school we do not have funds but sent a small donation to Andreas Gohr. I just want to say to Andreas and others who helped that you are making a difference in this planet! F.M.
The LOPES observatory for cosmic radiation is run by a large collaboration. This wiki allows all of us to update and expand on the page. Great stuff!
I love the ability to let all my family and friends update our site with news and humorous writings. http://www.owibtyw.com Love its ease of use and administration, flat file system, and awesome plugins/templates.
We use it a our internal/external communication platform within our project. Check out http://www.sakai-pilot.utwente.nl/sakaiwiki to see it in action. We love it!
We run DokuWiki for Intranet usage. This is the best wiki I know.
I just miss an automatic backup plugin during editing. Julien from interencheres.com in France
Deutsch: Die Seite zum Thema Atheismus in der Schweiz verwendet DokuWiki seit März 2006. Dabei wurden diverse Plugins entwickelt, die wir wiederum hier veröffentlicht haben. So ist es uns möglich, etwas von dem zurückzugeben, was wir profitieren durften. Vielen Dank für die hervorragende Arbeit.
English: The German speaking page Atheism in Switzerland is based on DokuWiki since March 2006. For this, we have developed several plugins that we published on this site. This way, we are able to support this great project. Thank you very much for the great work.
Intra2net AG uses DokuWiki for its internal support intranet. We document all FAQs, support procedures, known bugs and the like of our Intranator product line into a DokuWiki.
We use DokuWiki on our intranet for dev documentation. We are very pleased with the way the engine works plus it is so easy to install. I used Easy PHP on MS Windows to get it up running.
Just starting the LibraryToast project up, using DokuWiki for documentation, database structure planning etc. good :)
I’m using DokuWiki with Webserver on a Stick, and it’s the best wiki on here. It’s the only thing that’s installed without a hitch, and without me trying to learn apache. Thanks guys!
I use DokuWiki for http://wiki.ebsoft.org (in French) since several months for some software documentations, my own knowledge base, and privates pages with customers to prepare specifications (3-4 users for each project). I have found ALL that i need for all these jobs : ACL, comments, fast way for CSV table and so one.
And last year, i have published http://clotures.ebsoft.org (in French) in few hours to have a small web site for shareware authors,(who have few problems with a registration service).
I use it as my website. Still in development! http://jjakob.dyndns.org
Official & community website of the CEIMAF, Center of Students of the FaMAF, Facultad de Matemática, Astronomía y Física (where you can also study Computer Science).
I’ve put my knowledge online, easy to use and to setup and so powerful.
I use it as knowledge database (or call it scratchpad ) in German language at http://www.alexs.de/doku/. Easy to setup, use and search. Great stuff!
The Robotics Club is an inter-disciplinary, inter-departmental club, welcoming students from all majors and all levels of technical knowledge, from nascent interest to many years of experience. We are a project-oriented club, and are divided into a number of partially independently supplied project teams, among which members can distribute their time. Projects are begun as interested groups around opportunities or individual proposals, and as a team leader steps forward the project can begin.
Check us out at http://robotics.ee.calpoly.edu/DokuWiki/doku.PHP
We are a running club, mostly running and training in and around Prospect Park in Brooklyn, New York. We train for the races of the New York Road Runners, mainly the NYC Marathon. Check us out at Brooklyn Road runners. The wiki is referred to through the website, but accessible in all its glory at the resources page.
We use DokuWiki because it is - easy to install the wiki and update content by non professionals - powerful user management
And it just works - Geert
http://www.bredobrothers.de is a website about our new robot soccer team. We’re playing in the humanoid league of the RoboCup, and are participating since 2006. At the moment we’re around 12 users which come from the Universities of Bremen and Dortmund (also see the posting about the GermanTeam way down on this page..).
The website is brand new, and features a nice skin done by me ;) (to be released some time..)
BioinformaticsOnline is a community site for scientists and students involved in the discipline of Bioinformatics. DokuWiki is enabling us to easily build a community generated store of tutorials and notes useful for newcomers to the field. Thank-you DokuWiki! :)
Lawrence University’s Ultimate Frisbee clubs use DokuWiki for content management. It keeps people up-to-date on rosters and current events. Both the Men’s and the Women’s clubs are using it! http://luultimate.com
Webprof is a Dutch discussion list for professional web builders. It uses DokuWiki for an info & link base and some community projects like the Timmy award.
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http://www.ids-scheer.de is using DokuWiki (including. Gallery, a self-written e-mail abonnement tool) for publishing parts of the corporate intranet (Corporate Product Marketing), for fast publishing of PowerPoint files and sales / promotional material.
http://skills.circusoc.com aims to teach all circus skills in a free community environment. We want our page to become a hub for all circus skills eventually.
http://www.ordo-mechanicus.de for Live-Action-Roleplaying support. We do play LARP in a fantasy world named Heligonia and in time we don’t do LARP, we extend our game to the medium internet. Formerly per mail, then e-mail. And nowadays a part of it uses the wiki-method. It’s easy and fun! Thank you!
http://www.softwaretestingwiki.com for all things Quality Assurance and Software Testing. We use the wiki to allow people to contribute to useful software testing information and resources.
Das RootForum.de-Wiki dient primär als Sammelpunkt unfangreicher HowTos und als Alternative, aber nicht Ersatz, der RootForum.de-FAQ. Desweiteren beschränkt sich das RootForum.de-Wiki, im Gegensatz zu den restlichen Bereichen des RootForum.de, nicht nur auf serverorientierte Linux-/BSD-Themen, sondern erlaubt auch allgemeine LINUX-/BSD-Themen, sowie Themen zu Webapplikationen.
I use DokuWiki as an online collaboration tool for idea brainstorming. I am IIS user but got the PHP ISAPI filter with DokuWiki up and running in under 30 mins. Not many products just work as advertised out of the box like this! I love it!
Bay Materials is a Polymer consulting shop that also does small scale production and materials analysis. We use an internal wiki to keep good ideas in one place, and avoid e-mail document tag.
Blogbound use DokuWiki to discuss development of the many sites we’re now running. We’re using ACL to ensure only administrators can edit most of the pages but also have pages open for people to discuss development issues with us. It’s great to be able to propose policy documents, leave them editable by the public for 7 days and then lock them.
Bradford Samba Band use DokuWiki to manage our website. It means that with minimal training, the entire band can use it to share information, especially our forthcoming events. It also means that the site is cooperatively written, in line with our principles as a Radical Samba Band taking part in demonstrations and actions for a better world.
ProActive Technologies is a managed service provider located in North Haven Connecticut. We use DokuWiki to document customer networks, and just about everything else for that matter.
Scape is a free (open content) science-fiction universe in a Futurama like style, entirely written in German. We use DokuWiki for development and distribution of our work. It works excellent and much better than our old system.
I am a happy user of DokuWiki with two Wikis (German and English) I set up for my dynamical geometry program C.a.R. (Compass and Ruler).
I did many changes to the style sheets. Especially, I feel that the document width must be reduced for easy reading. Moreover, I changed some colors, which wasn’t as trivial as it should be. I also did not like the choice of heading fonts and changed that too. Of course, I am now afraid to update the Wiki software and maybe confuse my work completely.
All in all, thanks for this nice Wiki software.
Australian Specfic in focus
The Review Site for Australian Speculative Fiction.
(English language site) This website aims to become a center for technological tutorials and howtos. It’s in it’s infancy as of late 2005, but has content on programming, console repair and modifications, peer-to-peer applications, and soon to be much more.
(Spanish site) Este wiki trata sobre guias y cuidados de animales exóticos, conejitos enanos, hurones, cobayas y otros tipos de prácticas bestialistas.
Ca3DE is an all-purpose, modern 3D graphics engine. It can be used to create a variety of 3D applications, including games, simulations, and training and architectural software. The development kit is freely available, and the DeathMatch MOD code is open-source.
Its main features include: high-quality, real-time 3D graphics, a very powerful and flexible Material System, cross-platform and cross-compiler portability, multi-player network support, physically correct lighting (radiosity based), dynamic per-pixel lighting and shadows, 3D sound effects, skeleton based model rendering, very large terrain rendering, freely available developer kit and MOD source code, and easy extensibility by scripts and MODs.
ipwiki.de relates to intellectual property topics such as patent law, trademark law, etc. DokuWiki is just ideal for structuring thoughts and content in a comfortable and fast way.
FREESCO is a single floppy Linux distro that turns an old PC into a router. This DokuWiki is an attempt to increase the information level of FREESCO by and for the users. http://dingetje.homeip.net/DokuWiki/
WebCalendar Admin has installed DokuWiki for WebCalendar users to build HowTos.
I am a 2 year old newbie in all things computer. I am building the Wiki to be as logical and usable as my newbieness enables. I love learning to use DokuWiki, it is brilliant! I have tried: PmWiki, MediaWiki, TikiWiki and several others. DokuWiki is lean and bright and easy. if you have any hints about how to encourage users to use it, please tell me – July 28 2005 alto
I use this wiki as a place where i put all my stuff which I share, that being info about my projects, Linux howtos, configuration file examples, notes about stuff, tips and tricks.. DokuWiki is most useful.
Link to my wiki - Feel free to visit :)
A finnish software company uses DokuWiki for office collaboration, system documentation and brainstorming.
A wiki for employees and customers of our Linux-Training Site.
We use the LDAP connector for user-management.
A Wiki to exchange exams, experiences and other information for students of computer sciences of the FH Mannheim (Germany). Uses the Math-Plug-In and an own design. Language is German.
I use DokuWiki for school - homework, timetables & more
http://fantasydb.free.fr/ A French free database of Fantasy
At http://mgdc.xullum.net/wiki/ we started a tutorial publishing system and also to keep track of local industry development. Anyone that wants to contribute are welcome. It is very much like our knowledge base.
At http://exiang.xullum.net/malaqa, the authors use DokuWiki to do collaborate online novel writing. It is a Chinese novel base on Malacca, a 500 years old empire that located in Malaysia, South East Asia.
At http://www.deshalbfrei.org we try to collect arguments for using free software. In addition to that, we collect open letters to people, who give away .doc Documents and so on. Attention: German website!
As of January 1st, 2006, we will be using DokuWiki as a CMS for our corporate website (http://www.soluscience.fr/). Even if it lacks some features from powerful CMSs (joomla, ezPublish, Xoops,etc.) it is far less bloated. For a small structure like us, DokuWiki is the choice to go with :)
The AStA of the Carl von Ossietzky University is the elected representation of those university’s students. We discovered DokuWiki during a long search for an easy (efficient) Content Management System for several of our websites. DokuWiki is now used by two of our webpages (www.carl-von-ossietzky.de, www.zahlen-oder-gehen.de) and as the backend for our Intranet. Transition of all the content on our main site www.asta-oldenburg.de to a DokuWiki-powered Version is already in progress. I, personally, have to admit that I truly felt in love with this software and its beauty and elegance amazes me every time I’m using it. —Jerome
It’s used also by Students Association of Interdisciplinary Studies of Mathematical & Nature Sciences on Jaggiellonian University in Cracow, Poland (http://smp.if.uj.edu.pl/wiki/) – some modification was made (TeX support, advanced ACL, IMAP auth)
Plans is an open-source web calendar. Like many OSS projects, development has always outpaced documentation. Several users offered to help create & maintain documentation, and DokuWiki is the perfect tool for making this possible. The sharp-looking but simple CSS styling and the flat-file based storage were the winning features. Installation was also a breeze. Lloyd Dalton
Arces Network has deployed DokuWiki to keep tabs on employee knowledge. We manage a large number of systems for highly-visible clients, and having rapid access to information about those systems is critical. I’ve used RT FAQ Manager, but it requires that my staff know (and use) HTML. Writing documentation was too involved, so no one did it. With DokuWiki I’m excited to give them a tool that they can use to quickly generate documents about the information that they have. It will rapidly become a core process at my company. Adrian Goins
http://www.RobMeerman.co.uk - Using DokuWiki as a convenient way of tracking my final year project for my studies, and also as a personal website about my hobby projects. Being able to just surf to my site and update allows me to make use of those 40min gaps between lectures which are otherwise wasted.
I’ve also setup Unison to synchronize my site between my laptop (where I do most of the content generation) and my webserver, so I always have a backup. I had a few issues to resolve (which you can read about here), but I’m very happy with DokuWiki, and now update my website daily!
http://setiwiki.tammen.net - Using DokuWiki for collecting documents, tests, questions, answers and links concerning two study courses at our “University of Applied Sciences, Constance, Germany”: Software engineering and computer engineering.
We’re using DokuWiki basically for the complete content of our Site. The namespace implementation allows us to store different types of content in one system. Users are authenticated against the forum-database, thanks to the great auth-abstraction.
For a while we had thrown around the idea of what to use and PHPNuke and TikiWiki had been ideas, but I wanted NO database (for the same reasons as the creator I noticed), and this is awesome. We trust our guys so everyone has full destruction capability available anyway. After the 30 seconds setup, it took me 4 hours to figure out how my boss had set up the virtual hosts and the firewall so I could get it from outside … not to mention he was blacklisting a whole range of IPs … anyway, I had it working on the Intranet in like 30 seconds, cant beat that. We just store timetables and what’s happening in the world and what movies are worth watching, and everyone just chimes in, and shoves tidbits in between … lots of fun. Best fun in ages.
We use DokuWiki for our documentation for our uCLinux project. Documentation for our Toolchain, Bootloader, kernel and hardware are all described in our DokuWiki. It works pretty well - we also use Gforge, and have linked the username/passwords together using the pgsql_auth.
Great tool! Very easy installation (< 10 min) and also easy to use. We use DokuWiki as a project manual. With DokuWiki everybody in our project can create or extend project-related information in a very comfortable way. No knowledge of html is needed. I like it real.
I use DokuWiki to house lecture outlines and other documents for courses I teach at a community college in Ohio.
We’re the current World-Champion Sony 4-Legged League Soccer Team from Germany. After we used KwikiKwiki during the Robocup in Lisboa, we were searching for a more powerful alternative.
DokuWiki is now used for our intranet site, and is in daily use by 78 students, PHDs and developers from 4 universities. The namespace feature, upload of images, easy extendibility and RSS integration were the killer criteria for choosing DokuWiki.
Unfortunately, our wiki pages are private – but you should have a look at http://www.Germanteam.org/!
See you all at the next GermanOpen in Paderborn!
We use it on this location , our project page is hosted at sourceforge.net so the wiki had to be simple to use / install. For us MediaWiki was out of the question.
We use DokuWiki as Knowledgebase and Documentation Tool for Development in our Company. marcel
I give DokuWiki a try to be used as a “backend” of our (German) scout-homepage. “backend” means it will be used to collect content , and offer several features to members of the leading team. Therefore i am glad to see ACL on DokuWiki’s recent changes.
My time to leave the leading team comes closer but there is nobody with HTML/CSS capabilities to do the Job of a “webmaster”. Maybe a Wiki could solve this Problem.
Why DokuWiki? It does not need SQL so i can use a free webspace which SQL table is currently used by a picture gallery. It is looking nice out of the box. I love the keyboard-shortcuts.
Sebastian Koch 18.10.04
DokuWiki is an easy-to-use tool for people lacking the ability of storing knowledge in their brains, like me
I use it for links, hints and code-snippets … or just to tell my friends where to find the quake-server.
I’ve just installed DokuWiki for use as a general stuff storage engine. It’ll probably be a combination of network docs, and code stuff that ends up in it though. Jon Wood jon [at] jellybob [dot] co [dot] uk
DokuWiki is the hottest candidate for my chick company internal idea exchange platform. While I got stuck with TWiki and couldn’t really get hold of MediaWiki, DokuWiki worked in five minutes.
Big problem thought is the fact that it doesn’t store UTF-8 and this might be the big “can’t use” for me, as I live and work in Japan …
/Clemens gullevek [at] gullevek [dot] org
DokuWiki does use UTF-8 now
I’m running DokuWiki in my PHPMyChat Project and im very happy with it. It is pretty easy to use and allows me to focus in the project only. Thanks
/Christoph c [dot] mertins [at] gmx [dot] net
I am using DokuWiki for my personal documentation of all my Debian server and the whole network switches. it helps me keeping track of all those port to port connections. Switched over from quikiwiki because DokuWiki has a much nicer syntax. Keep up the good work, and thanks a lot :)
/mathias ‘shark’ ender shark [at] icore [dot] at
I use DokuWiki for my own project designs and it helps me a lot keeping track of project changes and coordination of my team members. Before DokuWiki I was using PhpWiki which is good too, but I never liked the messy layout is had. DokuWiki just looks professional :)
/Christian ‘Snyke’ Decker snyke [at] web [dot] de
I use DokuWiki for my private site, to keep track of links and other stuff I need to remember or stuff that I want to show friends. Because of the legal position in Germany about websites and their content, I keep my wiki private, so that’s why I have not posted any link to it here, sorry.
I use it for the internal documentation for the Scandinavian ejournal forbindelser.dk. I have and are developing a CMS-like system and needs to write some documentation for the users and I’ve found DokuWiki to be quite good for that. I stumbled upon DokuWiki in a discussion in a Danish Linux newsgroup. I can’t provide a link either, because it’s for internal purposes.
I have a small development team at Oracle and I’m trying it out in the team to document hints and tips, FAQ and such like. Early days so we’ll see how it works out. Also set up a private DokuWiki at home just to keep track of some of the fun stuff I’m trying out on my home network.
I run design1st.org as a server on which i provide web and email services to a handful of my friends ( talking-dog.com, designjerk.com, linkmonger.net) so maintaining documentation on how the server is configured and how to do things become a primary need for a simple online note-taking system. I tried out 3 or 4 wikis after browsing the websites of about 30. DokuWiki was certainly the nicest looking and is much cleaner and easier to deal with than the others. Well done!
Wavemap is my personal hobby site… I’ve used it to learn technologies over the years, but was always a bit slack at keeping it up to date. Last week I got interested in wiki as an easy method to manage a website, and this weekend I tried out TikiWiki, MediaWiki and DokuWiki. I like the simplicity of DokuWiki, and the code is nice and neat. It does it’s job well!
I switched from WakkaWiki to DokuWiki because WakkaWiki is no longer maintained. Andreas Gohr did some extra work for me, so that the content of the WakkaWiki database could be easily transferred to the DokuWiki-Format. Thanks a lot! I use DokuWiki in German. To accomplish that I only had to change this: $conf[‘lang’] = ‘de’;. Very nice work!
cakoose.com – What I liked about DokuWiki was the abandonment of CamelCase WikiWords. It also looks “clean.” I don’t really use it like a wiki, though. It’s just a good way to create a personal web site without having do deal with verbose HTML syntax and manual linking. Since I’m the only one who is allowed to edit the pages, I’d really appreciate a threaded “comments” feature (and please keep the file system store, I don’t want to use a DB!).
- Kannan Goundan
Like Kannan, I also like the visual uncluttered appearance of DokuWiki. I’m currently evaluating it as a technical documentation / collaboration engine, by checking if the set of features is well-suited for our team needs. I still have to convince my team leader about the advantages against the disadvantages of using a WikiEngine, but that’s another matter. What I appreciate the most in DokuWiki is the overall features for documentation repository: table of contents, GUI editor, conflict detection, windows shares, standard compliance and the use of raw text files. Like David Haimes, I also aim at deploying a system that can consolidate a myriad of tips, tricks, scripts, loose information that hangs everywhere and in no common place. Besides that, since we have several projects running at the same time, we also need a collaboration system that is simple and practical, better than e-mail messages hanging on each others’ private mailboxes. – Straider (2004.08.19).
The evaluation has finished, and DokuWiki has been selected as an internal tool for technical documentation, produced in a collaborative manner. The concept has been so simple, practical and useful that one of our steps in impact analysis now entails the analysis of the list of a backlink execution. The list of documents reported to be backlinked with current document helps to understand how a change in one table, for instance, will have impact on the processes or on user interface. Thanks so much for a well done tool. – Straider (2004.10.04).
I’m evaluating DokuWiki for an internal engineering/documentation/product planning wiki for my startup company, and everyone’s very happy so far with it. I just wrote a recommendation for DokuWiki in my blog, located here: http://www.brianstorms.com/archives/000418.html (Brian Dear, San Diego CA USA — 19 August 2004)
We’ve just setup 3 different DokuWiki sites for internal company use. IT Staff and Developers use it to write their documentation, and Marketing uses it as a collaboration system. It’s been working pretty well since it’s very easy to use even for non-techies. What we’ve discovered that we can add some basic Windows-based security to a DokuWiki sit, so that users can be limited by their Active Directory account. DokuWiki even lists the user’s AD domain and account name in “Recent Changes”, which is a huge plus for us. We’re also looking at an expensive KB system, but there’s a good chance that DokuWiki will be used instead. – Jeffrey Chen (09/01/2004)
Set up DokuWiki today and started our internal and customer facing documentation on it - great stuff. Sent you a donation today - thanks for all your work! (Christian Denning 3/9/2004)
Am using it to replace an old Perl blog system for my (and my friends) windsurfing. I love the way they can edit their comments and even remove ones made incorrectly. I have altered it slightly so they can easily make a New entry in a standard way. http://jetsoft.no-ip.com:10010/funstuff
I am also using it to try and encourage my co workers to document our work in IT support for several companies. At least I have added all my notes to one place now and can access it from anywhere. I am finding it an excellent system. I’m enjoying learning PHP while I fiddle with DokuWiki.
I had some problems with my ISP (IINET) who suddenly stopped PHP working for me, after changing ISP’s (now with TPG) it is all OK again but as I had to get my own server going during the changeover I have left the fun stuff running on that (a CENTOS box running Apache). That means I can have as much media content as I want which is nice.
All my installations are quite out of data so soon I hope to get them all back into “mainstream” and running the current version.
Just set it up as an (pseudo)internal discussion tool. We’re spread around the country, so something like this is great for collaboration. Matt Wilson
My Girlfriend has started a project to make a documentation of an old street of the middle age in the near of Frankfurt. She likes to publish her results on the web, but she has less experience to make a “classic” website. I’ve not enough time to support the website. So we decided to use a wiki. After research and testing we started using DokuWiki. The installation takes approximately 30 minutes. Now she can start writing text and I’ve a lot of time to think about creating a custom layout. The result of this: I’d showed this my boss and the team and now we try to uses DokuWiki in our delayed project to write the documentation which is missing We had only one problem, the provide has compiled the PHP with the GD_LIB 1.3 so the sizing function will throw an error. But this is a known problem in PHP. I’ve added a return in function before the sizing is started and it works fine for me. http://www.reffenstrasse.de/DokuWiki/doku.PHP Peter Heß
Using wikis and other social software are second-nature to the geeks in the Jeep author group, and we roll our own as well as use existing free software. DokuWiki seems feature-rich, yet user-friendly. Those features are what we were looking for when choosing a wiki for interfacing with our audiences that we play with at roleplaying game cons. http://jeepen.olle.ter.dk/wiki/
I’m using DokuWiki to allow community to update documentation for my open source application WinSCP.
Palimpsest is the DokuWiki-driven site where I collect lists, writings and other small web-based stuff that needs to be created and maintained quickly and comfortable without hassle. This includes a section that is used as a resource page for a small collaborative coding project, which is implemented as a namespace with different access rights compared to the rest of the site. The wiki and the feeds are in utf-8, which was not much of a problem to configure.
Been using DokuWiki for about a week now @ http://ktyp.com/dev/doku/ and absolutely love it. I tried PhpWiki and suffice to say it was garbage. When I add a few more features, I’m going to replace the current site with it. Also, check out the design which was surprisingly easy to do. -kb
I run DokuWiki as an encyclopedia about Japan. It is more a practical guide than an encyclopedia. Really useful for those who want to live in Japan. Wiki Japon -CAkOS
Slowakei per Bike A report about a journey around the hills in Slovakia with a tent and our bikes. I tried several solutions to write the “diary” content to the web, DokuWiki fits all my needs. I prefer the solution of storing test files, because the synchronization with an offline apache on my laptop is very easy. I use “SyncBack” to synchronize the files written offline.
During the work with DokuWiki I’ve got a lot of ideas to use the DokuWiki for a lot of things. At the moment the wiki grows up. Is used as diary, idea collection, logbook for our bikes, writing stories about the “Bastard Biker From Hell” and so on.
The main root you fill find under: Peters Privates Wiki.
http://translate.sourceforge.net/wiki/ uses DokuWiki
We at HostingXS (a small webhosting provider in the Netherlands) use DokuWiki as an internal knowledgebase for server maintenance. We document the history of each server, provide links to various statistics gathered by individual servers, have a ‘TODO’-list, etc.
I have my projects at http://www.neocoder.net where i use DokuWiki to create the documentation.
The online community Paranoia-Live.net, a community centered around the pen-and-paper roleplaying game PARANOIA, has switched from MoinMoin to DokuWiki to run the Alphapedia Complexia, a complete encyclopedia of all things PARANOIA. As the admin who set up the Alphapedia, let me say DokuWiki was a joy to set up and work with compared to MoinMoin. The ability to use our forum database to authenticate users and give user groups different access levels easily was an incredible boon and the main deciding factor in our switch. We’re just getting the details hammered out and will probably soon start patching in our own code and styles.
I’m using DokuWiki as my homepage. Don’t really like the DokuWiki look so I did a new CSS so that it would look like WikkaWiki. DokuWiki is really nice compared to other Wikis as it don’t require database and is really easy to maintain.
Im using DokuWiki for useful code snippets for a plugin component for Winamp, ActiveWinamp. This plugin allows you to extend Winamp through scripting or other use of COM. Although the scripting is quite simple, DokuWiki allows scripts to be shared with users that aren’t as adept at programming.
We use DokuWiki as the collaboration venue for the EZPDO project among document writers. To allow users to input their comments (but not to touch the Wiki content), we worked out a tool to import Wiki pages into WordPress. The tool is called dwBliki, a WordPress plugin which now has become a small project by its own (see here). A user can browse the docs and give comments in WordPress. Thanks for the good work, Andi. -oak
I switched my whole (rather small) personal website (http://www.roothell.org) to this great piece of software now. Don’t expect too much of it, most of the stuff on the site is about things I’d forget otherwise. Apart from that, it’s still German only. Well, perhaps it will be useful to somebody else too nonetheless.
The best thing about the switch is that now I really like editing these pages instead of hacking together some pieces of HTML that don’t make any sense. As I’m not too deep into CSS, one thing I’d love to see would be some kind of documentation what this or that part does, e.g. I really like the style of this page. Perhaps there could be some kind of “market place” for DokuWiki-”themes”?!?
Thanks a lot Andi for all your work!
The Ardour project, a high-quality multitrack recording application, is using DokuWiki to create a user manual. One thing - is it possible to define an order for the pages so the manual can be exported easily for printing, and Prev / Next buttons can be automatically inserted? Keep up the good work!
RoxiWiki is a German Wiki about philology, literature databases for your PC, social bookmarks (this section will be in English) and more.
Raleigh XML FAQ, a project for creating Russian XML FAQ.
I first used DokuWiki for displaying and editing rather large text (study papers) for personal use in Kaffeehaus Wiki (German). But as I liked DokuWiki very much, I also set a collaborative platform for a team I’m working in. What I like most about DokuWiki is that it’s easy adjustable to one’s own needs and it lets users to be focused on the creating of content. It’s user interface is reduced to the minimum yet powerful.
I thought, that if it’s useful for me, then it might be useful for others as well. So I created Qwik!. There, each registered user has it’s own password protected wiki space (for free) and can use the public Qwik! wiki. The private Qwik! space is pre-structured with pages like documents, agenda, to-do, blog, addresses and links and these pages are always easily accessible through a sidebar menu. The service is currently being beta-tested and your suggestions welcome.
I plan to make a enhanced version of this service (collaborative features, multiple users with different rights, media upload, blog & forum integration, support) commercially available at a later stage – primarily focused on the Swiss small biz market). — Esther Brunner 2005-03-23 17:04
I am testing DokuWiki as a content management system at BockusWiki. It is so easy to use and does not need any SQL-database, just PHP. Thanks to Andy for his development work.
We are using DokuWiki for internal documentation for our Rotunda online publications series. (Since it is an internal Wiki only, I can’t give the actual link.) I evaluated various wiki programs, and went with DokuWiki (over second choice MediaWiki) because it really is tailored for the needs of a documentation project that will include things like “style manuals” for XML tagging, procedures documentation for server setup, and documentation of coding practices in a couple of programming languages. The user/group authorization model means we can give accounts to external people with access only to their own particular publication projects.
I also had good results converting a long vendor requirements document from MS Word, via OpenOffice, using the Iannz DokuWiki macro – amazingly little hand-editing was needed to reproduce the original format after the macro conversion. — David Sewell 2005-04-21 17:46
At Recherche en Prevision numeric (RPN, Part of Meteorological Service of Canada) we use DokuWiki as the main collaborative documentation and Numerical Weather Prediction (NWP) research collaboration tool. We were very pleased with it’s simple installation, setup, adaptation and usage! — stephanec 2005-04-21 20:06
I am a writer, working on several fiction projects as well as two non-fiction books and an unending stream of newspaper/magazine articles, corporate brochures and the like. I use DokuWiki as a general organization tool for all my projects, and it’s working great. For example, I can link characters together in my fiction projects to show the relationships between them, or I can link pieces of my outline to the relevant characters, settings, research, etc. I’m VERY pleased with how simple DokuWiki was to set up and customize to fit my needs, and I’ll definitely be using it for other things in the future. — Tammy Cravit 2005-04-23 10:21
Nucleus CMS wiki This wiki has been around for over 3 years. It’s mainly a place where all the Nucleus plugins are gathered and documented, but we have some nice documentation and howto’s as well. Recently I’ve converted to DokuWiki because of it’s slick features and speed. Update: we have upgraded to the latest DokuWiki release and implemented a shinning new template. (aug.01.2005)
We were looking for the ultimate wiki to work collaboratively on documentation (both functional and technical) : syntax highlighting, namespaces, ACL… DokuWiki perfectly feets those needs. Thanks a lot !
I started this Wiki with some friends to collect information about our studies, and to share it with everyone who comes after us. DokuWiki worked for this purpose because it doesn’t need a database and has plenty of features. If DokuWiki doesn’t work out for us, our data is very accessible. — Jakob Lenfers 03.05.2005 08:12
Xantron has deployed DokuWiki for Networkdocumentation. It’s running on a Debian Server with Apache 1.3 and serves switch configurations, server configs, config diffs, network diagrams and so on. It’s also including the contact database of some people and providers to have the right information on the right place. Dominik Bay
We at NME.at have been using DokuWiki for various projects in the area of software development and database design. Cross emailing between three or more people within a constantly changing development-team quickly becomes tedious, so we decided to use a hybrid approach which includes DokuWiki for the short- (project specific) as well as long-term knowledge base. We picked DokuWiki because it doesn’t require a MySQL-database and thus, is easily installable (Windows/Linux, server/client etc) everywhere.
We were using Faq-O-Matic for the documentation for MailScanner, an open source anti-spam, anti-virus, security mail filter. When the author, Julian Field, asked me to help with the transfer of the Faq-O-Matic site to a wiki, I strongly suggested using DokuWiki and he and the other volunteers liked the idea. Now we’re using DokuWiki for all the documentation related to MailScanner and related software and I merged the MAQ (Most Asked Questions) page I’ve created in the wiki as well. I really appreciate the ease of use of this wiki as I didn’t like the idea of editing a standalone HTML page (the MAQ). It’s been easily accepted by the community and the MailScanner’s mailing list users seem to like it too. clear
I’ve been using Wikis for a long time. Meanwhile I’ve also implemented my own wiki engine that I currently use for my website. But according to my principle “Never code anything that already exists!” I stopped that project. There are so many wikis out there that are far better than mine. So I found DokuWiki and started testing it on my Mac. Currently I am using it as a kind of personal information manager and Todo lists. I like the linked behavior of wiki pages. Happy wiking!
I’m using DokuWiki for a linguistically exchange corner between students of Japanese and French languages on Comme ça du Japon. DokuWiki installation was really easy and the feature list is also impressive. Great Job ! Thanks.
We are using DokuWiki to manage our group files, information and public bookmarks. DokuWiki stays as intranet pages, so i can’t show you the results. Thank you for all. Very good job.
http://www.inktec.pl/ m [dot] wywial [at] inktec [dot] pl
We use DokuWiki as a place, where we post docs, changelogs, stats, FAQs and other important info for users and developers. ReloadCMS
We use DokuWiki as the CMS for our Site. Only we can edit, so it is not really Wiki anymore, but the software is really great! http://Krone-Neuenburg.de. We use the modifications described here to customize the layout.
LinuxBasics.org - The community that helps people to run Linux.
We use DokuWiki as the CMS for our Site. It replaced a Zope/Plone/ZWiki construction that was much too complicated, too big and too slow for our purposes. We use the modifications described here to customize the layout.
We use DokuWiki at work for system and network documentation - it’s low maintenance and hassle free, so we actually DO use it. Like software should be. We owe you a beer.
Disclaimer: I had (and have) nothing to do with the design of that website TYVM. Teachers + WYSIWYG editor = Yuck.
We’ve started using DokuWiki as an alternative information system (hence Yet Another Ents Information Management System) to our normal scraps of paper floating around the office. Only been using it a few days and already it’s showing it’s worth.
It suits our chaotic workflow to a tee, more so than any other project management system I’ve come across, which actually require some form of process. Which we don’t have.
The Norwegian Mac community uses DokuWiki to share tips and tricks, reviews and more.
This wiki is a fun oriented collection of recipes. Most dishes are extremely hot but tasty as well. Please fell free to submit your favorite recipe as well.
http://www.istari.xt.pl - Tolkien Encyclopedia
XOOPS is an extensible, OO (Object Oriented), easy to use dynamic web content management system written in PHP. DokuWiki for XOOPS is a XOOPS module based on DokuWiki compatible with XOOPS module system, aimed at a light, flexible and powerful documentation tool for XOOPS users.
Well, I used Wikka before, but the camelization annoyed me to no end. Plus, formatting and administration was not so simple as in DokuWiki. I found this wiki engine accidentally on the WWW, and it was a typical ‘love at first sight’. I have played several days with it, and I can say that this is exactly what I needed (especially the better GeSHi implementation than in Wikka.)
A few words about PtokaX: PtokaX is a server-software for Win32 and the Direct Connect P2P Network, which uses LUA as an extension language.
See the wiki here.
This wiki is a documentation for the freeware irc-client Nettalk.
The wiki: http://www.ntalk.de/Nettalkdoku/
The page: http://www.ntalk.de/Nettalk/en/
Documentation du site Ubuntu-fr.org (Communauté francophone des utilisateurs d’Ubuntu). Tres complete et souvent mise à jour ! http://wiki.ubuntu-fr.org/
I am starting and playing with DokuWiki to set up my family’s |homepage at www.familie-werner.org .
Wiki français sur le développement web
French wiki, about web development
I recently setup a DokuWiki installation in order to maintain a collection of tips, snippets and similar stuff. Before that I used a self-developed thingy, but DokuWiki supports everything what I was aiming for - and much more! - , so I switched.
I use DokuWiki for my own general purpose repository. I just added a PHP script that can copy DokuWiki pages to iPod notes format here.
We run both an internal minion-training wiki which also contains documentation on all our servers and how to maintain them, we also have slightly hacked DokuWiki for a public facing support site to produce a completely static website to guarantee no defacements.
I mean this is excellent….if you are in the London area…beer will be on us.
I use my wiki to share knowledge and store ideas. You can find it here.
We are a community of persons who are playing a online free game, and we need a space for our community, before it was a static site, now the users self complete the information on the site. http://mountyhall.dispas.net/doku.PHP (French)
Added: October 2, 2005
This is my own personal/public collection of interesting bits of knowledge, guides, and links. Everything from Recepies, Scrapbooking stuff, Administrator guides (NTP, SSL, Apache, IIS6, SMS, etc) and much more. It is always changing, and always improving. https://risstech.com
Our IT department uses it internally to help organize ad-hoc info on a team level
We use it as a tool to keep track of all sorts of info for our family. Shopping lists, contact info, ideas, appointments, reminders. It’s much easier to use than an over-featured database system. It’s totally ad-hoc so we just chuck everything in there, it’s like an info bin.
We use it as a pilot for a network of about 200 NGO’s (non profit organizations) in Central Asia. For this I used the default setup including a few plugins: - interface language : switchable between English and Russian - some formatting plugins from esther - sparkline plugin - current users : 150, migrating to MySQL-auth - all content in Russian / English
Scalability issues are easy to arise: first we plan to migrate to another integrated auth mechanism, then go to new search mechanism as presented dev. edition.
Keep u updated,
Riny [at] [bk] [dot] [ru]
We’re the association who’s editing the independent local newspaper Particule in Rennes (France). We use DokuWiki for our internal web site. Thanks a lot! :)
Nous sommes une association qui édite le journal d’information local indépendant Particule à Rennes (France). Nous utilisons DokuWiki pour faire fonctionner notre site interne. Merci beaucoup!
escudik-omsk.alfaspace.net This site about car Suzuki Escudo. (Russian language)
I use DokuWiki as blog (migrated from nucleus ) and as a place to write down some stuff about Linux etc… etc… http://www.chimeric.de.
We use DokuWiki for several customers to synchronize knowledge about the network-infrastructure and server-systems. With the help of this great tool different administrators can share “their” knowledge of the network with others who work for that particular customer.
Undefined Illusion BBS (uibbs2): We offer technical assistance on Linux based systems, we also help in partial or total migration to Linux OS, and we are a Linux based business since 2000 (a study about our TCO on Linux in five years is available on our website). Our staff has more than 10 years of experience in IT support, assistance and management.
http://nata.alfamoon.com The Personal page Natali. Lessons of the embroidery, display of the author’s work, feminine club.
My personal wiki to work for school, but also my blog and information site
Inspiriert von Wikipedia möchte ich auf Basis von freien Inhalten ein Hortipedia entstehen lassen. Der grobe Rahmen ist der Gartenbau, wie der Name “Horti” schon sagt.
Das Hortipedia soll duch viele Teilprojekte entstehen. Dabei möchte ich Informationen zusammen mit allen Interessierten hier zeigen, die richtig ins Detail gehen. Dies kann meiner Meinung nach nur ein Speziallexikon leisten. Anders als beim Vorbild Wikipedia möchte ich gern Patenschaften vergeben über bestimmte Themen, damit eine inhaltliche Betreuung besser gewährt ist. Diese Partnerschaften können auch durch eigene “Einstiegsseiten” dokumentiert werden (Beispiel http://www.Gemueselexikon.org )
Thanks for de service
Web Monday is an informal gathering (in and around Germany) aimed at bringing together developers, designers, entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, researchers, web pioneers, inventors, bloggers, podcasters, end users and other folks interested in web 2.0 (in the broadest sense). The goal is to better connect the German web 2.0 scene as well as improve transatlantic idea exchange between Germany and the US (and – hopefully – help bring some of those good Silicon Valley vibes to Germany).
Since its inception in November 2005, Web Monday has spread fast: meetings are now being held in 20+ cities all across Germany on a regular basis and have attracted several hundred repeat participants so far. Meetings have also been held in Vienna (Austria) and Innsbruck (Austria) as well as on Second Life.
The Web Monday wiki has been on DokuWiki from day one, and it’s been smooth sailing all along.
FerhengWiki. Kurdish free software wiki.
Canada Law Book is a publisher of Canadian legal reference material and Business to Business trade magazines. Currently only one developer is using DokuWiki for project documentation and reference information storage. We’re going to roll out a centralized DokuWiki in early 2006 for all our developers for documentation and project collaboration.
Used internally to document server and software configuration for this particular lab network.
Stefan’s Website (German) is a private homepage. I use it for RPG, programming PHP and some other stuff.
Rhy-Deufel Öflingen (German) is a homepage about a carnival group in Germany.
DPSG Öflingen (German) is a homepage about a scout group in Germany.
Happy DokuWiki user for my personal documentation repository (mostly in French). Thanks for your great software.
Used to document my Linux howto’s and CV. * http://wiki.lnxgeek.org
I use DokuWiki for my personal website, which you are very welcome to visit here
ICLEI-A/NZ - Local Governments for Sustainability We’ve installed DokuWiki as one of the components of our intranet. The choice came down to DokuWiki, MoinMoin or MediaWiki for our needs, but DokuWiki won the day because of its elegant simplicity.
I use DokuWiki to share knowledge with my students…http://www.xiaolai.net
We use DokuWiki to organize our web-site: http://www.immenhof-ev.de/info/wiki/ (German)
Thanks to Andreas Gohr for creating this wonderful piece of software.
Carles Oriol & Ilia Kubala - Linux learning blog. Web: http://bitacoras.enging.com (catalan)
I use DokuWiki to document stuff that I study, material for students and project information. It’s written in Portuguese. I found DokuWiki to be very easy to configure, customize and use.
http://www.dbzoo.com/ Personal site lots of information on Cybikos and other projects that take my fancy. DokuWiki rocks.
http://Linux.prinas.si/ A portal dedicated to spreading Linux in Slovenia, troubleshooting, writing docs, i18n and programming. It uses a modded and colored DokuWiki for its wiki part.
Mon premier site (obsolète) & mon site actuel (en construction) – J’ai commencé à utiliser DokuWiki pour un usage personnel, à cause de sa simplicité de mise en oeuvre. Je n’avais pas de temps à perdre pour faire ma propre page personnelle qui ne devait me servir que de bloc note à distance. Absolument séduit par cet outil, je l’ai installé pour plus d’une trentaine de sites, que ce soit des pages personnelles, ou, plus fréquemment, des sites pour des départements universitaires ou de associations. Il est tellement facile à prendre en main qu’il ne nécessite aucun apprentissage spécifique de la part des utilisateurs finaux.
http://patty.isti.cnr.it/~fagni – I use DokuWiki for my personal wiki site. It’s fantastic, very clean and customizable! Thanks a lot for this great system!
We, the Viennese people of AIESEC, one of the world’s biggest student associations, use DokuWiki for internal documentation. We are really happy how fast we could install the stuff and so far there isn’t a feature that we are missing.
The IT-company goldfisch.at uses DokuWiki for its homepage, including customers intranet sections, project documentations and reports.
I needed to replace my ugly hand-coded HTML with some style. DokuWiki is fast, highly customizable, and looks great. With a few quick code changes anyone can leave comments. I set my 404 page to point to the wiki, can’t say the number of times I wanted to ask “Where did this page go?”, now my visitors can! http://kidsquid.com/. Thanks to all have contributed to this great tool.
DokuWiki is the best wiki for documentation, hands-down. We are using it to provide our 1-million-plus users with a complete manual for their free hosted forum from ZetaBoards (formerly known as InvisionFree). It was easy to skin, has tons of features, and is very easy to use. It’s perfect!
We’re using the custom auth option to integrate the whole thing with our support forums, so people register once and have a global account that works everywhere. It was easy to integrate a couple plugins as we needed them, and even to hack the code ourselves. Everybody should have code as well documented as this!
Polish branch of French retailer (domestic appliances), 160 employees. We were looking for a simple wiki system for internal documentation and a direct communication between stores and the headquarter. After 3 months of exploitation we have already more than 160 pages and 1600 modifications.
Public Library in Goshen, NY. My first step with DokuWiki, once I figure it out, now that it’s running, is to set up a staff portion to the website, for things like policies and other commonly needed material. Instructions on our Event Calendar, Departmental communication, and so on.
I use DokuWiki as CMS for my homepage, and as my favorite place to store technical data about my servers.
Great work, thank you!
We use DokuWiki as collaborative documentation tool for Guadalinex Distribution development. Guadalinex is a very easy gnu/Linux distribution focused in normal-home-(no-tech)-users, sponsored by Andalusia (Spain) Local Government (Junta de Andalucía)
UnisSon est un Wiki permettant aux utilisateurs de créer et de réaliser des projets de concerts, festivals, et autres évènements faisant intervenir des groupes, des musiciens et des artistes de la scène française de la libre diffusion.
Le principe d’UnisSon est du reste assez facilement compréhensible: le réseau des salles de concert est relativement totalement verrouillé (!). La plupart des groupes en libre diffusion galèrent comme des ânes pour arriver à faire, bon an mal an, une poignée de concerts “valables”. Malheureusement, ils ne sont pas seuls dans ce cas: de nombreux (d’innombrables!) groupes, SACEM ou non, sont confrontés aux mêmes difficultés.
Nous pensons sincèrement que nous avons, en commun, les capacités, la motivation et les compétences requises pour étendre le modèle de la libre diffusion en ligne au spectacle vivant de qualité, pratiquement de service public après les déboires DADVSI et compagnie!
DFSS est un CMS pour équipe de joueurs de jeux en réseau type Counter Strike et toute sa doc repose sur DokuWiki ;)
DFSS is a CMS for Network Team of FPS like Counter Strike and its doc is made with DokuWiki
We currently use DokuWiki as an internal documentation system for discussing the features to include in various builds in our software for massage therapists.
We are also currently in the process of populating a second install for use as our customer FAQs. http://support.massagebuilder.com/FAQs
DokuWiki is very great! I use it with the punbb bridge for my community http://www.roseon-fr.com
For my DokuWiki, i use a lot of plugins and a little modification of artic template.
thx for all ;)
http://www.ucsc.edu - DokuWiki is used by several units on campus for documentation needs as dictated by a slowly centralizing IT organization. A fantastic tool for knowledge storage and collaboration.
In Tiscali Telekomunikace CR (czech) we are using this great tool for internal knowledge base of our Server team and team of Network Operation Centre. Many thanks to Andreas Gohr.
Turkey’s Foundation for the Training and Protection of Mentally Handicapped Children (ZICEV, acronym in Turkish) is using DokuWiki as the main engine behind its web site: http://www.zicev.org.tr. We have created a special template for the site and added a number of features such as automatic template switching for two different languages, a news management system, a web form for sending email using the browser and many more small tweaks to increase the security of the site. Feel free to go visit and send us comments. I should not that the English content is not yet full in place, but we are working on it.
The best aspect of this deployment is that Foundation member who are not very knowledgeable about computers have been able to edit and revise content, which made it possible to get very useful content into the site very quickly. Also, the Access Control features are absolutely amazing. We can give our volunteers restricted access to specific pages for content revisions, translations and more.
Unfortunately, most of the modifications are quite site-specific, so it’s a bit difficult to find things to commit back to the project. We are trying our best to find components that can be contributed back though.
I am using DokuWiki as a content management system (CMS) for my site. I am also using the sidebar extension available from here. There have been a number of changes for security purposes (beyond simple configuration - code changes) including removal of inappropriate buttons, etc. I have also been able to integrate it with a MySQL database I use for review (movie/book/restaurant) display and manipulation. I have also tied in the administrative components for MySQL into the “Admin” feature (not visible to web site users).
Great product! Come have a look at my site http://www.stevedrice.net
We’re a humor magazine based at the University of California Berkeley. We’ve just started using DokuWiki as an online history and guide to the magazine for readers and future editors at http://www.squelched.com/wiki. Online copies of our magazine can be read at http://www.squelched.com. Thanks for the awesome free software! nowled
OpenIllusionist is an open-source library for the rapid development of video augmented environments. It incorporates video capture, image processing, automatic calibration, agent-based infrastructure, threading and inter-agent messaging. We’ve switched the website over to a modified DokuWiki that integrates with our layout and can therefore use it to easily modify any of the main pages as well as use it for OpenIllusionist documentation. Also added a feature that automatically generates the documentation and downloads section of the hover menu (sidebar) from the corresponding Wiki contents pages.
Eu utilizo o DokuWiki para gerenciar minha base de conhecimentos em meu computador pessoal. É uma ferramenta fantástica e possibilita que eu faça relacionamentos entre os meus conhecimentos de forma inusitada e automática. Estou conseguindo aos poucos customizar o programa mesmo sem ser expert em computadores. Genial.
We used DokuWiki as a collaborative scratch pad for our graduation project it was smooth and handy:-)
This wiki was created as a place for the members of the German newsgroup de.rec.fahrrad - but anyone is welcome to contribute. Based on DokuWiki with a number of modifications and the “gallery”-plugin (see http://de-rec-fahrrad.de/alltagsrad/arnowelzel1/start for examples).
Wiki where you can find information about music bands, shows, people, culture and everything related to underground scene in toledo (spain).
Wiki donde puedes encontrar información sobre grupos de música, conciertos, gente, cultura y todo lo que tenga que ver con la escena underground en toledo (españa).
Knowledge Engineering Group, Computer Science Laboratory, Institute of Automatics, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Automatics, Computer Science and Electronics, AGH-UST Research Projects. DokuWiki holds documentation for several research projects carried out in the department — it works great!
I’m a consultant / contractor in Paris, in database and free software. I built my site in DokuWiki, the best and more flexible wiki engine I’ve seen yet. Wonderful to put code snippets. Thanks for the great job !
Hitflip is a social media trading network. Our members trade DVDs, CDs, Books, Games etc. We use DokuWiki as a knowledge base for our support operators, to document IT features for marketing, for storing pizza delivery menus and and. We couldn’t work without it anymore!
http://wiki.taijiquan.info is a Spanish site about the Chinese internal martial arts.
We’re using DokuWiki to run the website for St John’s in Perth, Scotland. Amongst other things, the ACLs and namespaces allow a separation between official clergy-”approved” material whilst providing a separate area for members of the congregation to say whatever they want too.
We use DokuWiki all over the place, for documentation, information management, flexible yet nice-looking websites and so on. Great work guys, keep it up!
Yep - we use it to organize ourselves. The wiki is placed in our Intranet - or better: it is the Intranet! For documentation of workflows and to organize standard-documents. Everyone has access to read an to change them.
Used to replace zwiki, http://wiki.metalforge.net.
We are a large District Attorney’s office on the Gulf Coast of the United States. We installed DokuWiki as an intranet and hope to use it to consolidate all of our information. With most of our city still in chaos after Hurricane Katrina, we hope that DokuWiki will help us to consolidate a great deal of rapidly changing information into one place.
I’m using DokuWiki for my personal website (in French). I’m a very happy DokuWiki user. Thanks a lot
J’utilise DokuWiki pour mon site personnel (en français). J’en suis très content. Merci beaucoup
I use DokuWiki to manage good fly-in destinations in and around Switzerland. Private pilots can share experiences about good airfields with friendly personnel, comfortable hotels, great restaurants and other things that make a destination worth a visit.
DokuWiki is easy to set up and easy to use. Everything needed its there, nothing more. Great job!
[en] DokuWiki is real good open source tool that helps the enterprise to keep up the files and documentation organized easily. Great job. Congratulations!
[pt-br] DokuWiki é realmente uma boa ferramenta código aberto que ajuda a organização a manter seus arquivos e documentação organizados de maneira fácil, Ótimo trabalho. Meus parabéns!
Rafael Lopes IT Manager http://www.rjnet.com.br
I’m using DokuWiki as the blog/cms for my technical website. I like the ACL features, this lets me collaborate with other users in a controlled way. I am using a modified version of the Artic theme that works on IE (IE 6.0 seems to have some problems with inheriting properties). I’ve also made some mods for SEO purposes. My previous experience is with PmWiki (I’ve looked at a lot of other CMS too) and Joomla. PmWiki uses flat files for the content, templates are much easier to write but integration with existing CMS/Blogs is harder. Caching is also a weak point of PmWiki. Joomla is a bit of a nightmare for a technical documentation site with lots of interlinking, it may be good elsewhere.
I’m using DokuWiki for my wiki personal site. Very good tool for wiki !
I’m using DokuWiki for my personal wiki, for keeping notes and documentation that’s useful to me (and hopefully to others as well).
We’ve just set up our website using this excellent tool, and look forward to lot of fun collaboratively maintaining it.
See this for some techy details on what we’ve done.
We have selected DokuWiki for internal documentation and coordination in ScrollBar ran by the Party Committee of the IT University of Copenhagen and are very happy with it so far, particularly its namespaces/ACL capabilities.
I use DokuWiki for my personal page as it’s SO easy to edit and maintain. I also work for a local government agency and we use it internally to maintain documentation. It is outstanding and the fact that all the pages are plain text that can easily be edited in Vim or any (lesser) editor is wonderful. Unfortunately, we have no method at work to donate to FS projects so I can only give my limited (public servant) personal funds. Which I will gladly do for each and every upgrade.
On www.unixwitch.de DokuWiki is used as a CMS and private knowledge base. I really like the namespace-hierarchy, the ACLs, the media-manager, the good to maintain code and that I can edit the contend with vim if I want. I’ve got a very small summary of wikis I used (including of course DokuWiki) and hosted a BOF about wikis on the SANE 2006.
We are quite happy users of DokuWiki. Especially appreciated is its access control list capability: we use it as a group coordination tool, and we like its extreme flexibility. A recent improvement was the installation of the gcalendar plugin - way cool!
I’m using this as a knowledge base for things I had to figure out the hard way.
DokuWiki is the first wiki software I use - only tried one other product in my search before choosing it. After some initial problems in the setup I was amazed with the ease of adding content and updating the pages. Though, inherently, the wiki concept has its limitations, certainly for some projects its just real neat. Like it!
Ich verwende DokuWiki zum Aufbau einer halb-privaten Seite auf der ich Gedanken zu Rechtsproblemen der Netzwirtschaften sammle: http://www.netzwirtschaften.de/
When I was looking for a wiki engine to set up a personal information management system on my local computer there was something in DokuWiki’s interface and look and feel which made the mark against other systems. And of course the fact that there’s no need for a database is a great surplus. Since Esther Brunner has developed the blog and tag plugins, i could think of no better software for my personal needs. I recently also started to use DokuWiki as an internal workspace with university students, who in the vast majority had no experience with a wiki or any other CMS before. Seems that some of them are beginning to like it.
Sloterdijk Dental Clinic-Amsterdam, uses DokuWiki on it’s intranet to facilitate all sorts of processes ranging from inventory to protocols.
http://www.mandrivausers.ro uses DokuWiki for keeping online documentation about the Mandriva GNU/Linux OS. Thank you for this great piece of software.
I am in the process of helping one of the professors at GMU (George Mason University) integrate DokuWiki into CS 306 - Ethics and Law for the Computing Professional. This course requires a ton of group projects as students must design a legal case with all the research, witness statements, etc and then argue a case as a mock lawyer. I just completed this course and set up a DokuWiki for my group and we found it to be invaluable tool which gave us an edge over the other groups. I am now working with the professor to set up an installation of DokuWiki on a GMU server to allow the groups to have their own private sections of the wiki protected via ACL. Hopefully, this will drastically change the group dynamics of this course. If you are looking to integrate DokuWiki into your classroom and want a couple of pointers, I can be reached at: pnaudus [at] gmu [dot] edu
http://easyarch.pl - polish page about architecture.
Based on DokuWiki.
Arvex.de is a German page about EAC (ExactAudio Copy). Its a guide about how to configure the programm EAC.
DokuWiki was perfect for realising this… :)
Musicworks is an experimental music and sound art magazine based in Toronto, Canada. We’ve been around for almost thirty years, and are one of the few magazines who cover this kind of content (others are Signal to Noise and the Wire). We’ve been using DokuWiki for internal issue planning, a procedures manual, and a semi-public page for writers, advertisers, and others directly involved with the magazine. — David McCallum 2007-01-02 21:24
The Blackfin Linux port uses DokuWiki for all of its documentation needs.
We are currently using DokuWiki for our internal documentation and development work. Once we have the product in the wild, DokuWiki will form the basis of the support pages used by the users.
We are currently using DokuWiki for our internal documentation. We tried several other methods, both paid and free and found DokuWiki to best meet our needs.
I use DokuWiki for private collaboration with friends. It’s great software!
As my hosting cooperative is having technical problems these days, I’m borrowing some temporary space here: glossaire galactique temporaire Andi, if you don’t mind!
Personal wiki, photo gallery etc…
Wiki Used by students of e-Commerce on the University of Gdansk to swap notes, experiences and such.
Wiki Used to provide documentation of Valentina database product line by Paradigma Software, Inc.
http://www.rioki.org I use DokuWiki for a number of sites as a CMS and it is the best web software I have ever seen. The best is you guys rock, fixed a bug I filed in 2 weeks…
Neoveská družina is a Role Playing Game party of a few people from South Moravia, Czech Republic. We use DokuWiki as a blog and for purposes connected to creation of our realm for our adventures and other RPG stuff.
okoze-esca.net ? DokuWiki ?????Blog ?????? WordPress ????????????????????????????
Urbibus.org héberge les encyclopédies libres des villes du monde.
Site : http://www.urbibus.org/
www.getmyopenid.com is a free OpenID provider based on Joomla framework
Site : http://www.getmyopenid.com/
A system to register students for academic courses. Created and run at MCS University, Lublin, Poland.
Symplus started Bio Wiki by using DokuWiki. This site is open to all scientists and researchers in the field of bioscience and biotechnology.
The PengYou project enhances the day-to-day management of your collaborative projects: * Collaborative work from multiple users on the same document. Versions from different users are secured on the PengYou server.
* Integrates within your usual office application (Microsoft Office and OpenOffice.org).
* An open source project: Evolution and development possibilities are unlimited.
http://dev.pengyou-project.info powered by DokuWiki host the documentation of the PengYou project.
mageis.de is just a personal website with some information about cars and electronics.
Auburn Water Polo is a website for the water polo team at Auburn University.
Blood and Shadow is a European World of Warcraft guild. Its website uses DokuWiki and contains public informative material and interactive pages for members.
foertsch dot com is a personal Website realized with DokuWiki (Lang. German).
Hlad is a students’ wiki cookbook (Lang. Czech).
goatpron.de uses DokuWiki to provide a nice environment for programming and scripting stuff.
Greater Talent Network is America’s leading exclusive speakers bureau and lecture agency, exclusively representing celebrity speakers including famous authors, journalists, politicians, entertainers and leading business executives. * Installation and configuration was a SNAP. (Using both Apache and Lighttpd) * DokuWiki is simple to manage and integrates nicely with Active Directory. * Some great plugins allow rich media embedded in pages. (A GREAT feature for us entertainment types!)
Greater Talent Network’s intranet is proudly powered by DokuWiki.
Songs in Esperanto.
Click here to visit the website
Many thanks to those who helped creating DokuWiki. I love the easy of use. Tnx::Rob van Eijk
Closed Wiki used for organizing and doing official English to German translations for official documents of Infinity - the Quest for Earth, a MMO in development, heavily driven by community contributions.
German page about growing cannabis, thank you for development this wiki…
Wiki about Wireless Networks and free Networks (WLAN, Wifi) in German Language using DokuWiki as Wiki-Engine. WLAN-Wiki
Cityclopdia is a free-content wiki about cities around the world. Here visitors can add information about there hometown (or any town) such as its history, current and previous mayors, sports teams, local television, dining places more.
Licq is a free client for ICQ and other instant messengers on Linux. Licq.de aims to provide a German infopage for the project.
Faluzure Wiki is a wiki page for my friends and me. We use it for RPG or other things.
Programación, por Tecniferio will be a wiki written in Spanish about markup languages, programming languages, servers, databases, and any other tools related to this topics. It won’t be publicly open by now, but I’ll decide on it in the future.
We at http://www.schmauser.com are using DokuWiki with monobook-template for intranet knowledge base, later on for quality-management and documentation. We picked DokuWiki because it is so easy to set up, config and administrate and can be accessed everywhere! Thank you! — Martin Feldmann 2007/05/31 15:00
Rangerwiki is a growing encyclopedia of the Power Rangers universe, featuring full episode transcripts with screencaps, in addition to varied articles and diverse information on the franchise. DokuWiki was chosen due to its ease of installation and wealth of extensions.
http://www.kling-dach.de is a metal roofing company who is using DokuWiki. We are a manufacturer for snow retention systems and sliding clips for metal roofs.
Another one homepage made with DokuWiki (completely in Russian). I’m just bored of all this stupid slow CMSs like Joomla and PHPNuke where more bugs than functions, so I choose DokuWiki for my site. It’s pretty lightweight and easy to install and use. Lots of plugins on homepage and it’s easy to create new.
On my site you can find some music tracks (composed by me), videos and stories (in Russian).
My Notepad is an online notepad for me to note down random thoughts, ideas or brain-storming on various topics while I am online.
We at CTI are using DokuWiki for internal documentation for a project that may involve overseas contractors. The project is primarily PHP, so I started with PHPDocumentor and created some DocBooks files, but DokuWiki blows that out of the water. I absolutely love it.
The fact that Doku is PHP, and uses a file system (instead of a DB) made it perfect for our hosted server. The editor’s interface made it great for our “not so technical” staff members. Although not limited to, we use it primarily in the IT dept. as a collection of “howtos” and manuals. We love the ease of use and the fact that we now have a central repository for all our documentation. And since the editor is so easy to use, our regular teaching staff has begun expanding it out to contain group bookmarks, teaching tips & tricks, etc.
Plenty of instances launched for various purposes:
I simply like it ;)
We have been using DokuWiki since January 2006 to organize our project. The wiki is not public, but there is a public web page at http://www.ana-project.org/
If we find time, we will also switch over the public web page to DokuWiki (currently running Joomla CMS).
Quintiq http://www.quintiq.com is a leading provider of advanced planning, scheduling and supply chain optimization software solutions. We’ve been using DokuWiki internally since September 1995, and have now ported part of the internal wiki to an external customer support portal that we intend to grow over the coming years. The wiki isn’t public, but you can get a brief impression http://support.quintiq.com.
This site holds information for a Dungeons and Dragons setting and its campaigns. Still being developed but I have found the DokuWiki to be easy to edit and the Monobook template very useful. Looking forward to seeing updates to DokuWiki.
Is there an URL where we can see the information? — Christophe Gragnic 2007-07-13 06:47
Wikiposon is a scientific Wiki dedicated to the Transposable Elements (main genomic components of eukaryotic genomes). Wikiposon is readable for everyone, but only registered users can add/modify information.
We use it to keep our system documentation - and will move our User docs, and other material on to it too.
My personal notes about TYPO3 CMS development… Coming soon - DokuWiki hosting on documentation.sk
We were looking for a tool to write a collaborative manual for our Sound Studios; DokuWiki is so good it’s rapidly turning into the place where we keep all our documentation for everything we do. Thank you for creating such a brilliant piece of software.
Team Beekeeping project use DokuWiki for documentation !
Save the Bee !
I am using DokuWiki for my personal web site: http://www.benedikt.kroll.de.gg
I am using DokuWiki for the documentation for a Perl Module to interface to the LoadLeveler batch scheduler software
I am using DokuWiki in my intranet for real serious purpose…
But i use it too just for FUN on my private page :!
TeqEdge is designed to answer the most frequently asked technology related questions. We do not require users to register, pay or donate to view the contents of this site. If you wish to ask questions or suggest new articles for this please register using TeqEdge Forums (running on PHPBB).
We’re using this wiki for our Perak FA Wiki (Malaysia) as a references for the soccer fans.
I’m using DokuWiki for several sites like elgitar.com - a gitarist resource site (Norwegian), jazzguitarpro.com - jazz guitarist resource site. I’ve opted for DokuWiki because of the ease of editing, adding and integrating content - compared to CMS applications like Joomla and so on. When Wikipedia is overkill, DokuWiki is the best of all of the PHP based open source wikis, and I’ve tested all of them. I also use DokuWiki offline on my local machine as a personal notebook / diary (easy with the apache2triad WAMP).
OhostWiki ist das user wiki für den kostenlosen webhoster Ohost.
http://dolphin.engr.sjsu.edu/wiki - Documents many of our system fixes, projects, and other info.
Rosetta Translation, who specialise in legal and financial translation across all major European and Asian languages, have recently installed DokuWiki as an internal knowledge base.
http://www.kgareth.com - recommended for a personal site/blog
http://slaad.net - personal site.
L’association Les chemins de Lokoti est une association loi 1901, partenaire de l’association camerounaise Lokoti, dont l’objectif est de participer à l’amélioration des soins de santé dans l’agglomération de Lokoti au Cameroun.
http://www.radick.de - use DokuWiki for my personal site about GPS, Hiking and Holiday on island´s
http://enterprise.orf.at - Great Tool for internal documentation!
We’re using DokuWiki for a flexible, user friendly and dynamic documentation of our tool.
The cool thing is the user interaction within static knowledge. This often helps to find solutions for problems never expected :).
To present the art works of the German artist Rabemann and his gallery like oil paintings, artist books, printings and his thoughts around his nice art we use DokuWiki as a very fine CMS system.
Encyclopedia Rhydinica - A wiki for a roleplay realm. I found this engine and have been extremely happy with its performance. Thanks so much for coming up with this great wiki-engine.
SFBAY WIKI - A community wiki for the San Francisco Bay Area. The goal is to ultimately be a great resource for community information
A community wiki for the documentation process for the Open Source Web CMS BIGACE. BIGACE is a PHP and MySQL based application and we searched a long time for a good wiki, that fits into this environment. Visit the BIGACE Website, its Forum or the Wiki Documentation. DokuWiki is the best Wiki engine available! Thanks for building, enhancing and supporting this great program.
aglug.net is the homepage of the Austrian GNU/Linux User Group situated in Vienna.
lila-center.info is the homepage of the community based icon theme “Lila”. More than icons are included. Want to help us complete the theme? Then register at http://lila-center.info and on sourceforge.net and contact me (see here).
glass-theme.net is the homepage of the community based icon theme “Glass”. More thann icons are included. Want to help us complete the theme? Then register at http://glass-theme.net and on sourceforge.net and contact me (see here).
One Shore is a software QA services company that builds, manages, and hosts open source applications for software development and testing organizations. DokuWiki is one of the supported applications and is the recommended wiki solution for our clients. We maintain a wiki of testing tools and techniques on our website at http://wiki.one-shore.com
One by One is an international organization that encourages dialog about the personal consequences of National Socialism and the Holocaust.
The website has lots of text but few graphics, making DokuWiki the CMS of choice. Write access is limited to a small group of editors. The site is designed to look as un-Wiki as possible.
The custom template Tabular is based on Esther Brunner’s template Minima. Unlike Minima it doesn’t rely on CSS for the main layout, but uses a plain ol’ table to improve compatibility with older browsers. (The target audience of this site is not very tech savvy, some still run IE 4 on Windows 98.)
The site makes extensive use of namespaces and the sidebar plugin (included in Minima). It also uses Cache and Revisions Eraser, Hidden Comment Plugin and Form Plugin. If you have any technical questions, please use our contact form and select the radio button “Webseite”.
We use DokuWiki internally to keep track of everything from contacts on campus to notes on computer configurations. We also are using a calendar plugin to keep track of sick and vacation leaves for people in the office. Using the command line interface, we also push out all our log files from our cron machines to the wiki.
Sieve.Info is a wiki site that attempts to gather documents, implementations, notes, ideas and any kind of information regarding Sieve. Sieve, RFC 5228, is a language for describing the filtering of e-mail messages.
CodeAlias.info is a place where, some friends and I, publish technical notes that we write from time to time to document something related to our work and research in the field of Information Technology (mainly Networking and Operating systems.), most articles are focused on Wireless networks, network security and network performance.
DokuWiki ist just the right system to store all those snippets that were lost in my thoughts or on my hard disk, it is a really easy to maintain platform to present lots of pictures - and working with the system at school gives pupils easy access to lesson content and an option to ask questions. All pages are in German, an I won’t change that in the near future. Thanks to all the developers!
Phönix-Wiki A German Wiki about consciousness and excellence.
http://www.hbarchivistes.qc.ca We use DokuWiki with the prosimii template by haran. HB archivistes, s.e.n.c. specializes in record management.
http://informatica.temuco.udelmar.cl/~lmachuca/DokuWiki-lucho/ —- My collegue has been so nice to allow us the (superb) CS students to set up our own server under collegue cyberspace. Initially starting as an information manager for my Operating Systems and Network courses and workshops, DokuWiki is now expanding to become my main Point of Presence in the web.
Being a Latin-American student, pages are mostly in Spanish, but I’m developing a DokuWiki section with plugins and patches that will, most probably, be entirely English. Translations to Esperanto are also underway.
Superlative thanks to DW staff. —- ‘‘ryan.chappelle’’ (2008-02-10)
http://grombleton.com/ uses DokuWiki for easy website maintenance. The Arctic template and a few good plugins - with a little bit of modification and tweaking - does the trick building the base for our collaborative creative projects and provides a place to put our stuff. -Ion (2008-02-18)
http://wiki.eol5.cn ?DUKUWIKI???. (2008-02-19)
Unfortunately this is an internal Wiki, so no external access is possible. It is used for internal process documentation and collaborative client liason management. Love it!
My personal wiki with my collection of Debian HOWTOs uses DokuWiki. It’s great. :)
I run my personal website about Linux and mobile Linux devices on DokuWiki, its really great, easy to use and customize! Feel free to visit me at http://seiichiro0185.ftpaccess.cc
Using DokuWiki for internal documentation (network, projects, plans, howtos and so on). Using it on a NSLU2 server with apache2. It’s doing a great job. It’s fast, easy to use and very powerful.
It is a small wiki about Delhi, India. Capturing all information about Delhi. Delhi Dekho Website
Information site for Japanese TOEIC examinee. ???????TOEIC
Spanish IT Consulting firm specialized in software solutions. We use DokuWiki to document our internal operating manual with basic procedures on how to do day to day work. We also use vtigerCRM and have a small Spanish wiki for this product on our site vtigerCRM Spanish wiki
INTERVENCIONES is a festival of art in public space located in Guia de Isora, Tenerife, Islas Canarias. The project page is made with DokuWiki. More information at http://www.intervenciones.org
Vielen, vielen, vielen Dank an die Entwickler von DokuWiki!
distrACT! is an open community in the sense that you are welcome to participate in whatever form or magnitude most suitable to you; it is reliant of your contribution.
Our goal is to encourage creativity on the Internet by providing Internet service pro bono. We believe that no one, especially the likes of poets, writers, musicians, and artists, should have to travail through the instability of poor quality service providers for a venue of expression.
Above all, we believe that the Internet will become a better place if we all offer what we can to help.
http://www.simpleinvoices.org :: Simple Invoices is an open source web based invoicing application. we recently switched our main website to use DokuWiki. Also our existing wiki http://www.simpleinvoices.org/wiki has been running DokuWiki for ages
Software and mind machine http://www.happy-electronics.eu/
We have been using DokuWiki @ndc|vbk ( http://www.ndcvbk.nl ) for our internal ICT documentation since 2006 (1200+ documents), recently everyone in our company (aprox 2000 employees) got read/write access. I also recently implemented a wysiwyg editor (http://wiki.flux-cms.org/display/FCKW/Home) which helped in the process of preparing the wiki for a larger audience.
thanks for a great product, hoberion
Guida erasmus a Madrid. Storie di vita erasmus, informazioni su Universita’, tutto quel che c’e’ da vedere a Madrid e dintorni con foto, mappe e racconti. Alla base c’e’ il progetto di concentrare l’esperienza erasmus collettiva per renderla fruibile da quanti vogliano visitare e vivere Madrid al meglio. http://guidamadrid.altervista.org
Also available in English: Welcome to the newly English version of guidaMadrid. This site is intended to be a primary resource for erasmus students all over Europe to exchange information, hints and tips about spending one or more study semesters in Madrid.
The idea is to build a collective experience of Madrid, not only from an academic point of view (what to study? where to go?), but also on the day-by-day experience (problems and solutions) and the ‘touristic’ view of Madrid and Spain in general.
The goal is to render a live picture of Madrid from your direct experience to share with those who will come next and will have the same questions you had. http://guidamadrid.altervista.org/en
Ferienwohnung-Mallorca.info ist ein Portal rund um Ferienwohnung auf der liebsten Urlaubsinsel der Deutschen: Mallorca. Da die Seite zum gröten Teil aus informativen Texten zum Thema bestehen soll, war ein Wiki-System ein logscher Schritt - und DokuWiki wegen seiner Einfachheit und dem Verzicht auf Datenbanken einfach ideal.# ä
We are claim adjusters and use DokuWiki for our staff both internal as external that needs information about procedures and policies that was formerly in a booklet with single pages. It works perfect!
It’s people; it’s you, and everyone around you. Weedee is a global directory showcasing the world. It is a movement, a channel, a means of recognizing people.
DokuWiki was perfect to complement our concept. It works beautifully with the rest of the website.
I’ve been running a website for a number of years… and the HTML maintenance was getting tiresome. Instead, DokuWiki has been just great. The site was originally on a Pentium II/Windows XP platform and is now on a Pentium III/Ubuntu Linux platform in the basement server farm. The original objective was to host the extensive (family) photo collection, and who knows, the server may become a demonstration photography site.
www.vmb-music.de is a small homepage for a musician + DJ (trance / electro / progessiv / techno / pytrance).
In the first half of 2007 we ran a campaign to save Milton Country Park. As part of the campaign we had a public web site http://www.SaveMiltonCountryPark.com but for the campaign organizers we also had a private Wiki, created using DokuWiki, on which we recorded everything to do with the campaign: draft press releases (which we revised and reviewed via the Wiki), media contacts, campaign ideas, viral marketing leads, in fact everything to do with the campaign. The public web site included an online petition and using the <PHP>...</PHP> tag we were able to include figures for total sign ups as a page on the Wiki.
The cam.* Usenet newsgroups are for people living in or interested in the city of Cambridge, England. Some years ago we moved the FAQ from single HTML page to a Wiki based in PhpWiki however it had become increasingly fragile so in August 2008 we migrated the FAQ to a new Wiki at http://cam.misc.org.uk using DokuWiki.
A local community in Potsdam-Mittelmark is starting the virtual network Planebruch.de. The people who brought you this are happy DokuWiki users already, as one can see at http://jesters-licence.de and http://koska.info.
Aimed for the Space Shuttle Mission community - this Independent Project has chosen DokuWiki for it’s ease of use and simple configuration.
The wide array of plugins and themes with the simple administrative tools bundled with the Wiki gives the community a stable base to build on.
Thank you DokuWiki team
My projects, “home patents”, electronics, moped, palmtops, diy, ideas etc - now I can work on it together with my friends from every place in Poland. And, in future after installing translation plugin, all over the world.
Great, robust wiki. Thanks, DokuWiki Team. Igor
We use dokuwiki internally for all of our documentation purposes, anything from code documentation to troubleshooting guides to hashing out corporate policies.
We are providing domain and hosting services to our clients in Hungary, we are using dokuwiki for both communicate with our clients and in our internal documentation processes as well.
DokuWiki site in educational use at the University of Split.
DokuWiki is being used for the encyclopedia-like section of the Ottomanist.info scientific project. Just perfect as a referece library.
Bitmap World is a webcomic that parodies many genres and pop culture in general. It is very geek-oriented, focusing on a lot of computer-related puns and jokes. It also has the distinction of being created primarily using smileys which you can find on internet chat rooms and forums.
We have used Dokuwiki for our strip's wiki/story database which includes information on the characters, strips, cultural references, and other information. The ease of use allowed us to to build the wiki rather quickly, even though we had dozens and dozens of pieces of information to initially put into the system.
The design of the Wiki utilizes a pre-existing theme that was modified to fit in with the “retro-computer” theme of the strip. The site makes extensive use of plugins, including the BBCode plugin which allows ease of use for some of our more less tech-savvy readers, as well as the Discussion plug-in which allows our readers to give us feed back on the information, as well as letting those who are not comfortable updating the wiki still leave comments and information.
We are extremely pleased with the functionality and user-friendliness of the system. We looked at dozens of wiki programs and tried using several different systems on the site with little success. We were about ready to give up on the idea of a wiki all-together when we stumbled upon Dokuwiki. I'm so glad we gave it one last shot. We are so pleased with it, we are looking to utilize it as the backbone (CMS) of another site we run which we are currently overhauling and redesigning.
Our company uses DokuWiki as CMS since 2009/01. To modify it accordingly some plugins had to be developed - some of them offered for free.
We use DokuWiki for our university project and we are very happy with it. When looking for a good lightweight wiki, DokuWiki is THE wiki to use.
Soluciones Tecno-Profesionales, S.L. is a spanish IT company which uses dokuwiki to improve knowledge sharing among their employees.
Lederpedia contribution & idea of Ledertechnologie
DokuWiki seems to be the best and easiest machine for spreading of knowledge informations to a community!
Free encyclopedia about leather, leather terms, leather technology, leather care, leather cleaning, leather processing and leather manufacturing in German language.
DokuWiki ist eine ausgezeichnete Maschine zur Verteilung von Wissen und Informationen an eine Community!
Eine freie Enzyklopädie und Informationsseite über Leder, Ledertechnik, Lederbegriffe, Lederpflege, Lederreinigung, Lederverarbeitung, Lederherstellung und Ledertechnologie.
I use DokuWiki as a personel home page, In fact many users do not know that DokuWiki can be easily used as a personel home page wiki, use a good template and you get a full featured, easy to use wiki. Please try it and post a link here, people should know about dokuwiki great capabilities. My web site : here
Is a spanish project to develop free software video games.
OpenSIM.de ist eine große, deutschsprachige Wissensdatenbank (Wiki) und offene Netzwerkplattform für die Open Source Software OpenSimulator die auf der von Linden Lab entwickelten Second Life Technologie mit der Programmbibliothek libsecondlife basiert und es ermöglicht unbegrenzt eigene, virtuelle 3D-Welten zu erstellen, Avatare beliebig zu verändern, Länder zu formen und Scripte, Texturen, Sounds und Animationen hochzuladen, zu gestalten und zu testen, sowie sich mit anderen OpenSIM-Servern zu verbinden um gemeinsam eine riesige virtuelle 3D-Landschaft zu gestalten. OpenSim ist möglicherweise die grundlegende technologische Basis für die Entwicklung eines erweiterten, zukünftigen 3D-Internet, einem virtuellen Raum im Metaversum.
German Language DokuWiki about Open Source Software “OpenSimulator”, which you can operate your own Second-Life-alike 3D-Simulator for free.