For release 24 Feb 2005:
The coWiki development team is pleased to announce the immediate
release of coWiki 0.3.4. coWiki may be downloaded from
What is a wiki?
“A Wiki or wiki (pronounced "wicky"
or "weekee") is a website (or other hypertext document collection) that
allows a user to add content, as on an Internet forum, but also allows
that content to be edited by any other user. The term can also refer to
the collaborative software used to create such a website (see Wiki
coWiki is all of this and more. coWiki focuses on
- Simplicity-- Simple text formatting. Easy
to learn, easy to use. Automatic menus provide direct user access to
- Appearance-- Very clean presentation.
Excellent printed output.
- Collaboration-- Multiple kinds of users can
share information at a single site; multiple webs can be used to
organize different user groups or information types.
- Security-- Based on Unix security model.
Users cannot see what they don't have rights to access.
- Highly customizable-- Appearance is
customized via switchable templates.
- Linux or Win32
- MySQL database
- HTTP server (Apache recommended)
- PHP 5.0.3 or better
Announcements should appear "soon" on Tigris.org and freshmeat.net.