PmWiki for PHP is a wiki-based system for collaborative creation and maintenance of websites. PmWiki pages look and act like normal web pages, except they have an "Edit" link that makes it easy to modify existing pages. Code: PHP 4.0
|Powerful, extensible |
Written by tony baldwin from Connecticut (Wednesday, May 09, 2012)
Writer is with: http://tonybaldwin.me
||Strengths: powerful, extensible, well documented
Weaknesses: no comment
Details: I used a PmWiki for my software wiki for a number of years. It has a lot of extensions, great documentation at pmwiki.org, is a powerful wiki engine, and, imho, a lot easier to admin than MediaWiki. PmWiki is really great stuff. At this juncture, however, I've migrated all my wiki-ness to dokuwiki (which I note is not yet listed on this site). Honestly, I can't think of any weaknesses in it, but have grown to enjoy the simplicity of dokuwiki. Of all wiki engines (I've used mediawiki, pmwiki, dokuwiki, moinmoin, ikiwiki, tiddly wiki, wikia, probably others), my top two faves are doku and Pm.
Review Based On: 36 Month(s) of usage