** About

Pimki is my modified Instiki[1], aimed at being a Personal Information
Manager. Current version is based in Instiki°«s latest CVS (0.9.2).

There are some features added to Instiki, features that only make sense
when you view it as a personal application and not as a group oriented
application. Some Instiki features were suppressed. See below for a
full list.

Please feel free to try it to organize your thoughts, email me if you
have any problems (assaph at gmail). Get it at:

http://pimki.rubyforge.org/


** Installation

Download it from the RubyForge project page or go the gem way and
simply run:
gem install pimki

To enable the Mind Map feature, GraphViz[2] must be installed and the
bin directory on the system path.

Run it with the command 'pimki' or install it as a service (see home
page for details).
Features


** Features

Besides all the regular Instiki features, Pimki adds:

* Mind Map: a graph of wiki connections (made with GraphViz).
All graphs can be laid-out with the 4 GraphViz engines. Graph
contents can be arranged as:
o Page Ę™ linked pages
o Authors Ę™ pages
o Categories Ę™ pages
Requires that GraphViz be installed and on the PATH to be
enabled.
* Bliki: a blog integrated with the wiki. Blog entries are simply
wiki-pages in a special space. Can link from an entry to wiki
pages.
* Todo Items & List:
o °∆todo:°« items are highlighted on each page.
o Added a capacity to pull and list todo items from all
pages.
o On main list, items are highlighted according to date
(if there is one).
* Added capacity to (persistently :) Delete/Rename pages through
the °∆All Pages°« list.
* Added Left-Side Menu. Content options are:
o Only pages that reference other pages (default)
o All pages: by name
o All pages: recently revised
o All pages: recently visited
o All pages: most often visited
o User definable wiki-text
* Expanded Search:
o Search also tries to match the page names (not just
contents).
o Now showing part of sentence around match in search-results
page.
* Changed the nav-bar: added links to the Mind Map, Bliki and ToDo.
Moved less relevant links to the bottom of Home Page: RSS,
authors
and export.

Hope people find it useful.

Cheers,
Assaph

[1] www.instiki.org
[2] www.research.att.com/sw/tools/graphviz