On 10/22/06, James Britt
> Is there a particular need to have it written in Ruby?

No, it's just my personal preference.

> I was looking about for a robust Wiki some months ago, and would have
> prefered to use a Ruby app for ease of hacking, but the Wiki features
> were more important.
>
> I ended up with Dokuwiki, a PHP app.  It's quite good.  I believe it
> supports Hebrew.
>
> http://wiki.splitbrain.org/wiki:lang:he
> http://hebdokuwiki.berlios.de/dokuwiki-2006-03-09e/doku.php
>

Thanks, I'll check it out.

> You might want to look at
>
>    http://www.lifeclever.com/2006/10/19/want-your-own-wiki/
>
> which links to
>
>    http://www.wikimatrix.org/
>
> There's a 'Wiki Choice Wizard' that could be very helpful.  (Though they
> seem to think Ruby and Rails are two different languages.)
>

Excellent website!  You just saved me hours of searching.

I went through the wizard and apparently a Ruby Wiki called Instiki -
http://instiki.rubyforge.org/ - is claimed to fit my requirements. Any
special reason you didn't use it?  Is it not robust, or complex, or
not easily extendable?

-Alder