MikkelFJ wrote:
> "Ted" <ted / datacomm.com> wrote in message
> news:KMS-257033845-5332 / volvo.datacomm.com...
> > I'm planning to set up a wiki for non-technical users.  Is
> there one that
> is of good report and comes well-recommended?
> >
>
> The MiniWiki originally written in 5 hours runs completely in Ruby.
> It has its own webserver but should be able to server a moderate number of
> users on an intranet with a moderate storage size (it is file based).
>
> It is one of the best Wiki's around because the search facility
> is much more
> advanced than anything else you'll find. It may be a bit immature at this
> point.
>
> http://www.xpsd.com/MiniRubyWiki
>
>
> Otherwise there is AspWiki
>
> http://www6.brinkster.com/dpchiesa/wiki.asp
>
> It's very basic and requires Windows. It's a single ASP file and
> just needs
> to run in a directory with file create permissions so it can create an
> Access database.
> It is one of very few Wiki's that can search on multiple
> keywords. MiniWiki
> and CLike (Lisp based) being the others I know of.

Do these two wikis do versioning of pages? This is essential if you need to
recover a (purposefully or accidentally) defaced page.

Curt