The biggest feature that is not often included but is so useful is file 
attachments.  This way people can upload images and include them in 
their wiki pages and can also collaborate with one another a lot easier. 
  I'm not interested in everything but the kitchen sink, but file 
attachments are pretty important, IMO.

ahoward wrote:
 > any votes/reccomendations for best ruby wiki?  i'm leaning towards 
simplicity
 > over features.
 >
 > -a
 >   ====================================
 >   | Ara Howard
 >   | NOAA Forecast Systems Laboratory
 >   | Information and Technology Services
 >   | Data Systems Group
 >   | R/FST 325 Broadway
 >   | Boulder, CO 80305-3328
 >   | Email: ara.t.howard / noaa.gov
 >   | Phone:  303-497-7238
 >   | Fax:    303-497-7259
 >   | ~ > ruby -e 'p(%.\x2d\x29..intern)'
 >   ====================================