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    • WiKi Sopan Shewale, Persistent Systems Ltd.
    • What is Wiki?
      • Web Site that allows visitors
        • to easily add
        • Remove
        • edit and change some available content
      • WikiWikiWeb == Writable Web
        • As quick to contribute as e-mail
        • Easy to use (Generally Browser used)
      • Ward Cunningham implemented the this concept first in 1995
    • Examples of Wiki Tools
    • Examples of Wiki Tools
    • Which one should be used?
      • Open Source Tool Vs Commercial
      • Is developer community active?
      • Tools/Plugins to Extend the Functionality?
      • Easiness to Manage the content
    • Which one is my Favorite?
      • For What?
      • Knowledge Management in Enterprise Environment
      • A few Projects use it for Project management
      • Wiki Site for Business Development Dept – sharing/managing customer related documents/presentations
      • Why Twiki?
      • Open Source (apache+perl-cgi)
      • Active Developer community
      • Large Number of Plugins
      • Matured Plugin API - Easy to extend Functionality
    • PBWiki – Give a try
      • If you don’t want to install any tool/wiki web site on your own-you can give a try to pbwiki.
        • You get some space on public internet, invite friends/collegues to collaborate to site.
      • May be you can start with http://pbwiki.com/
        • Take a tour at http://pbwiki.com/tour/1.html
        • Visit http://forums.pbwiki.com/ if you have any issues
      • I use pbwiki for my Personal Purpose – visit http://sopanshewale.pbwiki.com
    • TWiki-Enterprise Collaboration Platform
        • Easy to Install (My personal views )
          • Linux (any flavor –e.g. Fedora)
          • Apache 1.3 or 2.x Web Server
          • Perl 5.8.x (choose any recent stable version) and modules like CGI::Session are required
        • Overall process is (Read the process at - http://twiki.org/cgi-bin/view/TWiki04/TWikiInstallationGuide )
          • Download TWiki from http://twiki.org/cgi-bin/view/Codev/DownloadTWiki
          • Let us assume you have installed apache web serrver in /usr/local/apache
          • Make directory for installation for installation-let us say it is /usr/local/apache/htdocs/twiki
            • Unzip/unpack twiki in /usr/local/apache/htdocs/twiki
          • Configure web server so that you can execute scripts as cgi scripts from /usr/local/apache/htdocs/twiki/bin directory
          • If your web site is http://yourdomain.com then http://yourdomain.com/twiki/bin/configure can help you to configure your twiki site.
    • TWiki-Enterprise Collaboration Platform
        • Check the commercial version at http:// twiki.net
          • They provide the Software Appliance Based Solution
    • Reference
      • Peter Theony Presentation- http://twiki.org/cgi-bin/view/Codev/TWikiPresentation2006x04x05
      • Compare various wiki tools at http://www.wikimatrix.org/