Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware is a full-featured, Web-based, multilingual, tightly integrated, all-in-one wiki, CMS, and groupware. Tiki can be used to create all kinds of Web applications, sites, portals, knowledge bases, intranets, and extranets. Tiki offers a very large number of features "out-of-the-box". It is highly configurable and modular. All features are optional and administered via a Web-based interface. Major features include a robust wiki engine, news articles, discussion forums, newsletters, blogs, file and image galleries, bug and issue trackers, a link directory, polls/surveys and quizzes, FAQs, a banner management system, calendar, maps, mobile access, RSS feeds, a category system, tags, an advanced themeing engine (Smarty), spreadsheet, live support, shoutbox, inter-user messaging, menu generator, advanced permission system for users and groups, internal search engine, external authentication support, and more. It was formerly named TikiWiki.
Plone is a content management system that is simple to set up, maintain, and modify. It is designed to be a corporate-ready content management system. It is ideal as an intranet and extranet server, as a document/Web publishing system, and as a groupware tool for collaboration between separately located entities. It aims to be a proper content management and publishing system, sharing the same qualities as Teamsite, Livelink, and Documentum.
Txt2tags converts a text file with minimal markup to HTML, XHTML, SGML, DocBook, LaTeX, Lout, Man page, Creole, Wikipedia, Google Code Wiki, PmWiki, DokuWiki, MoinMoin, MagicPoint, PageMaker, AsciiDoc, or ASCII Art. It is simple and fast and features automatic TOC, macros, filters, include, tools, GUI, CLI, and Web interfaces, translations, and extensive documentation.
make_faq is an HTML generator that builds chunks/chapters/questions-and-answers or whatever, and builds indexes to hold it all together. It's a fairly general purpose tool for creating a set of indexed pages, but it's common usage is to build FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) HTML from text documents. See the examples for a better understanding.
Site Index is a simple script which generates HTML pages showing a site index for all of your local domains. It uses the natural hierarchy of your filesystem, so if you've organized your pages well, the job is fully automated. It breaks the index into multiple pages to respect a links-per-page limit, and can do some sorting/management of the results according to domain/page "importance".
XMLPublication is a set of tools to generate Web pages from (possibly large) desktop documents or other structured documents, such as books with paragraphs, or tabular data. It cuts documents into Web pages, and creates customizable multi-indices. All this is done through a repeatable process in which data is separated from presentation and user settings. It uses XML techniques, particularly XSLT and Ant.
@1 Document Publisher helps you maintain your online documents, such as installation guides, handbooks, FAQs, manuals and so on, all in an organized manner, with automatic index numberings. Features include add mode, delete mode, edit mode, image upload, individual page or grouped pages sorting and renumbering. No SSI or frame involved. Documents are generated in the template you defined. 3 switchable admin interface skins are available. It is extremely easy to setup, and it runs lightning-fast as there is only a single 26Kb-script involved.
@1 Web Publisher is a password-protected content management system (CMS) that allows a non- techie Web operator to edit the text and image contents of their Website through a browser. It features a user-friendly admin interface, and no HTML knowledge is required. This script supports master and slave login modes, and offers 4 types of tag pairs. Unlimited editable pages and sections are supported. You get 3 choices of switchable skins. It is extremely easy to setup, and it runs lightning- fast, as there is only a single 15Kb-script involved.