ikiwiki converts a directory full of wiki pages into HTML pages suitable for publishing on a Web site. Unlike many wikis, ikiwiki does not have its own ad-hoc means of storing page history, and instead uses a revision control system such as Subversion. ikiwiki implements all of the other standard features of a wiki, including Web-based page editing, user registration and logins, a RecentChanges page, BackLinks, search, Discussion pages, tags, smart merging and conflict resolution, page locking, and commit email messages. It also supports generating RSS feeds and blogging, and a plugin system allows many other features to be added.
WikyBlog is a groupware application that fuses the collaborative editing features of wikis with the user friendly publishing characteristics of blogs. Designed for speed and ease of use, WikyBlog has a unique AJAX enhanced tabbed interface that enables users to view and edit multiple files within the same page. Custom templates, file attachments, a flexible user privilege system, and Google Maps number among its many features.
twiki-mediawiki-migration is a simple Web-based script to aid migration from twiki to mediawiki markup. When provided with the URI of a twiki page, it will screen-scrape for the twiki source and then will apply a few simple regular expressions to change it into moderately tolerable mediawiki markup, which can then be cut and pasted into mediawiki.
BoreWiki provides a Web form interface to edit reStructuredText formatted text and creates static (X)HTML pages out of it. It provides password-based user authentication, and has directory-based access control for these users. All edited and saved pages are stored in RCS files if there is need to access old content.