[source : liste de diffusion TEI-L, mardi 5 avril 2005 14:49]
A couple of weeks ago I posted a query about which Wiki software programs people are using for project documentation. I received several offline responses and have had a chance to look at the programs mentioned as well as several others. People pointed me to :
In addition I looked at :
One resource I found very helpful was
opensourceCMS.com : http://www.opensourcecms.com/
which is a website that describes and reviews a variety of content management system programs, including wikis, and maintains installed "sandbox" versions of each programs that are open to public testing, so you can try out a program without having to install it locally.
I discovered, not surprisingly, that there is no one "best" wiki program, but instead quite a few good programs each of which has different strengths. For the purpose of in-house documentation of project management, editorial usages, and software development, I’ve decided to go with DokuWiki. Here are some of its strengths in that role :
Data is kept in flat files rather than database (more portable and backup can be part of system backup ; search speed not a real issue for modest-sized data)
Rich formatting syntax combined with GUI editor for ease of use
Automatic generation of page tables of contents based on heading levels
Easy demarcation and display of non-parsed code snippets
Included print CSS stylesheet provides well-formatted documentation printout or potential conversion to PDF
Like most of the powerful wiki packages, it has revision control allowing rollback to any previous version, but unlike some others (notably WikkiTikkiTavi) you can’t easily do a "diff" on any two arbitrary revisions. It also doesn’t have attached per-page comments as MediaWikki has ; comments have to appear as part of a document, specially formatted. (For software development/documentation this probably makes sense. It’s a disadvantage if you want to enable metadiscussion of a document, as in the Wikipedia encyclopedia entries.)
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Pour personnaliser les menus de navigation dans MediaWiki.
1/ Créer un message dans
adresseDeMonWiki/index.php/MediaWiki:monMenu et composer le menu voulu dans le corps du message (syntaxe wiki habituelle pour les liens externes ou internes)
2/ Dans skins/ , modifier MonoBook.php : commenter le bloc
<ul> qui suit le titre
<h5>Navigation</h5> (dans une div pBody vers la ligne 118 ) et mettre à la place :
<?php $this->msgWiki( 'monMenu' ) ?>
Et pour changer le logo : remplacer l’image wiki.png dans skins/common/images par la sienne.