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Feature List

General FeaturesPAUX Details
Version 1.0
Last Release Date 1.3.09
Author Michael Dreusicke
URL www.paux.de
Free and Open Source No
License commercial
Programming Language Java
Data Storage Database
License Cost/ Fee free for partners
Development status Mature
Intended Audience Companies, Authorities
System RequirementsPAUX Details
Operating System Any Java supporting OS
Root Access Yes
Webserver own
Other Requirements  
DatastoragePAUX Details
Text Files Yes
MySQL Optional
PostgreSQL Yes
Oracle Optional
SQLite Optional
BerkeleyDB Optional
RCS Optional
Other  
Security/Anti-SpamPAUX Details
Page Permissions Yes
ACL  
Authentication Backends  
Host Blocking Yes
Mail Encryption Yes
nofollow Yes
Blacklist Yes
CAPTCHA Yes
Delayed Indexing Yes
Development/SupportPAUX Details
Commercial Support No
Preconfigured Hosting Yes
Code Repository yes
Issue Tracker  
Mailing List  
Support Forum yes
IRC Channel  
Common FeaturesPAUX Details
Preview Yes
Minor Changes Yes
Change Summary Yes
Page History Yes
Page Revisions Unlimited
Revision Diffs Between all
Page Index Yes
Plugin System Yes
Special FeaturesPAUX Details
Unicode Support Yes
Right-to-Left Support No
Interface Languages 3 languages
German, English, French
Email notification Yes
Comments Discussion Pages
Categories Yes
Namespaces Yes
Page Redirection Optional
Conflict Handling Conflict Resolution
Search Full Text
Wiki Farming Optional
Structured Data Yes
LinksPAUX Details
CamelCase Optional
Freelinks Yes
Backlinks Yes
InterWiki Yes
SisterWiki Yes
Image Links Yes
Windows Shares Yes
Page Redirects  
Syntax FeaturesPAUX Details
HTML Tags Optional
Math formulas Yes
Tables simple + complex
CREOLE support  
Markdown Support  
Textile Support  
BBCode Support  
Emoticon Images Yes
Syntax Highlighting Yes
Footnotes Yes
Quoting Yes
Internal Comments Yes
Custom styles Yes
FAQ Tags Yes
Scripting JavaScript, NetReXX
Content Includes Optional
Feed Aggregation Yes
UsabilityPAUX Details
Section Editing Yes
Page Templates Yes
Double-Click Edit Yes
Toolbar Yes
WYSIWYG Editing Yes
Access Keys Yes
Auto Signature Yes
StatisticsPAUX Details
Recent Changes Yes
Wanted Pages Yes
Orphaned Pages Yes
Most/Least Popular Yes
Recent Visitors Yes
Analysis Yes
OutputPAUX Details
HTML XHTML 1.1
CSS Stylesheets Yes
Printer Friendly Print CSS
Mobile Friendly Yes
Themes & Skins Yes
RSS Feeds Yes
ATOM Feeds Optional
Abbreviations Optional
Auto-TOC Yes
Raw Export Yes
HTML Export Yes
XML export Yes
PDF Export Yes
Media and FilesPAUX Details
File Attachments Yes
Media Revisions Yes
Embedded Flash Yes
Embedded Video Yes
Image Editing No
SVG Editing No
MindMap Editing Yes
Media Search Contents
ExtrasPAUX Details
Calendar Yes
Image Galleries Yes
Forums Yes
Blogs Yes
Ticket System Yes
Syntax ExamplesPAUX Details
Internal Link  
External Link  
Headlines  
Bold Format  
Italics Format  
Underline Format  
Monospace Format  
Strikethrough Format  
Superscript Format  
Subscript Format  
Images  
Aligning Text  
Text Indentation  
Bulleted Lists  
Numbered Lists  
Definition Lists  
Horizontal Rule  

» PAUX DocumentationPAUX Details

PAUX is software to develop, manage and publicize dynamic individualized content by linking reusable semantic content objects semantically.
PAUX takes a own path of knowledge representation by linking single objects such as words, sentences, pictures, persons etc. to a network.
Therefore, PAUX can be classified only partially in the area of existing systems like CMS/ECMS, Wiki, LMS or LCMS. The semantic content objects of PAUX are to make knowledge available as filterable content for Websites, semantic Wiki, detailed-evaluated eLearning and individualized print media.
PAUX is a knowledge management system written in Java and addresses enterprises (also publishing houses) as well as colleges, offices and other authorities.
It is free of charge in the context of a development partnership.

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Record added:
2006-11-23
Last updated:
2010-08-24

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PAUX Principle

The principle: Words, Sentences and other data base objects are linked seperatly PAUX does not store HTML pages, but content objects themselves, so-called PAUX-Objects (PAUX-Objects can be words, sentences, headings, pictures, persons etc.).
The PAUX-Objects are not linked by hyperlinks, but by independent semantic data base objects, so-called PAUX-Links.
Those can be searched and filtered semantically for other PAUX-Objects e.g.
user-group specific or context-oriented.
The linkage based on PAUX-Links is called semantically, due to the fact that they can be rated according to different weighting criterias ("weighting objects", see above.).

Most Important Objects

PAUX-Objects represent the content itself and are stored as discrete data base objects.
Due to the high granularity, the content is completely reusable (Reusable Learning Objects).

Container objects (contain other PAUX-Objects)
modules, headings, categories of headings, lessons, tests, sentences, ratings (for each PAUX-Object there can be a set of weighting objects), faculties, subjects and subareas, sessions, runs.

Info Entry Mask

Example “sentence-object”: A sentence is an autonomously formulated declarative sentence, which is supplemented with meta data (11 further text fields) and semantically linked with 44 other classes.

Wiki-Text with Semantic Menus

The PAUX-Objects are not linked by hyperlinks, but by independent semantic data base objects, so-called PAUX-Links.
Those can be searched and filtered semantically for other PAUX-Objects e.g.
user-group specific or context-oriented.
The linkage based on PAUX-Links is called semantically, due to the fact that they can be rated according to different weighting criterias.
The linkage of the PAUX-Objects through PAUX-Links are to cause that contents becomes semantically searchable, linkages can be listed automatically, the semantics of the objects remain preserved, the semantics of the linkages remain preserved, back relations can be listed automatically.