TWiki Features

TWiki is a flexible, powerful, and easy to use enterprise wiki and web application platform. The structured wiki is typically used to run a project development space, a document management system, a knowledge base, or any other groupware tool, on an intranet or on the internet. Users without programming skills can create web applications that run on TWiki. Developers can extend the functionality of TWiki with Plugins. Administrators can tailor their TWiki installation with over 400 extensions available from TWiki.org.

TWiki is the most popular wiki used behind corporate firewall; it gets downloaded 3,000 times a month and is in use by the majority of Fortune 500 companies. Some TWiki deployments behind corporate firewall have over 500,000 pages and more than 20,000 registered users.

See overview presentation at http://bit.ly/twPres13.

TWiki with Plugins and add-ons has many features not compared in the WikiMatrix, such as action tracking, barcode generation, blogging, calendaring, charting, conditional text, database access, Extreme Programming tracking, global search & replace, image gallery, LaTeX support, mail into wiki pages, page hierarchy, platform to build wiki applications, slideshow presentations, spreadsheet calculations, table editor, tagging, web form handling and reporting (with TWikiForms and FormattedSearch), word alias support, XML and XSL transformations, and more.

TWiki is maintained by an active community for over 10 years. The primary focus of the community since a fork in 2008 is usability and quality, which results in releases that are more usable with each release. Many consultants can help you deploy TWiki at work.

TWiki scales well. Morgan Stanley contributed code to make TWiki scale to 20K people on a load-balanced and distributed system.

Many screenshots showing how to get work done using TWiki are at http://bit.ly/twSCRN.

Competing products: Confluence, Socialtext ==> compare them: http://www.wikimatrix.org/compare/TWiki+Confluence+Socialtext

Visit Website: twiki.org
General Features TWiki
Version
TWiki-6.0.0
Last Release Date
2013-10-13 (5 years ago)
Last Update here
2013-10-22 (5 years ago)
Author
Peter Thoeny, TWiki community
URL
Free and Open Source
Yes
License
GPL
Programming Language
Perl, JavaScript
Data Storage
Files, RCS
License Cost/ Fee
N/A
Development status
Mature
Intended Audience
Large enterprise; small to medium businesses
System Requirements TWiki
Operating System
Linux, Windows, OS-X and other
Root Access
No
Webserver
Almost any webserver, typically Apache 1.3/2.0
Other Requirements
RCS (optional), cron/scheduler, fgrep, egrep; Plugins may have additional dependencies
Datastorage TWiki
Text Files
Yes
MySQL
No
PostgreSQL
No
Oracle
No
SQLite
No
BerkeleyDB
No
RCS
Yes
Other
RcsLite Perl library for version control without external RCS; backend API for other storage
Security/Anti-Spam TWiki
Page Permissions
Yes
ACL
Yes
Authentication Backends
Internal authentication; anything Apache supports such as LDAP, NIS, AD, Kerberos
Host Blocking
Plugin
Mail Encryption
Yes
nofollow
Plugin
Blacklist
Plugin
CAPTCHA
Plugin
Delayed Indexing
Plugin
Development/Support TWiki
# of Consultants
Preconfigured Hosting
Yes
Code Repository
Issue Tracker
Mailing List
Support Forum
Chat Channel
Stars on GitHub
N/A
Common Features TWiki
Preview
Yes
Minor Changes
Yes
Change Summary
Yes
Page History
Yes
Page Revisions
Unlimited
Revision Diffs
Between all
Sitemap
Yes
Plugin System
Yes
Special Features TWiki
Unicode Support
Yes
Right-to-Left Support
No
Interface Languages
19
Bulgarian, Czech, Danish, German, English, Spanish, Finnish, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Swedish, Ukrainian, Chinese, Chinese Traditional
Email notification
Yes
Comments
Threaded
Categories
Yes
Namespaces
Yes
Conflict Handling
Conflict Resolution
Concurrent Editing
Unknown
Search
Full Text
Wiki Farming
Optional
Structured Data
Yes
Links TWiki
CamelCase
Yes
Freelinks
Yes
Backlinks
Yes
InterWiki
Yes
SisterWiki
Plugin
Image Links
Yes
Windows Shares
Plugin
Page Redirects
Plugin
Syntax Features TWiki
HTML Tags
All
Math formulas
Plugin
Tables
simple + complex
CREOLE support
No
Markdown Support
No
Textile Support
Plugin
BBCode Support
No
Emoticon Images
Yes
Syntax Highlighting
Plugin
Footnotes
Plugin
Quoting
Yes
Internal Comments
Yes
Custom styles
Yes
FAQ Tags
Yes
Scripting
TWiki Markup Language, TWiki variables, JavaScript, extensive API
Content Includes
Yes
Feed Aggregation
Yes
Usability TWiki
Section Editing
Plugin
Page Templates
Yes
Double-Click Edit
Plugin
Toolbar
Plugin
WYSIWYG Editing
Yes
Access Keys
Yes
Auto Signature
Yes
Statistics TWiki
Recent Changes
Yes
Wanted Pages
No
Orphaned Pages
Plugin
Most/Least Popular
Yes
Recent Visitors
Plugin
Analysis
Yes
Output TWiki
Printer Friendly
Print View
Mobile Friendly
Plugin
Themes & Skins
Yes
RSS Feeds
Yes
ATOM Feeds
Yes
Abbreviations
Plugin
Auto-TOC
Yes
Raw Export
Yes
HTML Export
Yes
XML export
Plugin
PDF Export
Plugin
Office Export
Unknown
Media and Files TWiki
File Attachments
Yes
Media Revisions
Yes
Embedded Flash
Plugin
Embedded Video
Plugin
Image Editing
Plugin
SVG Editing
Plugin
MindMap Editing
Plugin
Media Search
Contents
Extras TWiki
Calendar
Plugin
Image Galleries
Plugin
Presentations
Unknown
Forums
Plugin
Blogs
Plugin
Ticket System
Plugin
Chat
Unknown
Syntax Examples TWiki
Internal Link
WikiWord autolink
Otherweb.WikiWord
[[Spaced text]]
[[WikiWord][label]]
External Link
http://twiki.org/ autolink
[[http://twiki.org/][label]]
Headlines
---+ Level 1
---++ Level 2
---+++ Level 3
---++++ Level 4
---+++++ Level 5
---++++++ Level 6
Bold Format
*bold*
Italics Format
_italic_
Underline Format
<u>underline</u>
Monospace Format
=monospaced text= and
<verbatim>
multi line text
</verbatim>
Strikethrough Format
<strike>strikethrough</strike>
Superscript Format
<sup>superscript</sup>
Subscript Format
<sub>subscript</sub>
Images
%ATTACHURL%/image.png
http://any.domain/image.png
Aligning Text
| left |   center   |   right |
or HTML
or CSS
Text Indentation
<blockquote>
multi line text
</blockquote>
Bulleted Lists
* Item 1
* Item 1.1
* Item 2
Numbered Lists
1. Item 1
a. Item 1.a
1. Item 2
Definition Lists
$ Term: Definition
Horizontal Rule
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Downloadable Software TWiki is downloadable software that you can install on your own computer or host it on a server on the Internet.
TWiki Consultants

There are currently 17 consultants listed providing services for TWiki.

Premium Consultants:

KontextWork - Enterprise Wikis This is a premium entry
Niedersachsen, Germany

Der Wiki-Spezialist KontextWork führt seit mehr als 17 Jahren professionelle Wiki-Lösungen weltweit in Unternehmen ein. KontextWork bringt sein umfassendes Know-How in die Konzeption, Entwicklung und Einführung kollaborativer Web 2.0 Anwendungen ein. Ein starkes Netzwerk von Dienstleistern setzt dabei auch anspruchsvolle Lösungen in den Bereichen Wissensmanagement, Social Networking, Projektmanagement und Qualitätsmanagement um.

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