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This page is part of the Proceedings of Wikimania 2007 (Index of presentations)
Embeddable Wiki Engine: proof of concept and application ideas
|Author||Ping Yeh (Taipei Open Source Software User Group)|
|License||GNU Free Documentation License (details)|
|About the author|
|Ping was a experimental high energy physicist for 15 years before he joined Google in July 2007. During his physicist days, he worked in laboratories and centers around the world, including Fermilab near Chicago, U.S.A, CERN near Geneva, Switzerland, Kennedy Space Center near Orlando, U.S.A and KEK in Tsukuba, Japan.
He is the co-founder and current organizer of the Taipei Open Source Software User Group.
|There are many wiki sites on the web, wikipedia being the largest and most popular. Wiki webs are not the only place a system with non-HTML markups, cross link generation, revision control, collaborative editing and optionally access control list can find a good use. However, most of the available wiki softwares are monolithic. It is very difficult to integrate a wiki with other applications, web or non-web, beyond the trivial hyperlinking. Inspired by the trac project, the author created a simplified wiki system that can be embedded into other applications. A brief description of the system will be given along with some example applications.|