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[Discuss] Creating a Wiki server

On Wed, Aug 31, 2011 at 11:44 AM, David Miller <david3d at> wrote:

> Definitely take your time and vet out a few different wiki solutions before
> choosing one.  Migrating a wiki from one platform to another is a big pita.
>  While MediaWiki is probably the most well known in my opinion it falls
> short for corporate use b/c it's lacking two major features. That's ACL's
> and a WYSIWYG editor...

If you want WYSIWYG/visual editor, FogBugz' Wiki is nice. FogBugz is of
course a complete issue tracking system, and it's $25/user/month hosted --
maybe less if you bring your own hosting. Works great for us in my company.
(I do not have any financial interest in the vendor Fog Creek Software.)

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