CLiki – the Common Lisp wiki, a community resource about various topics pertaining to the Common Lisp programming language, as well as a directory of Free Software Common Lisp libraries, implementations, and applications.
If you can edit HTML, you can create CLiki pages. Heck, if you can edit text you stand a fair chance. Before plunging in, read and absorb the CLiki Content and CLiki Style guidelines, and the Text Formatting rules. You may want to play in the CLiki Sandbox to get the hang of it before venturing out on the road.
CLiki2 is a free collaborative hypertext authoring program, written in Common Lisp. Modelled on Wiki, it is Free Software distributed under the terms of the Affero GPL license. Information about obtaining and installing CLiki2 is available on the CLiki2 project page: https://gitlab.common-lisp.net/vsedach/cliki2. Information about the old software behind cliki.net, called simply “CLiki,” is available on the page The Old Cliki. CLiki2 was written by Andrey Moskvitin and Vladimir Sedach, with graphic design by Anastasiya Sterh.
CLiki is an open source wiki application written in Common Lisp that was developed from 2002 to 2005.
Since 2011, a new version of CLiki called CLiki2 has been developed by Vladimir Sedach and Andrey Moskvitin.