Corendal

corendal

Web site: corendal.com/products/corendal-wiki (not active) Category: Network Subcategory: Wiki Platform: Linux, UNIX-like, Windows License: GNU GPL Interface: Web-interface Wikipedia: First release: 2005 Corendal – a wiki intranet application written in Java. It uses MySQL or Oracle and Tomcat. It integrates with Active Directory accounts and groups, features full text indexing, a Rich Text Editor and … Read more Corendal

JOVE

jove

Web site: github.com/jonmacs/jove/ Category: Office Subcategory: Text Editors Platform: Linux, UNIX-like, BSD, DOS, Windows, OS X, Solaris License: BSD-like Interface: CLI Wikipedia: JOVE First release: 1983 JOVE (Jonathan’s Own Version of Emacs) – a venerable, fast, small Emacs clone that was originally written for 2.8BSD on PDP-11. Some of us have been using and contributing … Read more JOVE

JOE

joe

Web site: joe-editor.sourceforge.io Category: Office Subcategory: Text Editors Platform: Linux, OS X, UNIX-like, Windows, DOS, BeOS License: GNU GPL Interface: CLI Wikipedia: JOE’s Own Editor First release: August 22, 1991 JOE – a full featured terminal-based screen editor which is distributed under the GNU General Public License (GPL). JOE has been around since 1988 and … Read more JOE

XenForo

xenforo

Web site: xenforo.com Category: Network Subcategory: Forums Platform: Cross platform License: Proprietary Interface: Web interface Wikipedia: XenForo First release: March 8, 2011 XenForo – a commercial, closed-source application for hosting an internet forum. The application is written in the PHP programming language using the Zend Framework. The software is being developed by former vBulletin makers … Read more XenForo

Confluence

confluence

Web site: www.atlassian.com/software/confluence Category: Network Subcategory: Wiki Platform: Linux, Windows, Android, iOS License: Proprietary Interface: Web interface Wikipedia: Confluence_(software) First release: March 25, 2004 Confluence – an online corporate wiki (collaboration software) developed by the Australian company Atlassian. Atlassian created Confluence in the Java programming language and published it for the first time in 2004. … Read more Confluence