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Are there any karma based wiki systems? [closed]

Are you aware of any wiki like system that make page edit public only if the user who made the edit has a given karma or if the community up votes the edit? Something like Super User or Stack ...
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Is it possible to use google docs as a wiki?

is it possible somehow to easily use google docs as a wiki? I mean, I create a first document, then add a link to another one and so on, so the procedure is easy and fast and the different docs files ...
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Looking for a good private, free and secure wiki web application [closed]

I know I can just install MediaWiki, but I prefer not to do the maintainance. What website offers free, private and secure wikis? Edit - From what I've looked at so far, Google Sites is the only one ...
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Is there a Google Code-like web application to install on your own web and svn server?

Is there a Google Code-like web application to install on your own server which supports: Source code versioning, e.g. with subversion, git, mercurial... Wiki Issue tracker All in one?
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Personal Wiki Site Suggestions

I'm currently reading Pragmatic Thinking & Learning and one suggestion the author has towards the end of the book is to keep a personal wiki that is easily accessible. Are there any sites that ...
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Wiki software that looks good via browser, iPhone and iPad?

I'm looking into new wiki software that looks good on browsers and kind of native on iPad and iPhone. Any suggestions?
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Page level access in Google sites

Is there a feature for providing page level access in Google sites?
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Collaboration wiki which provides page level access/ authentication

Is there any wiki/web service like Google sites which allows the admin to givepage level access/ authentication to the users ?
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What is the best (free hosted) wiki for large non tech communities?

Hello, I have posted the question on superuser.com, but I was redirected here, so I will ask again. I'm searching for a (free hosted - would be awesome) wiki to power a large community of NON techy ...
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Why do articles with multiple sections not have a table of contents?

Why isn't there a table of contents (TOC) in the Wikipedia article "Scott Meyers"? There are three sections in that article. Has it something to do with the length? The article "Web application" has ...
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Is there a web app that can take a snapshot of a public wiki and turn it into an offline help file like .chm?

As the title states, I'd love if there was an easy way to take a snapshot of a public wiki and turn it into a localized file. Preferably contained within a single file like a .chm, and not just a site ...
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Is there such a thing as a Wordpress 'dashboard'-like MediaWiki GUI front-end/interface?

I've recently looked at installing a Wiki engine, in order to provide -as with most wikis- a user-editable repository of information. I've looked at three specific engines: DokuWiki TikiWiki ...
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How do I alter an article on Wikipedia?

I would like to alter an article on Wikipedia how do I do so?
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Is there a web application that allows you to set up a wiki in 10 minutes?

I've attempted to set up a wiki a couple times but left it go because the complexity overcame the time I had to do it. Is there a web application that allows you to easily set up a free wiki in 10 ...
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For a software development project, what is the best type of wiki? [closed]

I am trying to set up a wiki/management system for a software project and keep getting confused by the myriad of options available. I have seen TWiki and Plone before, which bill themselves as ...