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My country is going through difficult times. I want to create a mostly graphical timeline of events in a wiki like fashion. I want everyone who wants to get involved to contribute and comment. What is my best option?

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You can use timeline.js. The data back end can be a google spreadsheet. This is an open source project so at any point when you have someone to help you out with development you can do that to.

http://timeline.verite.co/

and on github https://github.com/VeriteCo/TimelineJS

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Timeglider is a free web-based application that allows you to create timelines with the option to collaborate (though I don't know that it's as open as a wiki, per se). Dipity is another similar application with collaboration as an option.

StudyVibe also has a listing of several Timeline Creation Tools.

  • @niw3 Sure thing. If you found the answer helpful you can up-vote and/or accept it see WebApps About. – batpigandme Jun 4 '13 at 19:22
  • I am trying them one by one. So far, no wiki-like editing. None of them seems to be suitable for events in progress that are minutes or hours apart. Unfortunately I am not a web developer, so I can't start such a project. But I believe I can contribute. – niw3 Jun 4 '13 at 22:08
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I think proofhub is a free web based application that can help you. It has features like time tracking, assigning a task to multiple users, to-do's, discussions and many more. I hope you will like this tool and find it useful for your work.

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