JAMWiki, created and developed by Ryan Holliday is a Java-based wiki engine. JAMWiki uses the same syntax and many of the features of, and is visually similar to the now ubiquitous and highly popular MediaWiki engine; although it should be noted JAMWiki is not the same as the PHP-compiled MediaWiki. As detailed by the JAMWiki release archive, it was first available in June 2006. JAMWiki was released for free (FOSS) under the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL). The entry here on WikiIndex for the JAMWiki help and 'meta' wiki is JAMWiki.
In December 2013, it was announced that "Current development on JAMWiki is primarily focused on maintenance rather than new features due to a lack of developer availability. If you are interested in working on JAMWiki please join the jamwiki-devel mailing list". In November 2014, a further announcement was made: "Active development of JAMWiki has ceased, and bug fixes and support will be limited at best. If you are interested in taking over management of JAMWiki please send an email to the jamwiki-devel mailing list". The final appearance of the JAMWiki wiki site was November 2017. As of May 2018, the JAMWiki software is however still available for download from the SourceForge website.
- View a detailed feature list of JAMWiki on the WikiMatrix wiki engine comparison wiki-site.
- JAMWiki on the English Wikipedia, via Archive.org
- Websites and web applications powered by / built with JAMWiki — AppliedStacks.com, via Archive.org, 2012-05-03
The wikis below are powered by the JAMWiki wiki engine.