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Use template <tt>{{template|Wiki Engine}}</tt> (and / or its [[Template:Wiki Engine boilerplate|boilerplate]]) to create a new wiki engine article or [[Special:Categories|category]].  Alternatively, if you use [[Form:Wiki Engine]], this will provide a pre-configured 'walkthrough' to create a new wiki engine category.
 
Use template <tt>{{template|Wiki Engine}}</tt> (and / or its [[Template:Wiki Engine boilerplate|boilerplate]]) to create a new wiki engine article or [[Special:Categories|category]].  Alternatively, if you use [[Form:Wiki Engine]], this will provide a pre-configured 'walkthrough' to create a new wiki engine category.
 
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A '''Wiki Engine''' is the [[:Category:Server|server]]-side {{tag|software}} powering a {{tag|wiki}} website.  There are many different [[wiki]] engines which are now available; all implementing roughly the same {{tag|WikiIdea|idea}}, but in a myriad of different ways.  They are available in different {{tag|programming|programming languages}}; some offering similar features, but many offering and adding different features.  ''See also: [[:category:WikiFarm]]''.  Most wiki engines are [[:Category:Free software|free]] and / or [[:Category:Open source|open source]] ([[:Category:FOSS|FOSS]]), but some wiki engines have also started to go [[:Category:Commercial License|commercial]], for the payment of a fee.  To see how various wiki engine developments are, or were interrelated, see [[WikiEngineTree]].
 
A '''Wiki Engine''' is the [[:Category:Server|server]]-side {{tag|software}} powering a {{tag|wiki}} website.  There are many different [[wiki]] engines which are now available; all implementing roughly the same {{tag|WikiIdea|idea}}, but in a myriad of different ways.  They are available in different {{tag|programming|programming languages}}; some offering similar features, but many offering and adding different features.  ''See also: [[:category:WikiFarm]]''.  Most wiki engines are [[:Category:Free software|free]] and / or [[:Category:Open source|open source]] ([[:Category:FOSS|FOSS]]), but some wiki engines have also started to go [[:Category:Commercial License|commercial]], for the payment of a fee.  To see how various wiki engine developments are, or were interrelated, see [[WikiEngineTree]].

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