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Revision as of 13:45, 18 May 2006

This tree shows roughly how various wiki engine developments are (or were) interrelated. For a full list of wiki engines see Category:Wiki Engine

The tree is a subjective approach to a classification of wiki engines according to their origins (where the original programmer of the wiki engine got the idea of deriving a new wiki engine).

In other words: This is supposed to be a tree of the evolution of wiki engines (not wiki forums, but wiki engines). It is supposed to show where a wiki engine was derived from. Of course, this can be very subjective.

(wiki engine, year the development of the wiki engine started, first programmer, original programming language of the wiki engine, project or community the engine was originally made for, basic features that are new)

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Apple HyperCard stack for Tektronix ( , WardCunningham, , Ward's Tektronix colleagues) ->

  1. WikiWikiWeb (1994, WardCunningham, Perl, Portland Pattern Repository/patterns community, first wiki)
    1. ThoughtsWeaver (ca. 1996, JimCoplien)
    2. CvWiki (1997, PeterMerel, Perl, GreenCheese (?), WayBackMode)
      1. TunesWiki
      2. AtisWiki (1998, MarcusDenker, Perl, ATIS/University of Karlsruhe, transclusion of Web pages)
        1. UniToWiki ( , EnricoPasini, Perl, University of Turin)
        2. UseModWiki (1999, CliffordAdams, Perl, Usenet Moderation Project, subpages)
          1. PurpleWiki ( , , Perl)
          2. Oddmuse (2001, AlexSchröder, Perl, EmacsWiki, subwikis)
          3. WikkiTikkiTavi ( , , PHP, KeptPages)
          4. MediaWiki (2002, MagnusManske, PHP, WikiPedia, wiki namespaces)
            1. GetWiki (ca. 2003, , PHP, Wikinfo/ibiblio, importation of wiki pages)
    3. CocoaDevWiki
    4. Clublet (ca. 2000, RichardDrake, Perl, WhyClublet, sign-in)
    5. Dinki ( , , Perl)
      1. QuikWiki
    6. QuickiWiki (ca. 1999-2001, WardCunningham, Perl, The Wiki Way CD, similar to WikiWikiWeb)
    7. ClusterWiki (1999, BoLeuf, Perl, The Wiki Way CD, runs a cluster of wiki forums on a single wiki engine)
    8. Kwiki aka KwikiKwiki ( , BrianIngerson, Perl, , )
      1. Socialtext wiki engine ( , , Perl (?), , )
    9. PikiPiki (1999, MartinPool, Python)
      1. PikiePikie (2000, StevePike, Python)
        1. MoinMoin (2000, JürgenHermann, Python, web.de, )
    10. TipiWiki ( , , PHP)
      1. FatWiki
      2. PeanutButterWiki aka Pbwiki ( , DavidWeekly, PHP, PBWiki wiki farm)
      3. TipiWiki2 ( , , PHP)
    11. WakkaWiki aka Wakka ( , , PHP)
      1. CoMaWiki ( , CostalMartignier, PHP)
      2. CooCooWakka ( , YeGu, PHP)
      3. UniWakka ( , , PHP)
      4. WackoWiki (2003, AlekseyKulakov, PHP)
      5. WikkaWakkaWiki aka WikkaWiki aka Wikka ( , , PHP)
      6. WikiNi ( , , PHP)
    12. PmWiki ( , PatrickMichaud, PHP)
    13. Green Light Wiki ( , BenKovitz, )
    14. JosWiki ( , , , Java Operating System)
      1. KeheiWiki ( , BobRacko, )


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