The following is a list of Wiki software / platforms. We only list products under active development that have had releases within the past year. If you are aware of a solution that you feel should be added to this list, please let us know.
MediaWiki is a free software open source wiki package written in PHP, originally for use on Wikipedia. It is now also used by several other projects of the non-profit Wikimedia Foundation and by many other wikis, including this website, the home of MediaWiki.
Igloo provides an intranet you'll actually like, delivered securely with our cloud platform. And it comes pre-packed with a suite of powerful apps, like wikis, blogs, file sharing, calendars, microblogs, etc. Igloo is also responsive, which means you can use it anywhere and on any device.
Foswiki is a wiki, so you and your team members can collaborate and edit pages directly in the web browser. For advanced collaboration, Foswiki lets you enter macros to automate pages and build entire applications from within your browser.
PmWiki is designed to be easy to install and customize as an engine for creating professional web sites with one to any number of content authors. The software focuses on ease-of-use, so people with little IT or wiki experience will be able to put it to use.
TikiWiki or simply Tiki, is a free and open source wiki-based, content management system and Online office suite written primarily in PHP and distributed under the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL) license.
Interact is intelligent intranet software that has more than 650,000 users and has revolutionized the way companies communicate, collaborate, share knowledge, and streamline internal processes.
DokuWiki is a simple to use and highly versatile Open Source wiki software that doesn't require a database. It is loved by users for its clean and readable syntax. The ease of maintenance, backup and integration makes it an administrator's favorite.
MoinMoin is a wiki engine implemented in Python, initially based on the PikiPiki wiki engine. Its name is a play on the North German greeting "Moin", repeated as in "WikiWiki".