"Not only is Wikipedia.org a gargantuan wiki itself (the most well-known today, certainly), it also runs the software we'll be installing. Thus, MediaWiki satisfies our dependence and reputation concerns immediately. The development community can be found on IRC, mailing lists, or their own specific wiki--there's really no easily accessible "end user" friendly place. The readability of the code doesn't make me smile, but that's a subjective opinion anyway, and expandability is possible via extensions. For resources, I've not personally been able to create disastrous loads or heavy memory usage, but your mileage, traffic, and server skills will vary." Web Apps with Tiger: MediaWiki
(Submitted by Noel Wed Sep 21, 2005 )
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