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MediaWiki and is
Among public wikis, MediaWiki is the dominant software: it powers the world's most popular public wiki, Wikipedia, as well as the most popular wiki farm, Wikia, and it is the most popular software in use on other public wikis as well.
Other wiki software is available in both hosted and downloadable form, including Confluence, Socialtext, MediaWiki ( available on Wikia and EditThis. info, among other sites ) and XWiki.
MediaWiki is one example of such an application.
The current best-known semantic wiki software is Semantic MediaWiki, a plugin to MediaWiki.
Above is " MF Stavangerfjord " which goes between Arsvågen and Mortavika in Rogaland < script type =" text / javascript " src =" http :// de. wikipedia. org / w / index. php? title = MediaWiki: Gadget-revisionjumper. js & action = raw & ctype = text / javascript "></ script >.
Since, August 2005 the TVFriends project is hosted by Wikia ( which also runs on MediaWiki ).
Backtracking is also utilized in the ( diff ) difference engine for the MediaWiki software.
* Backtracking is also utilized in the " diff " ( version comparing ) engine for the MediaWiki software.
Wikiquote is one of a family of wiki-based projects run by the Wikimedia Foundation, running on MediaWiki software.
MediaWiki is free and open source software and is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 or any later version while its documentation is released under the Creative Commons BY-SA 3. 0 license and partly in the public domain.
Specifically, the manuals and other content at MediaWiki. org are Creative Commons-licensed, while the set of help pages intended to be freely copied into fresh wiki installations and / or distributed with MediaWiki software is public domain.
Major MediaWiki releases are generated approximately every three to eight months by taking snapshots of the development trunk, which is kept continuously in a runnable state ; minor releases, or point releases, are issued as needed to correct bugs ( especially security problems ).
MediaWiki is also used internally by a large number of companies, including Novell and Intel.
United Nations agencies such as the U. N. Development Programme and INSTRAW chose to implement their wikis using MediaWiki because " this software runs Wikipedia and is therefore guaranteed to be thoroughly tested, will continue to be developed well into the future, and future technicians on these wikis will be more likely to have exposure to MediaWiki than any other wiki software.
Some users find that setting up a virtual host is helpful if the majority of one's site runs under a framework ( such as Zope or Ruby on Rails ) that is largely incompatible with MediaWiki.
It is not supported by MediaWiki.
This list is used by MediaWiki to know what pages are disambiguation pages, and thus not articles.

MediaWiki and free
One of the earliest differences between MediaWiki ( and its predecessor, UseModWiki ) and other wiki engines was the use of " free links " instead of CamelCase.
Either with their own domain, or with a free subdomain, customers are able to make use of a number of open source applications, such as WordPress and MediaWiki without charge.

MediaWiki and web-based
Either stand-alone ( such as MediaWiki ), part of a suite ( such as TikiWiki ) or web-based such as Wetpaint.

MediaWiki and wiki
* The Interactive Fiction Wiki, a MediaWiki wiki specific to Interactive Fiction.
Later wiki engines, such as MediaWiki, dropped this convention.
Some open-source wiki applications, though they do not specifically bill themselves as enterprise solutions, have marketing materials geared for enterprise users, like Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware and MediaWiki.
Many of the enterprise wiki applications, such as TWiki, Confluence and SharePoint, also support such features, as do open-source applications like MediaWiki and XWiki, via plugins.
* Encyclopedia on Kerkrade ( Dutch ) – a wiki using MediaWiki 1. 52
The PmWiki wiki markup shares similarities with MediaWiki ( used by Wikipedia ).
The double square brackets around the photo of a sunflower symbolize the syntax MediaWiki uses for creating hyperlinks to other wiki pages.
A number of alternative wiki encyclopedias to Wikipedia run on MediaWiki, including Citizendium, Conservapedia, Metapedia < nowiki > http :// en. metapedia. org / wiki / Wikipedia </ nowiki ></ ref > and Scholarpedia.
Wikia, one of the world's most popular wiki farms, runs on MediaWiki.
MediaWiki uses an extensible lightweight wiki markup designed to be easier to use and learn than HTML.
This may then be imported into another wiki running MediaWiki using Special: Import, if it is enabled.
* MediaWiki, a wiki software
* Interwiki links in MediaWiki and other wiki software.

MediaWiki and software
The MediaWiki software has an additional feature which uses similar notation to create automatic interlanguage links — for instance, the link < code >< nowiki > de: InterWiki </ nowiki ></ code > ( with no leading colon ) automatically creates a reference labeled " Other languages: Deutsch | ..." at the top and bottom of, or in a sidebar next to, the article display.
* OpenFacts, a wiki-based open source knowledge database ( using the MediaWiki software )
The site runs on MediaWiki software.
The TV IV runs MediaWiki software, but has disabled anonymous editing and has licensed the content under the Creative Commons license ( cc-by-2. 5 ).
Examples of asynchronous collaboration software include Cisco WebEx Connect, GoToMeeting, Microsoft Sharepoint and MediaWiki.
The Wikimedia Foundation was announced on June 20, 2003, and in July, Wikipedia contributor Daniel Mayer suggested the name " MediaWiki " for the software, as a play on " Wikimedia ".
The software used for this task is MediaWiki.

MediaWiki and application
JurisPedia runs on the MediaWiki application, but it is not a Wikimedia Foundation project.

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