mediawiki 1.39.2

mediawiki 1.39.2


MediaWiki is a free and open-source wiki software, widely used to power many of the world's largest and most popular wikis, including Wikipedia. It is written in PHP and uses a backend database to store and organize content. MediaWiki offers a flexible and scalable platform for collaborative content creation and management, allowing users to easily create and edit pages, add multimedia content, track changes, and manage access and permissions. MediaWiki's popularity and widespread adoption are due in part to its robust set of features and customizability.

  • Supports rich text editing with a WYSIWYG editor and markup syntax
  • Allows for the creation of multiple namespaces, pages, and categories
  • Provides user and group permissions management for access control
  • Offers versioning and revision control for tracking changes and restoring content
  • Supports extensions and plugins for custom functionality and integration with other systems
  • Provides built-in search and indexing for finding content quickly and easily

  • Knowledge base and documentation: MediaWiki is ideal for creating and managing large repositories of knowledge, such as documentation for software, help and support materials, and FAQs.
  • Collaborative content creation: MediaWiki is frequently used as a platform for collaborative content creation and curation, allowing users to work together to create and maintain wiki-style content on a wide range of topics.

To use MediaWiki, you will need to:

  1. Install the software on your web server or local machine
  2. Configure the database and settings
  3. Customize the look and feel of your wiki
  4. Create user accounts and set permissions for access control
  5. Create and edit pages using the WYSIWYG editor or markup syntax
  6. Add categories and tags to organize content
  7. Install extensions or plugins for added functionality

  • Written in PHP
  • Uses a MySQL, PostgreSQL, or SQLite database backend
  • Compatible with various web servers, including Apache and Nginx
  • Supports various authentication methods, including LDAP and OpenID
  • Has a RESTful API for integrating with other systems
  • Provides internationalization and localization support for multilingual content

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