Shaarli VS wiki

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Shaarli

The personal, minimalist, super-fast, no-database delicious clone. (by sebsauvage)

wiki

Federated Wiki - node server as npm package (by fedwiki)
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Shaarli wiki
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648 293
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0.0 4.4
13 days ago about 1 month ago
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Shaarli

Posts with mentions or reviews of Shaarli. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-04-19.

wiki

Posts with mentions or reviews of wiki. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-04-19.
  • Minisleep – A Tiny Wiki Engine
    6 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 19 Apr 2022
    http://fed.wiki.org/view/how-to-wiki

    2. Once you're there, click the "wiki" word down in the grey footer. A checkmark will appear next to the word "wiki."

    3. Double-click a paragraph and edit. Ctrl-s saves. The page you edited will gain a yellow halo. The yellow indicates that your changes are only being saved in your browser's local storage for now. (If you have your own site and are logged in, changes will be saved on the server.)

    I run my own Federated Wiki (fedwiki) server. You can also just run it locally (which I do sometimes). It requires nodejs. I was a bit fussy with my server setup and have lighttpd as reverse proxy (I think that's the correct terminology) and 'supervisor' as nodejs babysitter, but most (all?) of that is not strictly necessary. fedwiki can just run on its own and serve its own pages.

    [0] https://github.com/fedwiki/wiki