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I have discovered Bookstack for myself. You can sort all your documentations and have a nice overview.
A lightweight, self-hosted memo hub. Open Source and Free forever.
i am not able to write/maintain a wiki that i enjoy coming back to so i use memos now and organize everything with hashtags.
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Snippet Box is a simple self-hosted app for organizing your code snippets. It allows you to easily create, edit, browse and manage your snippets in various languages.
I'm a big fan of Bookstack, but for saving commands I use Snippet-Box.
A file based wiki that uses markdown
Publii is a desktop-based CMS for Windows, Mac and Linux that makes creating static websites fast and hassle-free, even for beginners.
I've also just started to look at Publii as a website creation tool as a replacement but it dies lack security for multi-user use :-(
Project documentation with Markdown.
I tried most of the above mentioned and settled down with MkDocs for its simplicity. It produces static web pages so you can easily host it with any web server.
Community plugins list, theme list, and releases of Obsidian.
So not opensource but free and not really a wiki but a note app ( you said you want one, so that's why I am mentioning it ) -> https://obsidian.md/
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