With so many tools, it's hard to keep everyone on the same page. Notion is a new tool that unifies them all.
Notion vs MediaWiki opinions
Notion is a workplace software not a wiki for a community.
Google Docs is an online word processor, part of Google Drive, that lets you create and format text documents and collaborate with other people in real time. Here's what you can do with Google Docs:
Google Docs vs MediaWiki opinions
Media Wiki is a wiki engine, google docs is document editor
TiddlyWiki is a single html file with all the characteristics of a wiki - including all of the functionality (including editing, saving, tagging and searching) and the style sheet. Because its a single file, its very portable - you can email it, put it on a web server or share...
TiddlyWiki vs MediaWiki opinions
Single user only. More a note taking app than a true wiki.
AppFlowy is an open source alternative to Notion. You are in charge of your data and customizations.
WackoWiki is a light and easy to install multilingual Wiki-engine. Supports WYTIWYG-editing, page rights (ACLs), page comments, file uploads, email notification, design themes (skins) and much more. Compatible with PHP 7.3 - 8.1 and MariaDB / MySQL.
WackoWiki vs MediaWiki opinions
Nuclino is a unified workspace where teams can bring all their knowledge, docs, and projects together in one place. It’s a modern, simple, and blazingly fast way to collaborate, without the chaos of files and folders, context switching, or silos.
Nuclino vs MediaWiki opinions
A modern and slick tool that does the same job and additionally supports real-time collaborative editing.
Lighter on features but sooo much faster and easier to use. A lot more collaborative too.
Not a wiki. More like Confluence. Half wordpress, half notepad.
A much easier wiki tool for non-technical users. Real-time collaboration features are great to have as well.
A lot easier to set up and maintain. No steep learning curve as with MediaWiki.
A great alternative if you are looking for something lightweight and easy-to-use.
It's a lot simpler without any redundant features of MediaWiki that aren't useful anyway. Sleek, minimalist, and intuitive. I'm surprised this tool is not getting much publicity yet.
DokuWiki is a standards compliant, simple to use Wiki, mainly aimed at creating documentation of any kind. It is targeted at developer teams, workgroups and small companies. It has a simple but powerful syntax which makes sure the datafiles remain readable outside the Wiki and...
DokuWiki vs MediaWiki opinions
Write your content in the widely used and simple Markdown format, using the built-in visual editor. Unlike other wiki software that save content in a database with a difficult to extract format, Wiki.js saves all your content directly into Markdown (.
Wiki.js vs MediaWiki opinions
Wiki.js is for technical documentation (just take a look at its UI), while MediaWiki is made primarily for Wikipedia which is an encyclopedia, but can be also adapted for technical writing. So Wiki.js is not a replacement for MediaWiki when the use case is for encyclopedia or similar writing.
Still has a ways to go, many glitches and missing features
Modern node js based wiki, bring the future to your data, uses flat files stored on a git repo, with markdown notation
Runs on Git and is a lot easier on the eyes
Working on a project, researching a topic or writing an article? Walling makes it easy to break down your ideas, refine them and visually organize them.