Sites using WikkaWiki

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WikkaWiki has been chosen by hundreds of users, projects, companies and organizations to run their websites. It currently powers websites in 37 languages, including: Bosnian (Bosanski), Catalan (Català), Chinese Simplified (简体中文), Chinese Traditional (繁體中文), Croatian (Hrvatski), Czech (Česky), Danish (Dansk), Dutch (Nederlands), English, Esperanto, Estonian (Eesti), Finnish (Suomea), French (Français), Galician (Galego), German (Deutsch), Greek (Ελληνικά), Hebrew (עברית), Hungarian (Magyarul), Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia), Italian (Italiano), Japanese (日本語), Korean (한국어), Lithuanian (Lietuvių), Malagasy, Norwegian (Norsk), Polish (Polski), Portuguese (Português), Brazilian Portuguese (Português, Brasil), Russian (Русский), Slovak (Slovenská), Spanish (Español), Sundanese (Basa Sunda), Swedish (Svenska), Thai (ไทย), Turkish (Türkçe), Urdu (اردو), Vietnamese (Tiếng Việt).

Below is a list of Wikka-powered websites in alphabetical order. Most of them are retrieved from search engines or from the referrer-list of this server. Many more wikka sites not listed in this page are access-restricted intranets of companies and organizations. Sites marked with a (c) have a custom layout; sites with a (l) have a localized interface.
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Comment by JavaWoman
2004-12-17 15:02:35
Hmm, this list is getting awfully long (GOOD!) - time to put it in a database and generate the content, with #A-Z navigation, with an action maybe? (Of course that would require a form to add/delete sites rather than editing the page directly.)

fields:
- id (autoinc)
- name
- url
- language
- layout
- comment
name can also be a short description (=> link text)
(field size: language should allow multiple names or language codes)
Comment by DarTar
2004-12-17 21:16:18
While I see the interest of your proposal for *this* server, I wonder if potential users of Wikka releases might find useful an action requiring a dedicated MySQL table just for storing links to Wikka-powered sites. Or am I misunderstanding you and you are just proposing an action and a table for *this* server?

Maybe it would be more interesting if we had some way of paging and (re)organizing alphabetically the content of a page from its source. Think of the potential of manipulating raw code. Imagine for example a page containing a list of entries formatted in such a way that the system (maybe through a dedicated handler) can give the user the choice to display only part of the list, or a paged version, or filter the entries according to some criteria, or even display a form (an interface with the source code) for adding entries, etc. **without** retrieving content from an extra table, but just rearranging the existing content of a page. I find this idea of an interface to list-formatted or tabular content much more challenging and potentially adaptable to the user's needs than an action that just prints Wikka sites. Your opinion?
Comment by JavaWoman
2004-12-17 21:28:09
I was indeed thinking of a "Wikka-server-only" table + form. A whiel ago I went through the list which had become disorganized (badly alphabetized) and found it very tedious to determine which entry should go where.

Some sort of new "tabular" format that could be easily specified with ts own formatter might help though. I've noticed there are wikis that actually have two "table" formats - one more formal with all sorts of options for colspans and rowspans and headers, and a more simple CVS-like format: just rows with equal numbers of comma-separated data (with some sort of enclosing "tag" of course). For the latter, extra options "sort" and "page" might do the trick.

(And no, I can't remember where I've seen that :( )

Good idea - I agree this could be more generally useful, too. It's tempting to try and code it but I still have a few other things on my plate right now. ;-)
Comment by JavaWoman
2004-12-18 13:35:44
Um, DarTar, I don't really agree that this page is part of the *Documentation*; an "information" category would probably fit better.
I do like the new header and intro, though!
Comment by DarTar
2004-12-18 13:49:45
I know it's not the optimal solution, but we already have too many informative categories: (CategoryDocumentation, CategoryWikka, CategoryWiki) and I'd like to integrate this page with links to and from the documentation pages. For this reasons, I thought that a list of Wikka powered sites might still be part of the Wikka Documentation in a broad sense.
Comment by JavaWoman
2004-12-18 13:56:42
I think CategoryWikka would fit better (see the description) - surely you can link from CategoryDocumentation pages to related pages in another category? In fact, such links could be linked from a separate section on the main WikkaDocumentation page, to make it clear it's "related information" but not "documentation proper". How's that sound?
Comment by DarTar
2004-12-18 14:18:28
Sounds good, I'll fix it asap. Leaving now...
Comment by DotMG
2004-12-28 06:51:44
What do you mean by Custom Layout please?
Comment by 218.232.117.106
2004-12-28 07:04:39
wow
Comment by DarTar
2004-12-28 09:23:16
Sites with custom layout = sites not using the default wikka CSS stylesheet.
I had a discussion yesterday with JavaWoman who suggested not to qualify as customized sites that merely changed the font family or made minor hacks to the CSS.
Comment by ArpY
2005-01-09 00:00:06
JavaWomen: This IS a Wikka Page - Skinned and with some options hidden, some minor mods, but it is the wikka engine - used as CMS until the next release will come and I start the full integration. But I will not add it again - don't want to play this game ;)
Comment by GmBowen
2005-01-09 00:50:33
Hi ArpY/Ralph(?) I've gotta say, that is one *impressive* modification/implementation of wikka. If you can fool JW, that's quite something. Anyhow, I wandered around your site and was quite impressed with the design. Cheers,
Comment by ArpY
2005-01-09 20:03:04
Hi GmBowen. Thanks for the compliment.
Comment by JavaWoman
2005-01-10 16:49:26
ArpY,
But I looked hard before removing your link - I do not do such things lightly. What I see at http://www.silver-wing.de/ is a site done in vBulletin, which I know can be used as a kind of CMS. At the same time (and I poked around quite a lot), I do not see any kind of Wiki functionality. I looked at page source for several pages, too, and while I saw traces of vBulletin all over the place, not a trace of Wikka. I thought maybe you'd integrated Wikka into vBuleltin - but could not find it. I'm looking again now, and the only thing I can find is the Impressum page that looks like it has some Wikka content (but not the page structure).

In other words, what I see is vBulletin used as CMS, not Wikka (not even skinned Wikka) used as CMS. Structure, menu system, user registration, it's all vBulletin (adapted maybe), not Wikka.

Now, integrating Wikka into other packages is very nice - but Wikka integrated into what is essentially is a vBulletin site does not make this a "Wikka" site. Not when it's so hard to even find a trace of it.
Maybe we need a separate page for Wikka integration projects. Feel free to start such a page, and add your site to it. In that case some explanation of the role of Wikka in the whole framework would not be amiss.

I don't want to play games at all - but if you can explain to me *how* this really is a "Wikka" site and not a vBulletin site with a tiny bit of Wikka integrated in it, I'm quite prepared to add your link back...
Comment by JsnX
2005-01-10 19:04:35
I also looked at the page source of ArpY's site and found it impossible to see any signs of Wikka. JavaWoman's comments are right on target. Why promote a site as a Wikka site if it is impossible to recognize any of Wikka in it.
Comment by ArpY
2005-01-10 21:26:23
JavaWoman,
I accept your whatever you decide (everybody is free to link have a link to my pages or not ;). However I would like to explain it:
Try for example the Impressum Page and add /edit or any other wikka handle to the url - you will see, it is a wikka.
It is very little integrated into vB - I'm using the vB authentication and I include the output (with ob_start()) in the template of vbulletin - this is why you can't see very much of it in the source, but it is there ;) You can also try to call default pages which are with a leading "honda-silverwing-" like "honda-silverwing-FormattingRules". Btw you will see no Edit/History links because they are only visible to me when I'm logged in - same for the doubleclick edit.
My idea is to use wikka and do a full integration in vB - of course with some modification, this is why I'm waiting for the next wikka release to go on. Then I want to use wikka not only as CMS but as wiki for my community.
btw, if you don't find many wikka pages on my site: I just relaunched this site and I had no time to rewrite all the content in wikka pages, but this will be done in the next couple of weeks.
Maybe I come back to your offer to start a vB integration page.
@JsnX and you: Ok, its true that it is hard to see (that why I added the "Yes its a wikka), but does a wikka only qualify as a wikka if you can see it? btw, one some of the wikka pages at my site I added the html of my old site to be able to relaunch timely - I definetly will work on this!
Comment by DarTar
2005-01-10 23:47:49
While I agree that ArpY's site shouldn't be listed 'as such' on this page, I actually like JavaWoman's proposal of setting up a page for projects aiming to integrate WikkaWiki as a module in other applications. There is already an available Wakka module for Xoops, ChiWaWa is planning to develop a Wikka module for eGroupware, ArpY is offering the possibility to integrate Wikka in vB. I think we should welcome and encourage these contributions: we should not forget that one of the reasons why WikkaWiki is so popular among developers is mainly it's easy hackability (guess why nobody has tried to integrate TWiki or MediaWiki as a module in another application so far...)
-- DarTar (2005-01-10 23:47:06)
Comment by DarTar
2005-01-10 23:58:06
Oh, there is also a Wikka module for phpslash: http://phpslashforge.org/projects/psl-mod-wikka/
2005-01-11 13:03:36
There is a link to Bronzeworks.org that is a nice site but I couldn't understand where their Wikka Wiki is located.
Comment by DarTar
2005-01-11 16:28:39
It has disappeared, I've marked/masked bronzeworks as 404.
Comment by TimoK
2005-03-15 22:56:04
I changed the layout on the dafke-page a bit more, not sure if it's enough for "notable custom layout"...
Comment by JavaWoman
2005-03-16 01:31:08
TimoK,
IE is itself "notable" for its layout :) - but I could not resist playing with your stylesheet a bit. With this (insetad of what you have at the end) it won't look perfect in IE, but better (even in IE5); it will even look better in Mozilla, Netscape (especially Netscape 6) and Opera, and the borders "fit" better:
.header ul {
float: right;
width: 11em;
background: #9ab;
margin: 13px 9px 0 10px;
padding: 0;
}

.header li {
list-style-type: none;
line-height: 1.5em;
margin: 0;
padding-left: 4px;
width: 100%;
background:#9ab;
border: none;
border-left: 1px solid #000;
}

.header li a {display: block; margin: 0; padding: 0; width: 100%; height: 1.5em;}
.header li a:hover {background: #bcd;}
.header #bottom {border-bottom: 1px solid #000;}
Comment by TimoK
2005-03-16 06:38:20
I really love CSS - and I hate it's implementations.
I tried the above and yes, it looked better in IE 6, but the desired effect of the "cut out navigation" was lost in firefox.
I am delivering an extra css to IE now using conditional comments, in IE 6 it looks 'ok' now.
In Opera 7.54 the left border of the navigation box starts a few px to high, Netscape 7.2 has the same problem - which is kinda confusing since Firefox and Netscape are build upon the Gecko render engine. Anyhow, this little bit is not to much of a problem for me, especially since removing it 'kills' the desired effect in firefox completly.
I will fiddle with the CSS some more tomorrow or maybe later today, when my lectures are boring and the WLAN is working.
Thank you for the suggestions JavaWomen, I see you are skilled on this area too :)
(BTW: If anyone is missing one of the browsers mentioned, but wants to see what I mean, blog.ranta.info/files/tmp/ contains screenshots)
Comment by JavaWoman
2005-03-16 08:16:51
Hmm, Firefox is the only browser I didn't test - but I *did* test with Mozilla (1.7) assuming the rendering would be the same. There was a big difference in both IE5 (moving the list style to li instead of ul makes a big difference) and Netscape 6 though...
Still, I played with it only a little - I /think/ it should be possible to get a reasonable cross-browser solution. But hey, I just needed a break from hackin a sessions module ;-)
Comment by TimoK
2005-03-16 11:14:43
There must be a solution, actually I have one already, I just need to apply it completly, which might take a while since I don't have just a .html to change, but need to fiddle with formatters and stuff. the original idea is about a year old, I have a version working at ranta.info/old/dafke/ - which even in IE looks almost the same as in real browsers.
Comment by TimoK
2005-03-20 20:35:50
Ok, I got it working more or less now in IE too (tested with 5.01, 5.5 and IE6). It doesn't look as in real browsers, but it's acceptable for me.
There are still some slight differences on the borders between Firefox and Netscape 7, but I don't mind those either since it's a few pixels.
One thing that really puzzles me tho: On the page where I took the design from (see above comment) the hover effect is working in IE6 too, on the new page it isnt. If anyone wants to earn some incoming links (from my PR5 blog for example) and my eternal gratitude, enlighten me what I am missing there and how I can get the hover effect to work in IE too.
Comment by w107.z065104183.chi-il.dsl.cnc.net
2005-05-06 14:38:33
How does one get a site removed from this list? I'm not really happy about having a site listed that's intended for a specific audience only (people I tell about the stie). I do not want to have to password protect these.
Comment by dynamic141-182.tvk.torun.pl
2005-07-02 09:39:16
Sorry, there is a bug. We're ""TeaM-TL"" not ""Team-TL"". Please correct it.
Comment by DarTar
2005-07-02 17:04:56
fixed it, thanks :)
Comment by dynamic141-182.tvk.torun.pl
2005-07-03 10:20:49
Thanks too :) BTW Wikka Wakka Wiki is really nice wiki system! What about support to another language? For example polish language? :)
Comment by DarTar
2005-07-03 10:46:17
There has been a lively discussion on the best approach to adopt for l10n/i18n. We are currently working on making the whole code of Wikka compatible with a localized interface and to allow full unicode support, which is one of our goals for future releases. Take a look at this page to learn more: http://wikka.jsnx.com/WikkaInternationalization
Comment by DarTar
2005-08-20 17:13:53
In order to allow filtering, counting, broken-links checking and - optionally - displaying different kinds of statistics (by language, by type of website, by charset etc.) this list should be turned into a DB table. A form might be added to allow users to post detailed information about their Wikka-powered websites.
2006-02-10 16:54:47
sorry about that DarTar,
I thought edublogs.nl does not use WikkaWikki anymore,
I guess its integrated into Nucleus, but I don't speak Dutch ? (Is that dutch ?)
Comment by DarTar
2006-02-11 09:46:30
Yep, Edublogs speaks Dutch and it still uses Wikka as a backend:
http://www.edublogs.nl/wiki/SandBox/edit
Comment by EmeraldIsland
2006-08-11 17:17:42
Some links fail :
http://evolve.kermert.net/
http://theexperience.dyndns.org/wiki/wikka.php?wakka=Accueil
http://julien.dutant.free.fr/go/
...
I didn't test all the list, I was looking for my own website and it was not in it (maybe because of a customized rootpage, header and footer actions).
Comment by DarTar
2006-08-12 06:39:30
EmeraldIsland, thanks - I'll remove them from the list.
Comment by MvKozyrev
2007-03-01 11:42:42
Hello! I posted here my site - http://openstory.ru. It powered not only by Wikka Wiki. Main engenie is Wacko Wiki, but I adapted there many actions and classes from Wikka, and this job is not finished :-)
Comment by DrYukon
2010-04-07 00:06:11
MvKozyrev, googlanslate this text back in Russian, just for lulz, yeah! ))
Comment by MarkAshworth
2010-12-30 10:18:35
Please add mine :)
http://www.rsschomp.com and http://www.knowledgeofasia.com/directory/

Wikka got me up and running really fast for these! I love it.
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