¶ 工具清单 - 文档/Wiki/Notes
Useful Wikis for Sysadmins – not to be confused with Wiki software.
- ArchWiki (opens new window) – Arch Linux Wiki which has really nice written articles valid for other distros.
- Gentoo Wiki (opens new window) - Gentoo Linux Wiki with a lot in-detail description of Linux components.
BookStack (opens new window) - BookStack is a simple, self-hosted, easy-to-use platform for organizing and storing information. It allows for documentation to be stored in a book like fashion. (Demo (opens new window), Source Code (opens new window))
django-wiki (opens new window) - Wiki system with complex functionality for simple integration and a superb interface. Store your knowledge with style: Use django models. (Demo (opens new window))
Dokuwiki (opens new window) - Easy to use, lightweight, standards-compliant wiki engine with a simple syntax allowing reading the data outside the wiki. All data is stored in plain files, therefore no database is required. (Source Code (opens new window))
Gitit (opens new window) - Wiki program that stores pages and uploaded files in a git repository, which can then be modified using the VCS command line tools or the wiki's web interface.
Gollum (opens new window) - Simple, Git-powered wiki with a sweet API and local frontend.
Mediawiki (opens new window) - MediaWiki is a free and open-source wiki software package written in PHP. It serves as the platform for Wikipedia and the other Wikimedia projects, used by hundreds of millions of people each month. (Source Code (opens new window))
PineDocs (opens new window) - Simple, fast, customizable and lightweight site for browsing files.
PmWiki (opens new window) - Wiki-based system for collaborative creation and maintenance of websites.
Raneto (opens new window) - Raneto is an open source Knowledgebase platform that uses static Markdown files to power your Knowledgebase.
TWiki (opens new window) - TWiki is a Perl-based structured wiki application, typically used to run a collaboration platform, knowledge or document management system, a knowledge base, or team portal. (Demo (opens new window), Source Code (opens new window))
XWiki (opens new window) - Second generation wiki that allows the user to extend its functionalities with a powerful extension-based architecture. (Demo (opens new window), Source Code (opens new window))
Docstore (opens new window) - Static document hosting without any server-side processing, does not require you to recompile every time you change an article. Clone the repository and add articles in the text/ directory to get started. (Source Code (opens new window))
markdown-tree (opens new window) - Serve a hierarchy / tree directory of markdown files. Use intended for small sites built in markdown.
Read the Docs (opens new window) - Host documentation, making it fully searchable and easy to find; import your docs using any major version control system, including Mercurial, Git, Subversion, and Bazaar. (Demo (opens new window), Source Code (opens new window))