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- Andy's PHP Knowledgebase
- Andy's PHP Knowledgebase is a database-driven knowledge base management system. It features bookmark friendly URLs, easy search with browsing by category, article submission, and a professional and attractive interface. It is intended to be used to store, manage, and update article content for a knowledge base, but is very customizable and enables any number of creative uses.
- Blackarts is a collection of Perl scripts that lets you input text into a quick and dirty knowledge base. It's designed to save information that arrives as email but never gets recorded in a way that's easily accessible later on. The program creates mail gateways to multiple document repositories with tables of contents, sections, and section crosslinking. It's particularly valuable as a documentation tool for a small company or association.
- CherryPy is a pythonic, object-oriented HTTP framework. CherryPy allows developers to build web applications in much the same way they would build any other object-oriented Python program. This results in smaller source code developed in less time.
- Fle3 is a web-based learning environment. To be more specific Fle3 is a server software for computer supported collaborative learning (CSCL). Fle3 has tools for teachers and administrators to manage users and courses; The administrator may also export and import the content of the Fle3 database in XML format (compatible with the Educational Modelling Language - EML). There are also three specific tools for learning. With the Fle3 Knowledge Building tool groups can store their thoughts into a shared database. Fle3 WebTops store different items (documents, files, links, knowledge building notes) related to their studies, organize them to folders and share them with others. Fle3 Jamming tool is a shared space for collaborative construction of digital artifacts (pictures, text, audio, video). A study group can work with digital artifacts by simply uploading and downloading files. Versions are tracked automatically and different versions are displayed graphically.
- GNOWSYS is an acronym for "Gnowledge Networking and Organizing SYStem." It is a web based object oriented database server with each object provided by an unique URL. GNOWSYS is a tool to construct and store persistently a Gnowledge Base (GB). The GB consists of the following three groups of constructor classes (system and temporal classes under development):
PredicateGroup: relationType, relation, functionType, function
Object Group: metaType, class, object (with
provision to have classes and objects of declarative,
procedural, encapsulated, temporal etc.)
Structure Group: systemType, system, flowType, flow, processType,
GNOWSYS indexes data and metadata of objects in a catalogue for faster queries. Optionally, data can remain anywhere on the Internet (only the metadata stays in the database). Surrogates of procedures (classes, functions, and system calls) can also be installed in the database as special objects. These procedures execute as web services, so users can design applications without writing program in any programming language by specifying the semantics of a program and mapping the elements of the program to the surrogates of procedures is sufficient for GNOWSYS to test the application design.
- Hatta Wiki
- Hatta is a wiki engine Ã¢â¬â software that lets you run a wiki. It requires no configuration and can be easily started in any Mercurial repository. Hatta's pages are just plain text files (and also images, binaries, etc.) in some directory in your repository. For example, you can put it in your project's "docs" directory to keep documentation. The files can be edited both from the wiki or with a text editor Ã¢â¬â in either case the changes committed to the repository will appear in the recent changes and in page's history.
- Mapnik is a toolkit for developing GIS applications. At the core is a C++ shared library providing algorithms/patterns for spatial data access and visualization. Essentially a collection of geographic objects (map, layer, datasource, feature, and geometry), the library doesn't rely on "windowing systems" and can be deployed in any server environment. It is intended to play fair in a multi-threaded environment and is aimed primarily, but not exclusively, at Web-based development. High-level Python bindings (boost.python) facilitate rapid application development, targeting zope3, django, etc.
- MedusWiki is a Python Wiki engine intended to be used as a personal knowledge management system. It uses Topic Maps (XTM) to store metadata, meaningful associations could be created between wiki pages. Zope Page Templates (ZPT) are used to produce HTML.
- Semantic MediaWiki
- Semantic MediaWiki lets you store and query data within the wiki's pages and is also a full-fledged framework, in conjunction with many spinoff extensions, that can turn a wiki into a powerful and flexible “collaborative database”. All data created within SMW can easily be published via the Semantic Web, allowing other systems to use this data seamlessly.
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