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  • TWiki is developed as Free Software under the GNU/GPL.
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    • Not only that, everyone can EDIT anything, anywhere on a page.
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  • TWiki provides an intuitive way for people to meet and collaborate, that aspires to the Zen ideals known as WabiSabi. It finds beauty in the imperfect and ephemeral and constantly evolving. (When it comes down to it, that's all you need.)
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  • TWiki has its root in the GPLed JosWiki. Many thanks to Markus Peter and Dave Harris for creating JosWiki!
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  • The latest TWiki release is available from http://twiki.org/download.html
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  • Wiki wiki means quick in Hawai'ian. They call the shuttle at the Honolulu airport the wiki wiki bus.
  • TWiki is the short form of TakeFive Wiki . (Later on I found out that Twiki is the name of a robot in a Buck Rogers TV show in 1979)
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TWiki's parsing engine reads a text file, hyperlinks it, and converts it to standard HTML, on the fly. The point is to:
  • make editing text extremely simple (to see how simple, click on Edit link at the bottom of the page)
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In addition to being quick, URCS aspires to the Zen ideals known as WabiSabi. Zen finds beauty in the imperfect and ephemeral. When it comes down to it, that's all you need.

URCS is one of many WikiWikiClones; the first Wiki was built by Wiki:WardCummingham, http://c2.com/.

"TWiki" stands for...

  • Wiki wiki means "quick" in Hawaiian. They call the shuttle at Honolulu Airport the wiki wiki bus. Which is where the original Wiki Wiki Web got its name.
  • TWiki is short for TakeFive Wiki . (It was later found that Twiki is the name of a robot in a Buck Rogers TV show from 1979. That's his head.)

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  • WikiCulture talks about the unique type of collaboration Wiki systems offer.
  • WikiReferences has links to articles and books around collaboration and the Wiki technology in particular.
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  • URCS automatically signs new pages with your WikiName in case URCS is running on an Intranet where you log in. In case your URCS installation does not authenticate users, URCS does not know about user names, all contributors have the user name TWikiGuest.
  • TWiki's source code is available upon request, see http://TWiki.org/download.html
  • This URCS version is TWiki-6.0.2, Sun, 29 Nov 2015, build 29687 .
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  • TWiki is the short form of TakeFive Wiki . (Later on I found out that Twiki is the name of a robot in a Buck Rogers TV show in 1979)

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  • make the text editing process very simple ( click on the Edit link at the bottom of the page )
 
  • and to find information fast ( WebSearch ).

What does the name TWiki stand for?

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  • TWiki is the short form of TakeFive Wiki . (Later on I found out that Twiki is the name of a robot in a Buck Rogers TV show in 1979)
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  • TWiki's source code is available upon request, see http://TWiki.SourceForge.net/download.html
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TWiki is a cgi-bin script written in Perl. It reads a text file, hyperlinks it and converteds it to HTML on the fly. The point is to:

  • make the text editing process a very simple ( click on the Edit link at the bottom of the page )
  • and to find information fast ( WebSearch ).

What does the name TWiki stand for?

  • Wiki wiki means quick in Hawai'ian. They call the shuttle at the Honolulu airport the wiki wiki bus.
  • TWiki is the short form of TakeFive Wiki . (Later on I found out that Twiki is the name of a robot in a Buck Rogers TV show in 1979)

TWiki is one of many WikiWikiClones, the first one was built by Ward Cummingham.

Topics of interest:

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  • TWiki automatically signs new pages with your WikiName in case TWiki is running on an Intranet where you log in. In case your TWiki installation does not authenticate users, TWiki does not know about user names, all visitors have the user name TWikiGuest.
  • TWiki's source code is available upon request, see http://www.mindspring.com/~peterthoeny/twiki/index.html
  • This TWiki version is TWiki-6.0.2, Sun, 29 Nov 2015, build 29687 .

-- PeterThoeny - 10 Jan 1999

 
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