__/ [Al Dykes] on Thursday 09 February 2006 03:21 \__
> I'm just learning PHP and web server stuff and woudl like to get a
> WiKi going for use with a very modest number pf pages and very low
> activity. I want to run it on a cheap shared host LAMP service.
> I don't need a real database behind it.
> I looked at the similar discussions here and none of the
> recommendations look right. I took a look at phpwiki and it's
> obviously for much larger applications and a bit much for this
I personally use an old(er) version of phpwiki (3 installations in fact).
It is simple, lightweight (thus easy to hack) and was intuitive enough for
my parents to pick up immediately. I am assuming that the last thing you
need is for visitors to be overwhelmed by complexity. Although I have not
run any other Wiki package as an administrators (only as a user), I would
go ahead and recommend phpwiki before it became more bloated and overcom-
Hope it helps,
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