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What is TWiki?
A leading open source enterprise wiki and web application platform used by 50,000 small businesses, many Fortune 500 companies, and millions of people.
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Public TWiki Sites - Some Samples

TWiki as an Open Source Enterprise Wiki and Web Application Platform is primarily designed to be used at the workplace. Millions of people in over 50,000 organizations use TWiki at work, from small deployments to some large ones that have several 100,000 pages and over 10,000 users. There are also many public TWiki sites.

See also: What is TWiki, TWiki screenshots, TWiki.org Blog, Social Media and Structured Wikis at Work - Enterprise Collaboration for Millennials

Small sample of publicly accessible TWiki sites

Visit site NIST Smart Grid collaboration site Visit site NIST Cloud Computing site
Visit site Large TWiki at CERN in Geneva (see case study) Visit site LHCb Detector TWiki of LHC (Large Hadron Collider) at CERN
Visit site TWiki with nice skin about shamanism, Brazil Visit site Nice case study of a public TWiki. Look for the PDF in "Future Melbourne Wiki Post-Implementation Review" section.
Visit site Nice example of skinned TWiki Visit site Android on ATMEL SAM9 products wiki (nice skin)
Visit site Open Science Grid Operations wiki, Indiana University (TWiki used for real time Grid monitoring and problem tracking) Visit site Bioinformatics and Biostatistics Core Facility, EPFL, Switzerland
Visit site XP Days Germany, conference for Agile Software Development and Extreme Programming Visit site TWiki site for both licensees and mod developers of the Unreal Engine game platform
Visit site International Virtual Observatory Alliance wiki Visit site TWiki of Daya Bay Nuclear Power Plant, Shenzhen, Guangdong, China
Visit site Research wiki by Jeffrey Barrick, postdoctoral fellow at Michigan State University Visit site AlertSite documentation
Visit site NAPA-WINE - Network-Aware P2P-TV Application over Wise Networks Visit site Iris encyclopedia TWiki of The American Iris Society - now with 55% or 43,000 cultivars, 33,518 images
Visit site Bio Wiki - collaborative TWiki with custom skin Visit site Computer Science TWiki, University of Illinois
Visit site Olympics Programming MIPT, custom skin, Russian content Visit site IBM Tivoli Directory Integrator Users Group
Visit site SENAD, Prevention of Drug Abuse for Educators in Public Schools, Distance learning, University of Brazil Visit site Orchesta of Technischen Universität Braunschweig, Germany
Visit site CROSS, an Infrastructure for Certification and Re-engineering of Open Source Software Visit site Professor Eben Moglen's Columbia Course Wiki
Visit site Project Lean Entreprise, Institut Lean France Visit site UTFSM Computer Systems Research Group, Universidad Federico Santa Maria, Chile
Visit site National Nanofabrication Centre, CeNSE, IISC, Bangalore, India Visit site Growth Acceleration Program (PAC) wiki, government of Brazil
Visit site Offices for Science, ESO (European Southern Observatory) Visit site CurriculumHub to promote sustainable education for the next generation, Veggie Van

-- Contributor: PeterThoeny - 2015-11-16


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