GetWiki (GetWiki.net) is interactive PHP/MySQL collaboration software, and the concept of "getting wiki" with interactive websites, originated by M.R.M. Parrott. As the overview explains, GetWiki introduces indexing with Facets and Categories, content-driven Atom/XML Syndication, and XML import of individual articles from any other Wiki-site offering XML export. GetWiki also uses XHTML and CSS document and accessibility standards and high content security features.
"GetWiki" is also a Wiki with Positive Point of View articles at GetWiki.net. It is a collaboration website focused on diverse intellectual topics, from Philosophy to Technology, Humanities and Sciences, including interactive applications like SOHOdb and GetWiki, and many other subjects. The Wiki is also a combination of technical support and discussion forum for the GetWiki collaboration software and interwiki theory in general, and sports the same features deployed on all GetWiki Wikis, such as XML import of individual articles, with XHTML and CSS document and accessibility standards.
The GetWiki software was first released in January, 2004 by M.R.M. Parrott, philosopher and novelist, and developer of SOHOdb and other applications. The software was partially released under a Creative Commons License for the images and some of the code (despite numerous, hollow legal threats from "Pseudopedia" co-founder and surrogates). The original idea was to add an XML import function to an existing export feature, for cross-importing. GetWiki 1.0 then emerged through numerous customizations and new directions. The current stable release of GetWiki is 1.0, while 2.0, a whole new social-networking platform, is powering the GetWiki.net, but yet unreleased.
- GetWiki:Overview - interesting features in GetWiki
- GetWiki:InterWiki - theory, proposals, ideas between versions
- GetWiki.net - official ibiblio hosted website
- GetWiki on KillerStartups
- GetWiki on Facebook
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