Wikis empower users to collaborate with each other using prose. Users imprint data structures and processes onto wiki pages using social and technical conventions.
There are several wikis out there, from the widly popular MediaWiki to less-known alternatives such as GeboGebo or Sycamore. So many of them in fact, that most people cannot really distinguish one from another. While offering all the features wiki users have come to get used to (easy edition, page history, rich text editor), XWiki stands out as one of the… (More)
XWiki Concerto is a research project aiming at evolving the open-source XWiki engine toward a P2P architecture supporting mobility, offline work and replication of content across a large number of peers. This research brings XWiki the capacity to (i) run on a fault tolerant P2P architecture allowing to scale to millions of users using a secure solution… (More)