On a very recent AskNoah show I heard Noah and Steve comment that they were thinking that XWiki might be in their future. I did a search for recent wiki software and I also see that Wiki.js and Bookstack look impressive. I am always attracted to the simplicity of Tiddlywiki, but I need collaboration features.
Actually I am thinking that a very widely-useful and compelling work flow for general collaboration is to have a wiki that has a strong section devoted to “Latest additions” to the wiki, much like Discourse here features the latest posts along with a list of categories.
Most wikis I see, however, tend to focus on presenting tree or narrative of hyperlinks rather than a nice-looking “Recent additions” panel.
Does anyone have experience with Xwiki, WIki.js, Bookstack or other wiki software that they would care to recommend for workgroup collaboration?
I am thinking for example that the way that linuxreviews.com uses a wiki makes a lot of sense, but I can’t really figure out how they automate their front page to pick up the latest additions in each category. I guess they use mediawiki but I am thinking that’s probably not the way forward (?)