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Instiki is a wiki clone with strong focus on ease of installation and running. Instiki makes wiki so easy, you’ll use it for many things — taking notes, brainstorming, organizing gatherings, etc… Basic features: Revisions: Follow changes on any page from birth. Easily rollback to an earlier revision Authors: Each revision is associated with an author, so you can see who changed what RSS feeds: track recently revised pages from an RSS aggregator

 

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