Which is the best Ruby Wiki system like implemented so far?

I starting a Knowlege Manament project and would like to have as
reference the best "Wiki" system implemented using Ruby.

This project is intended to use a non linear Wiki system like
TiddlyWiki (see http://www.tiddlywiki.com) and also a full cosmology
implementation of the Personal Brain functionality (see
http://www.thebrain.com).

I have looked around about some, but it semeed to me not be able to
know its current status e.g. instiki. So can anybody help me on that?

Roberto Nogueira

I starting a Knowlege Manament project and would like to have as
reference the best "Wiki" system implemented using Ruby.

Define best :slight_smile:
Seriously, what are you after? Different wikis will give you different
things, you should decide what's a better fit.

This project is intended to use a non linear Wiki system like
TiddlyWiki (see http://www.tiddlywiki.com) and also a full cosmology
implementation of the Personal Brain functionality (see
http://www.thebrain.com).

<personal advert alert>Try Pimki (http://pimki.rubyforge.org),
specifically the Pimki2 preview with graphviz installed: it's got some
GTD aspects and some basic hyberbolic context mapping. On the other
hand it assumes an audience of one - there's always a tradeoff :slight_smile:
<personal advert alert>

Cheers,
Assaph

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On 9/4/06, zoat <enogrob@hotmail.com> wrote: