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InterSiteFeatures

Features that support integration with other wikis and other sites – mainly various forms of data syndication, but may also include integration of interfaces or user sharing.


Links

InterLink

InterLinks are links to other wikis. Most WikiEngines support InterLinks. They have the form: TargetWiki:TargetPage.

IntermapWalking

Automate going from wiki to wiki to wiki to locate a wiki by a short name.

PublicallyEditableIntermap

The idea is to have an Intermap that the public can edit. That means that the system administrator doesn’t have to edit a static intermap.txt file.

See InterLink for more information about intermaps.

NearLink

The NearLink is a way to link to a page on another wiki, without having to name the other wiki, or provide a URL to it.

NearSearch

Makes it so that you can perform a text search on both the immediate wiki, and “Near” wiki.

LocalNames

LoclaNames are aliases for URLs.

Syndication

PerPageRss

Sometimes, you come across an interesting page on a wiki you don’t use a whole lot. You’re not particularly interested in the wiki. But the particular page holds facination for you. Perhaps it is a particularly good essay, or an important table. You want to know when it changes.

UnifiedRecentChanges

UnifiedRecentChanges, a feature that is commonly implemented, is the ability to join the RecentChanges list from several wiki, and bind them together into one presentation.

NearRecentChanges

NearRecentChanges is an idea that helps people on one wiki see what’s happening on another wiki. When the first group of people looks at their RecentChanges page, they would also see not only their own changes, but their neighbors’ changes as well.

TrackBack

Wiki pages to support blog-style trackbacks. This allows for remote cross-site notification of added Urls.

PingBack

PingBack is a protocol for remote cross-site notification of added URLs.

RatedChangeCollector

A news medium must be able to provide you with the possibility to hear about many, many news events each day, but must also allow you to filter in some way since you will not have time to read all of the news.

RdfForWiki

The ability to maintain RDF within the wiki. The ability to write RDF (or simplified RDF) assertions within a wiki page.

RdfWikiNodes

WikiNodes:WikiNodes gain an associated RDF (of something like RDF) form, that make it so you can make software tools to help you find wiki nodes, and learn the arrangement of wiki nodes.

EventCasting

Pings an IntComm:EventServer whenever anything interesting happens.

Machine services

MachineServices

A wiki with “machine services” is able to talk to other wiki and even other software.

MachineReadablePages

The idea that you have some pages which are easy (by some method) for other wiki and programs to read.

XmlRpcWikiInterface

A wiki with an interface to the outer world by XmlRpc. WikiPedia:XML-RPC, Wiki:XmlRpc .

WebDav

WebDAV stands for “Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning” (sound familiar?). Sometimes just called “DAV”, it’s an extension of HTTP to allow multiple parties to update and maintain Web resources.

InterWikiUrnNamespace

The idea is to use the framework defined by RFC 2141 (Uniform Resource Names) and RFC 2611 (URN Namespace Definition Mechanisms) to create an URN namespace for Wiki resources.

Standards

InterLink

InterLinks are links to other wikis. Most WikiEngines support InterLinks. They have the form: TargetWiki:TargetPage.

NearLink

The NearLink is a way to link to a page on another wiki, without having to name the other wiki, or provide a URL to it.

RdfForWiki

The ability to maintain RDF within the wiki. The ability to write RDF (or simplified RDF) assertions within a wiki page.

XmlRpcWikiInterface

A wiki with an interface to the outer world by XmlRpc. WikiPedia:XML-RPC, Wiki:XmlRpc .

InterWikiUrnNamespace

The idea is to use the framework defined by RFC 2141 (Uniform Resource Names) and RFC 2611 (URN Namespace Definition Mechanisms) to create an URN namespace for Wiki resources.

WikiMarkupStandard

Every single wiki engine, and often even different sites using the same engine, use different TextFormattingRules. This is about making a “standard” for this, so that they can all use the same markup.

StandardPages

Standard pages are pages that are “standard” across multiple wiki. FrontPage and RecentChanges are two prominant examples. If you have seen the MeatBall:WikiTourBus, then you may know of the MeatBall:BusStop standard page as well.

AutomaticFeatureInstall

We can design our WikiEngines in interoperable ways.

Once that is done, it is not terribly difficult to fetch the code for a new feature from a trusted source, install it, and let users use it, all automatically.

Other

ContentSync

For PersonalWikis of dialip users it may be interesting to have a public Wiki but maintain the pages in an offline installation. A special synchronization feature then would ease uploading of updated content in a bursty fashion (instead of having to walk over dozens of textareas).

HotsyncWikiToPalm

The project consists of a way to sync the Palm memos with a wiki. “Sync” means doing the right thing:

  • if one copy is changed and the other isn’t, the unchanged one gets overwritten
  • If both are changed, the system does something nondestructive.

IrcInclusion

IRC conversations can be easily included in a wiki.

MarkupEmulation

Besides every engines choosen (more or less WikiMarkupStandard compliant) markup, some may choose to support foreign engines TextFormattingRules.

MobileContent

Mobile Content is content that is easy to move from wiki to wiki.

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