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 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiSite (r1.21 - 12 May 2002 - MikeMannix?)
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  • TWikiPages? is a quick and concentrated look at the TWiki core
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 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiSite (r1.20 - 12 May 2002 - MikeMannix?)
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TWiki is a powerful Web enhancement...

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TWiki is an UNUSUAL Web-based collaboration platform

  • There's no doubt that, to most people, TWiki at first seems almost the opposite of how the Web and online communications "normally" work. Why?
    • TWiki operates like a whiteboard for the Web - it lets you and all other users write, place pictures and post links, anywhere on any page.
    • Not only that, everyone can EDIT anything, anywhere on a page.
    • At first, this may seem "too" open - it soon becomes second-nature, allowing you the freedom to edit and update the way you want to.
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TWiki is a powerful Web enhancement...

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NOTE: If you have to log-in to usr TWiki, for example, if Twiki is running on an intranet, it automatically signs pages you edit and create with your WikiName. If your TWiki installation doesn't require a log-in, TWiki gives everyone the same username: TWikiGuest.
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ALERT! If you have to log-in to use TWiki, for example, if Twiki is running on an intranet, it automatically signs pages you edit and create with your WikiName. If your TWiki installation doesn't require a log-in, TWiki gives everyone the same username: TWikiGuest.
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 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiSite (r1.19 - 29 Dec 2001 - MikeMannix?)
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  • A TWiki site is a easy-to-use, full-featured open communication environment:
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  • A TWiki site is an easy-to-use, full-featured open communications environment:
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    • everything works through a regular Web browser
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    • all you need is a Web browser and any available network connection
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  • TWiki provides an intuitive way to meet and collaborate, that aspires to the Zen ideals known as WabiSabi. It finds beauty in the imperfect and ephemeral and constantly evolving. When it comes down to it, that's all you need.
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  • TWiki provides an intuitive way for people to meet and collaborate, that aspires to the Zen ideals known as WabiSabi. It finds beauty in the imperfect and ephemeral and constantly evolving. (When it comes down to it, that's all you need.)
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  • TWiki is short for TakeFive Wiki from the name of the company where its founder worked. (It was later discovered that Twiki is also the name of an AI robot that co-starred in the Buck Rogers... movie and TV show from 1979 - its head is in the logo.)
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  • TWiki is short for TakeFive Wiki, the name of the company where its founder worked. (It was later discovered that Twiki is also the name of an AI robot that co-starred in the Buck Rogers... movie and TV series from 1979 - see TWiki in the logo.)
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  • TWikiPages? tells you how to do administrative things, like renaming topics.
  • TWikiHistory timelines TWiki's development.
  • TWikiPlannedFeatures lists of approved additions to future TWiki versions.
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  • TWikiSite provides a basic big picture overview of the TWiki platform
  • TWikiPages? is a quick and concentrated look at the TWiki core
  • TWikiPlannedFeatures lists approved additions to future TWiki versions.
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NOTE: If you have to log-in to us TWiki, for example, if Twiki is running on an intranet, it automatically signs new pages with your WikiName. If your TWiki installation doesn't require a log-in, TWiki gives everyone the same username: TWikiGuest.
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NOTE: If you have to log-in to usr TWiki, for example, if Twiki is running on an intranet, it automatically signs pages you edit and create with your WikiName. If your TWiki installation doesn't require a log-in, TWiki gives everyone the same username: TWikiGuest.
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-- MikeMannix? - 01 Dec 2001

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 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiSite (r1.18 - 02 Dec 2001 - MikeMannix?)
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TWiki is a Web-based collaboration tool

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TWiki is a Web-based collaboration platform


 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiSite (r1.17 - 02 Dec 2001 - MikeMannix?)
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TWiki is trademarked to Peter Thoeny, originator and lead developer.

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TWikiTM is a trademark of PeterThoeny, originator and lead developer.

  • TWiki is developed as Free Software under the GNU/GPL
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Last updated: MikeMannix? - 30 Oct 2001

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 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiSite (r1.16 - 31 Oct 2001 - MikeMannix?)
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  • A TWiki site is a simple, satisfying, full-featured open communication environment:
    • people anywhere online can meet
    • rich Web text, images, online multimedia are easily shared
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  • A TWiki site is a easy-to-use, full-featured open communication environment:
    • people anywhere on the Web or on an intranet can meet
    • rich Web text, images, and online multimedia are easily shared
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TWiki is written in Perl...

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TWiki is a powerful Web enhancement...

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  • TWiki's parsing engine reads a text file, hyperlinks it, and converts TWiki shorthand into standard HTML, on the fly. The point is to:
    • make editing text extremely simple (to see how simple, click on the Edit link at the bottom of the page)
    • let you find information fast (WebSearch).
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  • TWiki's parsing engine is written in Perl. It reads a text file, and converts TWiki shorthand into standard HTML, on the fly. The point is to:
    • make adding and editing text simple (How simple? Click on the Edit link at the bottom of the page...)
    • let you find information fast (WebSearch)
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  • In addition to being quick, as a meeting and colloboration space, TWiki aspires to the Zen ideals known as WabiSabi. Zen finds beauty in the imperfect and ephemeral. When it comes down to it, that's all you need.
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  • TWiki provides an intuitive way to meet and collaborate, that aspires to the Zen ideals known as WabiSabi. It finds beauty in the imperfect and ephemeral and constantly evolving. When it comes down to it, that's all you need.
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  • TWiki is short for TakeFive Wiki. (It was later discovered that Twiki is also the name of an AI robot that co-starred in the Buck Rogers... movie and TV show from 1979 - its head is in the logo.)
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  • TWiki is short for TakeFive Wiki from the name of the company where its founder worked. (It was later discovered that Twiki is also the name of an AI robot that co-starred in the Buck Rogers... movie and TV show from 1979 - its head is in the logo.)
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  • TWikiPages? tells you how to do administrative things, like renaming topics.
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  • TWikiPages? tells you how to do administrative things, like renaming topics.
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NOTE: TWiki automatically signs new pages with your WikiName when TWiki is running on an intranet. If your TWiki installation doesn't require a log-in, TWiki treats all contributors the same - everyone gets the same username: TWikiGuest.
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NOTE: If you have to log-in to us TWiki, for example, if Twiki is running on an intranet, it automatically signs new pages with your WikiName. If your TWiki installation doesn't require a log-in, TWiki gives everyone the same username: TWikiGuest.
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  • This TWiki version is 01 Feb 2003.
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  • This site is powered by TWiki version 01 Feb 2003.
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Last updated: MikeMannix? - 30 Oct 2001


 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiSite (r1.15 - 14 Sep 2001 - MikeMannix?)
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  • A TWiki site is an easy-to-use, satisfying open communication environment where...
    • people anywhere on the Internet can meet,
    • share rich Web text, images, online multimedia,
    • do it all through a regular Web browser.
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  • A TWiki site is a simple, satisfying, full-featured open communication environment:
    • people anywhere online can meet
    • rich Web text, images, online multimedia are easily shared
    • documents and other files can be uploaded and downloaded
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TWiki's parsing engine reads a text file, hyperlinks it, and converts it to standard HTML, on the fly. The point is to:

  • make editing text extremely simple (to see how simple, click on Edit link at the bottom of the page)
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  • TWiki's parsing engine reads a text file, hyperlinks it, and converts TWiki shorthand into standard HTML, on the fly. The point is to:
    • make editing text extremely simple (to see how simple, click on the Edit link at the bottom of the page)
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In addition to being quick, TWiki aspires to the Zen ideals known as WabiSabi. Zen finds beauty in the imperfect and ephemeral. When it comes down to it, that's all you need.

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  • In addition to being quick, as a meeting and colloboration space, TWiki aspires to the Zen ideals known as WabiSabi. Zen finds beauty in the imperfect and ephemeral. When it comes down to it, that's all you need.
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TWiki is one of many WikiWikiClones; the first Wiki was built by Wiki:WardCummingham, http://c2.com/.

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  • Wiki wiki means "quick" in Hawaiian. They call the shuttle at Honolulu Airport the wiki wiki bus. Which is where the original Wiki Wiki Web got its name.
  • TWiki is short for TakeFive Wiki . (It was later found that Twiki is the name of a robot in a Buck Rogers TV show from 1979. That's his head.)
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  • Wiki wiki means "quick" in Hawaiian. The shuttle at Honolulu Airport is called the wiki wiki bus, which is where the original Wiki web got its name.
  • TWiki is short for TakeFive Wiki. (It was later discovered that Twiki is also the name of an AI robot that co-starred in the Buck Rogers... movie and TV show from 1979 - its head is in the logo.)
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Note: TWiki automatically signs new pages with your WikiName in case TWiki is running on an intranet where you log in. In case your TWiki installation does not authenticate users, TWiki does not know about usernames, and all contributors become TWikiGuest.
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NOTE: TWiki automatically signs new pages with your WikiName when TWiki is running on an intranet. If your TWiki installation doesn't require a log-in, TWiki treats all contributors the same - everyone gets the same username: TWikiGuest.
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 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiSite (r1.14 - 01 Sep 2001 - MikeMannix?)
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  • TWikiAdministration? tells you how to do administrative stuff, like renaming or deleting a topic.
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  • ManagingWebs tells you how to do administrative stuff, like renaming or deleting a topic.
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 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiSite (r1.13 - 30 Aug 2001 - MikeMannix?)
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The TWiki web is a web-based collaboration tool.

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TWiki is a Web-based collaboration tool

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TWiki is a cgi-bin script written in Perl. It reads a text file, hyperlinks it and converts it to HTML on the fly. The point is to:

  • make the text editing process very simple ( click on the Edit link at the bottom of the page )
  • and to find information fast ( WebSearch ).
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  • A TWiki site is an easy-to-use, satisfying open communication environment where...
    • people anywhere on the Internet can meet,
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In addition to being quick, TWiki also aspires to Zen ideals generally labeled WabiSabi. Zen finds beauty in the imperfect and ephemeral. When it comes down to it, that's all you need.

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What does the name TWiki stand for?

  • Wiki wiki means quick in Hawai'ian. They call the shuttle at the Honolulu airport the wiki wiki bus.
  • TWiki is the short form of TakeFive Wiki . (Later on I found out that Twiki is the name of a robot in a Buck Rogers TV show in 1979)
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TWiki's parsing engine reads a text file, hyperlinks it, and converts it to standard HTML, on the fly. The point is to:

  • make editing text extremely simple (to see how simple, click on Edit link at the bottom of the page)
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TWiki is one of many WikiWikiClones; the first one was built by Wiki:WardCummingham, http://c2.com/

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In addition to being quick, TWiki aspires to the Zen ideals known as WabiSabi. Zen finds beauty in the imperfect and ephemeral. When it comes down to it, that's all you need.

TWiki is one of many WikiWikiClones; the first Wiki was built by Wiki:WardCummingham, http://c2.com/.

"TWiki" stands for...

  • Wiki wiki means "quick" in Hawaiian. They call the shuttle at Honolulu Airport the wiki wiki bus. Which is where the original Wiki Wiki Web got its name.
  • TWiki is short for TakeFive Wiki . (It was later found that Twiki is the name of a robot in a Buck Rogers TV show from 1979. That's his head.)

Selected TWiki Topics...

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  • TWiki automatically signs new pages with your WikiName in case TWiki is running on an Intranet where you log in. In case your TWiki installation does not authenticate users, TWiki does not know about user names, all contributors have the user name TWikiGuest.
  • TWiki's source code is available upon request, see http://TWiki.org/download.html
  • This TWiki version is 01 Feb 2003 .
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Note: TWiki automatically signs new pages with your WikiName in case TWiki is running on an intranet where you log in. In case your TWiki installation does not authenticate users, TWiki does not know about usernames, and all contributors become TWikiGuest.
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TWiki is trademarked to Peter Thoeny, originator and lead developer.

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 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiSite (r1.12 - 27 Jul 2001 - PeterThoeny?)
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TWiki is one of many WikiWikiClones; the first one was built by Ward Cummingham, http://c2.com/

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TWiki is one of many WikiWikiClones; the first one was built by Wiki:WardCummingham, http://c2.com/

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  • WikiReferences has links to articles and books around collaboration and the Wiki technology in particular.

 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiSite (r1.11 - 03 Feb 2001 - PeterThoeny?)
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In addition to being quick, TWiki also aspires to Zen ideals generally labeled WabiSabi. Zen finds beauty in the imperfect and ephemeral. When it comes down to it, that's all you need.


 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiSite (r1.10 - 21 Jan 2001 - PeterThoeny?)
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 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiSite (r1.9 - 09 Nov 2000 - PeterThoeny?)
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  • TWiki automatically signs new pages with your WikiName in case TWiki is running on an Intranet where you log in. In case your TWiki installation does not authenticate users, TWiki does not know about user names, all visitors have the user name TWikiGuest.
  • TWiki's source code is available upon request, see http://TWiki.SourceForge.net/download.html
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  • TWiki automatically signs new pages with your WikiName in case TWiki is running on an Intranet where you log in. In case your TWiki installation does not authenticate users, TWiki does not know about user names, all contributors have the user name TWikiGuest.
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 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiSite (r1.8 - 05 Nov 2000 - PeterThoeny?)
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  • WikiCulture talks about the unique type of collaboration Wiki systems offer.

 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiSite (r1.7 - 09 Sep 2000 - PeterThoeny?)
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 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiSite (r1.6 - 21 Aug 2000 - PeterThoeny?)
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The TWiki web is a web based collaboration tool.

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TWiki is a cgi-bin script written in Perl. It reads a text file, hyperlinks it and converteds it to HTML on the fly. The point is to:

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TWiki is a cgi-bin script written in Perl. It reads a text file, hyperlinks it and converts it to HTML on the fly. The point is to:

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TWiki is one of many WikiWikiClones; the first one was built by Ward Cummingham.

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    • TWikiUpgradeNotes?
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 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiSite (r1.5 - 19 Aug 2000 - PeterThoeny?)
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  • TWikiUsers? has a list of all TWiki users.
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 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiSite (r1.4 - 01 May 2000 - PeterThoeny?)
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 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiSite (r1.3 - 22 Apr 2000 - PeterThoeny?)
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  • TWiki automatically signs new pages with your WikiName in case TWiki is running on an Intranet where you log in. In case your TWiki installation does not authenticate users, TWiki does not know about user names, all visitors have the user name TWikiGuest.
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 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiSite (r1.2 - 05 Apr 2000 - PeterThoeny?)
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 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiSite (r1.1 - 13 Jun 1999 - Main.thoeny)
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The TWiki web is a web based collaboration tool.

TWiki is a cgi-bin script written in Perl. It reads a text file, hyperlinks it and converteds it to HTML on the fly. The point is to:

  • make the text editing process a very simple ( click on the Edit link at the bottom of the page )
  • and to find information fast ( WebSearch ).

What does the name TWiki stand for?

  • Wiki wiki means quick in Hawai'ian. They call the shuttle at the Honolulu airport the wiki wiki bus.
  • TWiki is the short form of TakeFive Wiki . (Later on I found out that Twiki is the name of a robot in a Buck Rogers TV show in 1979)

TWiki is one of many WikiWikiClones, the first one was built by Ward Cummingham.

Topics of interest:

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  • TWiki automatically signs new pages with your WikiName in case TWiki is running on an Intranet where you log in. In case your TWiki installation does not authenticate users, TWiki does not know about user names, all visitors have the user name TWikiGuest.
  • TWiki's source code is available upon request, see http://www.mindspring.com/~peterthoeny/twiki/index.html
  • This TWiki version is 01 Feb 2003 .

-- PeterThoeny? - 10 Jan 1999


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Revision r1.1 - 13 Jun 1999 - 07:21 GMT - Main.thoeny
Revision r1.21 - 12 May 2002 - 19:04 GMT - MikeMannix?
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