If I could live entirely in Emacs, I would. But... I now have to collaborate with others on a shared wiki and my team requires a web interface to edit pages.
So I need to select a wiki engine. Ideally, while my team can update pages though the web, I would be able to do the same, entirely from within Emacs. The features I am looking for broadly include:
- Open source and self-hosted
- Git based wiki that I can checkout and archive locally, pulling changes and pushing updates as I go. Bonus points if it works with
- Access and edit via Emacs org-mode. If the entire wiki could live on my computer as a single
org-modedocument, that would be fantastic!
- Easily install the wiki engine locally on my mac for config/testing and then easily porting this to the production server for deployment
- Bootstrap themes available
- Supported with a healthy developer community
- Flat file architecture. I don't want to mess with databases