You can use a CMS for your requirement. For e.g.: Drupal CMS(
). Blog and forum module are the features available by
default with Drupal project. You can extend the functionality of the default
modules with other contributed modules available at
. For wiki functionality there are 15 odd
modules with different configurations and features. Other good things with
drupal is the large community which actively contributes new modules and
patches existing modules making it a No. 1 choice for building virtually
Siva Kumar Epari
On Mon, Nov 1, 2010 at 12:55 PM, Abhijith V R <haxter.fs(a)gmail.com> wrote:
hi fsf buddies,
I've got a project requirement from one of my clients, that they require a
wikipedia like repository + blogging + forum + other popular site
Considering their requirements I've decided to take up, TIKIWIKI one of the
popular applications available (as "mediawiki" doesn't have a pleasing
interface and not much expandable).
I need suggestions from ma community guys, regarding other such
applications Or please let me know if anyone here, who could help me out
with this project and its future upgrades using tikiwiki. Myself is new to
tikiwiki, but i preferred it as it had a huge list of features.
Expecting a quick response.
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