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[http://mediawiki.org MediaWiki] is the wiki software that powers many of the world's most well-known wikis, including [http://en.wikipedia.org Wikipedia] and [http://wikitravel.org/en/Main_Page WikiTravel]; it is also used by many wiki hosting sites, including Wikia. In our opinion, it is also the best wiki software available - free, open source, robust, reliable and internationalized.
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==General Information==
 
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'''Semantic MediaWiki''' is an open-source extension to [[MediaWiki]] that allows you to store ''semantic data'' in pages - database - like data that can be queried and aggregated. This is done through special markup tags; it is recommended that these tags be stored in templates.
Semantic MediaWiki is an open-source extension to MediaWiki that allows you to store ''semantic data'' in pages - database-like data that can be queried and aggregated. This is done through special markup tags; it is recommended that these tags be stored in templates.
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For much more information about Semantic MediaWiki, including a full guide for both users and administrators, see [http://semantic-mediawiki.org/wiki/Semantic_MediaWiki the Semantic MediaWiki homepage].
 
For much more information about Semantic MediaWiki, including a full guide for both users and administrators, see [http://semantic-mediawiki.org/wiki/Semantic_MediaWiki the Semantic MediaWiki homepage].
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==See also:==
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* [[MediaWiki]] or the oficial [http://mediawiki.org The MediaWiki-Homepage] for more information on the popular open-source wiki-software

Revision as of 11:53, November 4, 2009

General Information

Semantic MediaWiki is an open-source extension to MediaWiki that allows you to store semantic data in pages - database - like data that can be queried and aggregated. This is done through special markup tags; it is recommended that these tags be stored in templates.

For much more information about Semantic MediaWiki, including a full guide for both users and administrators, see the Semantic MediaWiki homepage.

See also: