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[web] WYSIWYG Password Protected Wiki?

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I'm looking for a WYSIWYG Php based Wiki script. I'm planning on hosting an encyclopedia of all aspects of design for an upcoming game title I'm working on, but I only want members of my design team to be able to access it. I've already tried MediaWiki, but found that it was much too cumbersome. PhpWiki lacks features, I've also tried TikiWiki and found that it was more like PhpNuke than a Wiki. Any ideas?

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MediaWiki allows you to protect individual files so that the ones you lock can't be modified by anyone other then the authors and administrators. MediaWiki is a pain to setup though (in my opinion). It's not WYSIWYG, but it's very easy to create and edit pages in nice formatting. rWiki is mine.

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Thanks for the input, but I've decided that I'll just create a more basic encyclopedia. I'll just use word documents and do things the 'old fashioned' way. User input isn't that important for me right now, so I'll just keep things simple and secure.

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There's also OpenWiki. Pros are: really simple to use, pretty easy setup if the server is a Windows maching running IIS. Cons: not as many features as MediaWiki, no built-in passwording (though you can always set up a password through the web server).

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