Waliki is an extensible wiki engine based on Flask.
ATENTION: this project is no longer mantained. The new Waliki is powered by Django
At a glance, Waliki has:
- File based content. No database is required (but optional)
- An extensible architecture: almost everything is a plugin
- version control for your content using git or mercurial
- markdown or reStructuredText support
- simple caching
- UI based on bootstrap
Why "Waliki" ?
Waliki is an Aymara word that means all right, fine.
It sounds a bit like Wiki, has a meaningful sense for this project and also plays with the idea of using a "non mainstream" language  .
And last but not less important, it's a humble tribute to bolivian President Evo Morales Ayma
|||wiki itself is a hawaiian word|
Waliki started as a fork of Alexander Jung's wiki project.