MoinX
MoinX 1.0.1
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MoinX is a Mac OS X desktop Wiki, built with ease of use in mind and rich with features. MoinX gives you a full blown and unmodified MoinMoin wiki without forcing you to run a Web server.

To summarise: MoinX is ideal for keeping notes and howtos, organising links and much more. Whenever I was looking into something new and it took me some time to figure out how it works, I wrote some short notes about it. Of course I do this with MoinX.
What's New
Version 1.0.1:
  • Fixed a I18N1 issue with non ASCII characters in the preferences (thanks to Roger Aberg who first noticed this issue).
Requirements
PPC, Mac OS X 10.3 or later



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Anonymous reviewed on 14 Nov 2005
It looks perfect! Does it also support the macros, actions, scripts and themes of MoinMoin?
[Version 1.0.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 15 Mar 2005
Simply Great! The easiest Wiki deployment imaginable. I do wish there was documentation readily available for the advanced features.
[Version 1.0.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 20 Feb 2005
VoodooPad is a great app for personnal "wiki" but u can open MoinX to public, without messing with a traditionnal install of a wiki (and with simplified preferences)
[Version 1.0.1]


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Kballard commented on 18 Feb 2005
The description of this program is a bit misleading - it actually *is* a webserver bundled with the MoinMoin wiki. Basically, you run this and it sticks a little icon in your menubar which gives you access to prefs and a homepage link. You select the link and it opens up a MoinMoin wiki in your web browser of choice, which you can use just like any other wiki. So basically, it's giving you a private version of public collaboration tools.

I think this is a poor idea for several reasons, the biggest being it's pointless to use a web application for one-man personal use. Web applications exist so multiple people can use them. A web browser is not the best interface for personal applications.

If you want an application that acts like a wiki, go check out VoodooPad. I think it's a great note application with wiki-like functionality and it's an actual Mac OS X Cocoa application, not a front to a web-based wiki software.
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Anonymous commented on 19 Feb 2005
Doesn't the Public Wiki preference mean that others can also use it? I've only just downloaded MoinX but it seems like it basically replaces needing to install MoinMoin on your Mac with Web Sharing enabled.
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Anonymous reviewed on 18 Feb 2005
Could you please explain what this program actually does. I guess if I used the other programs you are talking about I would understand. At this time without knowing what the other programs are I do not see what the true need is for this program.
[Version 1.0]


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Type:Internet : Browsers
License:Free
Date:20 Feb 2005
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
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MoinX is a Mac OS X desktop Wiki, built with ease of use in mind and rich with features. MoinX gives you a full blown and unmodified MoinMoin wiki without forcing you to run a Web server.

To summarise: MoinX is ideal for keeping notes and howtos, organising links and much more. Whenever I was looking into something new and it took me some time to figure out how it works, I wrote some short notes about it. Of course I do this with MoinX.


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