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Etherpad Lite

- Real-time document collaboration

Etherpad Lite is a real-time collaborative editor, sort of like a web-based multiplayer Notepad that allows groups of users to simultaneously edit a text document, with the ability to display each author's text in their own color. There is also a chat box in the sidebar to allow meta communication.

Elgg

- Social networking engine

Elgg is an award-winning social networking engine, delivering the building blocks that enable businesses, schools, universities and associations to create their own fully-featured social networks and applications. It offers blogging, microblogging, file sharing, networking, groups and a number of other features.

e107

- Content Management system

e107 is an Advanced Content Publishing Solution for Website Pages, Documents, Menus and Links (Content Management System) which gives you a totally dynamic and professional website "out of the box". It's easily customized and doesn't require any knowledge of programming languages in order to use it.

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TWiki

- Enterprise Wiki Platform

TWiki is a structured wiki, typically used to run a collaboration platform, knowledge or document management system, a knowledge base, or team portal. Users can create wiki applications using the TWiki Markup Language, and developers can extend its functionality with plugins.

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Concrete5

- Next generation Content Management System

Concrete5 makes it easy for anyone to run a website with minimal technical skills. Go to any page in your site, and a editing toolbar gives you all the controls you need to update your website. No intimidating manuals, no complicated administration interfaces - just point and click.

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Drupal 8

- Content Management Framework

Drupal is an open source content management platform licensed under the GPL. Equipped with a powerful blend of features, Drupal can support a variety of websites ranging from personal blogs, corporate brochures and large community-driven websites.

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MediaWiki

- Wikipedia's Wiki Engine

MediaWiki is a powerful wiki engine that was originally developed to serve the needs of Wikipedia - the free encyclopedia. Today, MediaWiki is used publicly by many of the largest and most popular wikis online, while privately it is being increasingly deployed inside company Intranets as a knowledge and content management system.

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Pages

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