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TWiki Installations and TWiki Clones

NOTE: Please add your installation at TWikiInstallation, not here. The TWikiClones topic is outdated

This is the Page of TWiki installations and clones . Please add yourself to the list in case you installed TWiki on your server. (Let us also know even if your installation is behind a firewall.) Also, I would appreciate if you add a PoweredByTWikiLogo on your TWiki home page in case you installed TWiki on a publicly accessible server. Still need to convince your co-workers? See TWikiPresentations.

At a later point, if your deployment of TWiki has been successful, we would very much appreciate if you could support the TWiki community by writing a TWikiSuccessStory. This helps in promoting the platform, which in turn will result in a better product.

TWiki installations

Add your installation to this list in case you installed it on your system and did only some minor changes to TWiki (e.g. HTML page layout).

[Hey, what do you do if you've installed it but haven't made any changes? Seriously, the wording here, and the use of 'clone' in the page name, suggests an emphasis on implementation rather than installation, and the first time I read this page I decided not to list what was at the time my completely vanilla TWiki installation. Someone who feels responsibility towards this page should fix its wording then delete this comment. -- MitchellModel]

  • 01 Jan 2002: installed by IanClarke on http://www.freenetproject.org, a page about an encrypted and anonymous version of the web with an open discussion section. Very nice design (posted by ArneBab).
  • 03 Jan 2002: Installed by AndreasGuther on NetFuel www.netfuel.com Intranet web server behind firewall.
  • 03 Jan 2002: Installed by MatthiasWientapper at http://mattzz.dyndns.org for the fun of it big grin - This one is public and mainly in german (so far).
  • 04 Jan 2002: Installed by LonnieWormley at on my Linux server in Portland, Oregon. I'm using it as a learning tool and hope to attract my friends to build a wonderful web site.
  • 05 Jan 2002: Installed by OlavSchettler at http://comet.contaire.net/ (password protected) to support a project team whilst proposing to the European eContent programme.
  • 05 Jan 2002: Installed by IvanWong at SapWiki in Singapore. Fantastic tool I hope to use to track useful SAP related info.
  • 16 Jan 2002: Installed by MichaelLibby at And So Forth. Plans for Free Software, Ruby, and Perl information.
  • 17 Jan 2002: Installed by MaryDeMarco behind a firewall at http://www.ictcompress.com/ as a knowledge base for SQA.
  • 25 Jan 2002: Installed by DougPhilips on personal laptop and on work machine behind firewall for experimentation and preparation to roll out for project notes (personal and work related).
  • 28 Jan 2002: Installed by StuartKrivis behind firewall at APK Net, Inc. for use as a Knowledge Base and Document Repository.
  • 1 Feb 2002: Installed by MichaelRasmussen at work for department use in documentation and change management, at home to support non-profit groups that I provide web services for. Home test site is http://twiki.patch.com I'll add to success stories when things get active.
  • 4 Feb 2002: Installed by RainerNeumann behind firewall at PTV AG for use as a Knowledge Base.
  • 6 Feb 2002: Installed by PeterJacobs behind a firewall at home for use as a project planning tool.
  • 7 Feb 2002: Installed behind a firewall at Vignette for evaluation as an Engineering communication tool.
  • 19 Feb 2002: Installed behind a firewall at SGI to manage expertise in icrash, our core dump analysis tool.
  • 25 Feb 2002: Installed by DanielGlassey at sword wiki for faq and dev discussion
  • 26 Feb 2002: AndreasGuther: Installed on private box in private intranet behind private firewall. I like to use TWiki that much that I installed it at home as well.
  • 05 Mar 2002: Installed by CiaranHamilton for use on OpenMoz site.
  • 16 Mar 2002: Installed by WolfgangSpraul for DataViz, Inc. behind firewall (DataViz Dev).
  • 16 Mar 2002: Installed by JonathanBenn at Nullnode.com. It took him a week to install it, but now that it's working he'll be using it to organise his roleplaying game campaigns.
  • 22 Mar 2002: Installed by KarstenSelf at TWikIWETHEY. General discussion / KnowledgeBase, open to the public, focus on technology (particularly free software), but a broader scope including politics, religion, and really bad puns.
  • 25 Mar 2002; Installed by ArneBab on MacOSX/Darwin as personal knowledge-database for a Homepage about my own RPG world: http://www.erynnia.de.
  • 26 Mar 2002: Installed by DavidWalerius at http://www.ajile.com for testing.
  • 02 Apr 2002: Installed by PhilippeBricout in intranet. Thanx ! cool!

  • 10 Apr 2002: Installed by BalazsSzalai behind a firewall for collaboration at Ericsson.
  • 12 Apr 2002: Installed by MarcSutton behind a firewall on my personal machine. For use in keeping tracks of development on the Q game engine and games, only for evaluation by me at the moment.
  • 13 Apr 2002: Installed by LynnwoodBrown on hosted domain of my company Skyloom for experimentation with use for support of community development. Targeted communities include a cohousing community (where I live), a regional agricultural initiative, and a collaborative consulting firm.
  • 16 Apr 2002: Installed by NorbertHartl at selfish.org for personal use. I use it as a CMS for the little knowledge snipset I want to write easily.
  • 20 Apr 2002: Installed by JanPeterMohr on a Windows 98 machine for internal use. I followed the WindowsInstallCookbook, and it worked - but searching and storing is very slow. Windows users - better try a ModPerl based installation!
  • 29 Apr 2002: Upgraded by JamesCollins behind a firewall at a large US bank. TWiki is used by (and across) several IT divisions.
  • 30 Apr 2002: Installed by DaveAbbott behind a departmental firewall for evaluation and advocacy.
  • 6 May 2002: Installed by DirkJaapPlas on a Linux Machine. (Plus many other installations not listed here, mainly behind firewalls)
  • 5 May 2002: Installed by RichardDonkin at http://donkin.org/ for experimentation and web publishing - setup details are at DreamhostSetupNotes
  • 10 May 2002: Installed (ages ago) by DavidUfton at http:\\www.digitalsteps.com as an internal intranet.
  • 11 May 2002: Installed by SimonButler on hercules, a Slackware 8.0 box, behind my firewall. TWiki is installed for evaluation purposes with the intention, ISP permitting, of using it on public servers.
  • 11 May 2002: Installed by JoachimNilsson at http://vmlinux.org/twiki/ for site usage and perhaps even the The Hurd project.
  • 16 May 2002: Installed by ChristianBoye for a private knowledge base.
  • 22 May 2002: Installed by FredMannby at http://friends.mannby.com for extended family knowledge base.
  • 7 June 2002: Installed by JesperSkov at http://www.abisource.com so our users can help keep the FAQ up to date.
  • 11 June 2002: Installed (November 2002) by MichaelGindonis at http://wikihip.cern.ch/ for use by the Helsinki Institute of Physics Technology Programme.
  • 14 June 2002: Installed by JoaquimBaptista behind the firewall of http://www.altitude.com/ for use by the Documentation Team (first) and then by other teams (we hope).
  • 15 June 2002: Installed by SamuelTardieu for many things at http://wiki.enst.fr/. It has been in used for some time, but is now definitely adopted.
  • 17 June 2002: Installed by RossC at for internal testing prior to adoption by the rest of the company. Feel free to check it out wink
  • 20 June 2002: Installed by JuergenGinkel at http://wincor-nixdorf.com/ behind a Firewall for Colaboration in Software development and a knowledge base.
  • 20 June 2002: Installed by DaveBoulton and John Weeks on the intranet at Openwave Systems. Evaluating as a knowledge base/FAQ host, for engineers supporting integration of our software on wireless devices. In the longer term, the insidious secret plan is to handle issue tracking and requirements generation.
  • 1 June 2002: Installed by WolfBergenheim at http://www.linux-aktivaattori.org/. It was installed in december, but we now have made a new template for this site.
  • 20 June 2002: Installed by MichaelCrusoe for experimentation on my test server. May be used for BootstrapAlliance.
  • 21 June 2002: Installed by AndersSvendsen behind a firewall at NetMan.
  • 1 July 2002: Installed by MatthewBowen behind firewall at Farwest Steel.
  • 2 July 2002: Installed by AlanMacDonald on http://www.alanmacdonald.com. Being used for collaborative production of RPG Scenarios for Gaming Conventions.
  • 2 July 2002: Installed by BenjaminGeer behind a firewall at Misys International Banking Systems.
  • 10 July 2002: Installed by Denis Kuniss at Transformal GmbH for evaluation purposes.
  • 26 Jul 2002: Installed by MarkEasterbrook on private corporate network for evaluation.
  • 26 Jul 2002: Installed by BuddyTaylor behind firewall.
  • 29 Jul 2002: Installed by SonyaLester on Linux box for experimental purposes.
  • 1 Aug 2002: Installed by MarkThomson on a stand-alone Win98SE box for personal information management.
  • 8 Aug 2002: Installed by GuentherFischer on our webservers www.tu-chemnitz.de (2 linux boxes)
  • 17 Aug 2002: Installed by CharlesLacz behind a firewall at Hewlett Packard
  • 20 Aug 2002: Installed by JamesNewman behind a firewall at http://www.rainmakerlegal.com. Still working on getting it used internally.
  • 21 Aug 2002: Installed by NickHunt on a stand-alone Powerbook running Mac OS X, for research information management, and experimentation for possible academic use by undergraduate students of Lighting Design at Rose Bruford College in the UK.
  • 25 Aug 2002: Installed by JamesPerkins for Portland State Aerospace Society, with custom skins to look nice. See the TWikiSuccessStoryOfPortlandStateAerospaceSociety.
  • 30 Aug 2002: Installed by NicMcPhee for support of computing courses at the University of Minnesota, Morris, as well for administrative support within the Computer Science department, and by the local student ACM chapter/computer science club. Now experimenting with using a wiki to support the faculty teaching our First Year Seminar course. We first started experimenting with wikis a year ago (August 2001), but things have really taken off and it's now become quite central to how we conduct business.
  • 2 Sep 2002: Installed by SethWagoner behind a firewall for potential use as an extranet for Webfoundry Ltd
  • 4 Sep 2002: Installed by FrankHorowitz behind firewall at CSIRO Australia.
  • 6 Sep 2002: Installed by DaenDeLeon (Ballerup, Denmark) behind a fireplace, err, firewall here at LEO Pharma A/S
  • 6 Sep 2002: Installed by WolfgangSlany for the coordination of a national research proposal.
  • 9 Sep 2002: Installed by MattMillard on corporate intranet at The Principal Financial Group actual install 28 Dec 2001 for Unix team documentation.
  • 14 Sep 2002: Installed by DominikKuropka on university intranet.
  • 18 Sep 2002: Installed by SteveBaker on corporate intranet at Ambriel Consulting
  • 24 Sep 2002: Installed by MitchellModel at Wesleyan University. The original goal was to support collaboration among participants in Wesleyan's innovative Integrative Genomic Sciences initiative, but there was enough other interest that we decided to make it available to the entire Wesleyan community.
  • 25 Sep 2002: Installed by DenisSbragion on corporate intranet behind a firewall at InfoTecna as a knowledge base for our ISO9001:2000 quality certification.
  • 03 Oct 2002: Installed by AlainArditi on corporate intranet behind a firewall at Smile as a technical documentation tool.
  • 06 Oct 2002: Installed by DarrylVanDorp on a corporate intranet behind a firewall for general document management for our ISO9001:2000 quality registration
  • 07 Oct 2002: Installed by ChristophScheurer behind a firewall for the intranet of the Theoretical Chemistry group at the Technical University Muenchen
  • 08 Oct 2002: Installed by BillReid behind a firewall at the Manitoba NDP Provincial Office.
  • 09 Oct 2002: Installed by JuergenSchiewe behind a firewall at Lufthansa Systems Berlin Division Airline Planning and Control as a repository for specification documents and as a knowledge base.
    NOTE: Please add your installation at TWikiInstallation, not here. The TWikiClones topic is outdated

TWiki Clones

Add your installation to this list only if you installed it on your system and made some major changes to TWiki (e.g. new features):

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