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What is an open-source alternative to the Atlassian suite of products (Confluence, JIRA, etc.)?

I've played with Phabricator a little bit, but it's been over a year. It seems to have set its sights high with lots of components and functionality.
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What is an open-source alternative to the Atlassian suite of products (Confluence, JIRA, etc.)?

TRAC has wiki, bug tracker, code viewer, all with markup to interlink. Or, there is its fork Apache Bloodhound. All written in Python, plenty of plugins. Very mature. BTW Trac wiki is much closer ...
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What is an open-source alternative to the Atlassian suite of products (Confluence, JIRA, etc.)?

That's simple - GitLab - i know you're looking at another direction, but if you think about it, GitLab has great implementation opportunities beyond building software. It has most of the features ...
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Open source wiki with reputation system

There are a few factors to take into account. I've been working with various wikis for some time now from a plain vanilla MW to Atlassian Confluence, and have not yet come across one that would be ...
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Software for a personal wiki with (good) LaTeX support

Can I suggest that if it is only you and a few colleagues editing it then the way to go might be not a Wiki but rather a number of Jupyter/iPython notebooks, version controlled with git or mercurial ...
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Knowledge base/wiki system

My Synology NAS provides add-on packages. One of them looks like it would be appropriate for your needs. DokuWiki is free and runs on multiple OS. It seems to tick all of your requirements. As far ...
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Convert PDF files to wiki?

I suggest you perform the following steps: PDF → Word → HTML → MediaWiki PDF to Word There are a few free online tools which perform the conversion with a very good quality. The one I like most ...
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Wiki with offline support

DokuWiki might be the solution for you and fits almost all your requirements: Sync Plugin to sync two DokuWikis. Mathjax Plugin and other LaTeX plugins. Most templates are responsive, e.g. dokuwiki ...
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Ontology backed Wiki for Linked Open Data / RDF?

Not sure if this is still an open question, but TerminusDB might be worth considering. It meets most of the requirements you set and has a console that allows domain experts to easily interact with ...
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Where can I find a private Stack Overflow with a Knowledge Base feature?

You need https://www.question2answer.org/ . I am using that for my business website QA section. It is free and open source.
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Looking for CRM, ERP, ITSM solution for IT development business

Why not JIRA Service Desk? Its an offshoot of JIRA so will integrate seamlessly with your Developers current JIRA setup, tickets can be pushed to Developers JIRA as needed. As well as a service desk ...
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Issue tracker without login

Many, if not all, of the trackers and wikis that I have encountered allow anonymous access if you decide to enable it - the reasons that this is rarely done are a) traceablitly, b) feedback & c) ...
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Why do so many wikis use version control systems such as Git to store their data?

IMO, a version control system (VCS) like Git allows the administrators of a wiki to easily revert any changes, mistakes, misinformation that may be introduced to the content. They are fast and, in the ...
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An online hosted wiki-type collaboration software with effective mobile access

I think I have found the solution to this problem - Nuclino. It does not have a mobile app, but the website is very fast and responsive in Android. Adding links is still a problem - but this is more ...
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Private local wiki for structured math journal?

Tiddlywiki seems to fit the bill. It is a browser based local wiki that can run either directly from a single HTML file, or from a node.js instance, possibly allowing to use git with the text files. ...
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Company wiki to share info with coworkers

There are a large number of wikis to choose from. I've personally tried DokuWiki, MediaWiki and MoinMoin and had no trouble at all implementing them and I'm not at all skilled with web technologies. I ...
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Open source wiki in Java (similar to Foswiki)

XWiki This comparison page lists XWiki as a Java-based wiki having as its predecessor TWiki, from which your mentioned FosWiki was forked. XWiki is a free wiki software platform written in Java ...
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I’m looking for “My own Wikipedia”

There are plenty of such tools. Just take a look at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_wiki_software or at this structured comparison of various Wikis. I personally use TiddlyWiki for my purposes, ...
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Wiki software with API so my chatbot can write to it

Now there is star7th/showdoc: ShowDoc is a tool greatly applicable for an IT team to share documents online which provides a nice interface and API.
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Wiki for spreadsheets / tabular data

I just realized Google Sheets can do this, if you set it to public and give editing access to "Anyone": I was able to edit it without being logged in, and it's credited to "Anonymous". Not ...
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Markdown editor that opens local files from relative links

I would suggest taking a look at RedNotebook. Items are stored as plain text, (and archived as zip files). have a free/libre/open license Free, Gratis & Open Source be packaged for Debian (or can ...
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Wiki software that has page access control

DokuWiki supports access control lists (ACL). DokuWiki is a free/libre wiki software, using PHP and flat files (no database). It seems to be available from CentOS repositories. The DokuWiki wiki also ...
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Easy to use, powerful wiki

Dokuwiki seems to support both access control through Access Control Lists and login auth with third party account support through a plugin It seems to have builtin unlimited revision system and many ...
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Intuitive Wiki / Knowledge Base

I think a platform called https://bip.so fits most of your requirements and desirable features. It has all the basic documentation features that any tool requires, apart from that they have the ...
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Custom SSO powered wiki engine

Have you considered just using a web proxy such as the Keycloak HTTP(S) proxy to sit in front of any wiki you like? That way you don't require the actual software to support it, you just proxy the ...
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Open source wiki with reputation system

Knowen is another interesting solution. The main feature that the developers argue makes Knowen different from a traditional wiki is the network structure of its pages. However, the developers also ...
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Wordpress plugin for guest edits like Wikipedia?

If you don't have to log in, how fast before the site becomes destroyed by spammers? If you want to add this functionality for confirmed users, all you need to do is make the default user role editor,...
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Comprehensive Technical Documentation Tool

I am reasonably certain that will a little work you could put something very like what you are describing using Sphinx Docs. The one area that you might have problems with is Real Time Collaborative ...
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