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An extensible wiki app for Django with a Git backend

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**Waliki** is an extensible wiki app for Django with a Git backend.

.. attention:: It's usable but in an early development stage. I'll appreciate your feedback and help.

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:license: `BSD <>`_

At a glance, Waliki has this features:

- File based content storage.
- Version control and concurrent edition for your content using Git
- Extensible architecture with plugins
- Markdown or reStructuredText. Easy to add more.
- A simple ACL system
- Attachments
- UI based on Twitter's Bootstrap and Codemirror.
- Works with Python 2.7, 3.3+ or PyPy in Django 1.5 or newer

How to start

Install it with pip::

$ pip install waliki

Or the development version::

$ pip install

Add ``waliki`` and the optionals plugins to your INSTALLED_APPS::

'waliki.git', # optional but recommended
'waliki.attachments', # optional but recommended
'waliki.pdf', # optional
'waliki.slides', # optional

Include ``waliki.urls`` in your project's ````. For example::

urlpatterns = patterns('',
url(r'^wiki/', include('waliki.urls')),

Sync your db::

$ python syncdb


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 [1]_ .

And last but most important, it's a humble tribute to the bolivian president `Evo Morales <>`_.

.. [1] *wiki* itself is a hawaiian word


0.3.1 (2014-11-11)

- Plugin *attachments*
- Implemented *per namespace* ACL rules
- Added the ``waliki_box`` templatetag: use waliki content in any app
- Added ``entry_point`` to extend templates from plugins
- Added a webhook to pull and sync change from a remote repository (Git)
- Fixed a bug in git that left the repo unclean

0.2 (2014-09-29)

- Support concurrent edition
- Added a simple ACL system
- ``i18n`` support (and locales for ``es``)
- Editor based in Codemirror
- Migrated templates to Bootstrap 3
- Added the management command ``waliki_sync``
- Added a basic test suite and setup Travis CI.
- Added "What changed" page (from Git)
- Plugins can register links in the nabvar (``{% navbar_links %}``)

0.1.2 / 0.1.3 (2014-10-02)

* "Get as PDF" plugin
* rst2html5 fixes

0.1.1 (2014-10-02)

* Many Python 2/3 compatibility fixes

0.1.0 (2014-10-01)

* First release on PyPI.

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