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We use Atlassian's Confluence (in spite of it being commercial and thus costing more than the many other free wikis out there) for a few reasons: 1. We already use Jira as our bug system, and it integrates nicely 2. It's got good (very responsive) support 3. All the expected wiki functionality, plus lots of built-in macros for nice formatting of various things (including code, with syntax highlighting) 4. Very extensible -- Atlassian (the company) and community write plugins and encourage writing of plugins It's got a WSIWYG editor, as well, as of the 2.0 release. Link is http://atlassian.com/software/confluence/ . We've been pretty happy with it so far. The price wasn't too bad, either, ranging from $1200 to $4k depending on user count. (It's actually free for educational use and Free/Open Source projects, but I doubt that applies to you.)
We use Atlassian's Confluence (in spite of it being commercial and thus costing more than the many other free wikis out there) for a few reasons: 1. We already use Jira as our bug system, and it integrates nicely 2. It's got good (very responsive) support 3. All the expected wiki functionality, plus lots of built-in macros for nice formatting of various things (including code, with syntax highlighting) 4. Very extensible -- Atlassian (the company) and community write plugins and encourage writing of plugins It's got a WSIWYG editor, as well, as of the 2.0 release. Link is http://atlassian.com/software/confluence/ . We've been pretty happy with it so far. The price wasn't too bad, either, ranging from $1200 to $4k depending on user count. (It's actually free for educational use and Free/Open Source projects, but I doubt that applies to you.)
Yes - Installed and used for HL2 so far... No - Although given the low price point, I'll probably pick it up when I get bored with other games Yes - Although not yet played it Greg, I'm surprised that you ( http://manifestogames.com ) wouldn't be a fan of alternate distribution mechanisms like Steam. Care to explain what you don't like about it?
Toggle Commented Nov 2, 2005 on Wildly Un-representative Survey at GameDevBlog