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  1. Perl (if you don't know perl it could be difficult to troubleshoot error messages)
  2. Small number of plugins (~100)
  3. Nice, minimalist, academic-looking CSS
  4. Uses VCS to store versions (git or svn)



  1. Good collection of plugins (~1000)
  2. You need to put a `\\` at the end of every line to make newlines



  1. Entreprisey
  2. Bundeled WYSIWYG editor
  3. Started as a wiki but now does also blog, polls, forums, galleries, CMS, CRM/Helpdesk, Tasks etc.
  4. Complete
  5. Feeling lost inside the admin console / don't know how it works.
  6. CSS is not that attractive in default theme.
  7. Decent documentation
  1. Blank page on install
  2. No errors logged anywhere (nginx, php, tiki)
  3. Can't register to the forums to ask for support
  4. IRC Channel not very responsive.
  5. Would not recommend. Poor experience.



  1. Integrated Wiki + Configurable ticket fields and workflow + Code
  2. Seems to be written in python (easy to troubleshoot if you already know python)
  3. Very few plugins (~50)

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