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Examples of "mediawiki"
Several MediaWiki extensions are to extend the functionality of MediaWiki software.
The site runs on MediaWiki as well as the Semantic MediaWiki extension.
SNPedia is a semantic wiki, powered by MediaWiki and the Semantic MediaWiki extension.
Several MediaWiki extensions are installed to extend the functionality of the MediaWiki software.
BlueSpice for MediaWiki (BlueSpice for short) is free wiki software based on MediaWiki and licensed by GNU General Public License. It is especially developed for businesses as an enterprise wiki distribution for MediaWiki and used in over 150 countries.
The "Template" feature of MediaWiki is an embedded domain-specific language whose fundamental purpose is to support the creation of and the (inclusion by reference) of MediaWiki pages into other MediaWiki pages.
The VisualEditor MediaWiki extension is available for download by server operators and typically requires the latest version of MediaWiki.
According to the VisualEditor team, the aim is "to create a reliable rich-text editor for MediaWiki", a "visual editor" which is "WYSIWYG-like". The implementation is split into a "core" online rich-text editor which can run independently of MediaWiki, and a MediaWiki extension. The MediaWiki extension is in the category "WYSIWYG extensions". is a web-based translation platform, powered by the Translate extension for MediaWiki, which makes MediaWiki a powerful tool for translating all kinds of text.
The site uses the MediaWiki monobook theme but is not editable by the public and does not appear to be based on MediaWiki software.
Both editions are software collections, which are based on MediaWiki. The extensions are developed by Hallo Welt! GmbH, its technology partners or independent MediaWiki developers.
The first version of MediaWiki, 1.1, was released in December 2003. The current stable version of MediaWiki, 1.28.0, was released in November 2016.
MediaWiki code review was itself historically facilitated through a MediaWiki extension. As of March 2012, it has been done through Gerrit.
Barrett, author of the book "MediaWiki" (ISBN 978-0-596-51979-7), has received media coverage for his deployment of MediaWiki in corporate environments.
A variety of open-source MediaWiki extensions exist that use the data structure provided by Semantic MediaWiki. Among the most notable are:
MediaWiki extensions allow MediaWiki to be made more advanced and useful for various purposes. These extensions vary greatly in complexity. The Wikimedia Foundation operates a Git server where many extensions are hosted, and a directory of them can be found on the MediaWiki website. Some other sites also are known for development of—or support for—extensions are, which maintains an extension matrix; and Google Code. MediaWiki code review is itself facilitated through a Gerrit instance. Since version 1.16 MediaWiki also used the jQuery library.
A study was done at the University of Hong Kong comparing TWiki to MediaWiki. The authors noted that TWiki has been considered as a collaborative tool for development of educational papers and technical projects, whereas MediaWiki's noted use is due to Wikipedia. Although both platforms allow discussion and tracking of progress, TWiki has a "Report" part that MediaWiki lacks. Students perceived MediaWiki as being easier to use and more enjoyable than TWiki. When asked whether they recommended using MediaWiki for knowledge management course group project, 15 out of 16 respondents expressed their preference for MediaWiki giving answers of great certainty, such as "of course", "for sure". TWiki and MediaWiki both have flexible plug-in architecture. A study that compared students' experience with MediaWiki to that with Google Documents found that students gave the latter a much higher rating on user-friendly layout.
Since version 1.16, MediaWiki also used the jQuery library.
The site has full search facilities through its MediaWiki interface.