My pet project, MarkWiki, has reached a point of maturity where other people may actually be interested in using it. I started writing MarkWiki back in May as a way to keep my Python skills sharp, but it appears to be a capable tool now.
MarkWiki is a wiki that uses the Markdown plain text formatting language. Markdown let’s you do things in plain text like adding * to a word like *boom* to italicize it. The source text gets converted into pretty HTML.
In this release, I added user authentication so not every person on the Internet can delete anything they want on your MarkWiki site. The release also incorporates Bootstrap 3 so all pages are now completely mobile responsive.
Or… if you’re like me, you can play around with it:
$ pip install MarkWiki
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