Deki may suit you - http://wiki.mindtouch.com/Deki_Wiki
Also check http://www.wikimatrix.org/ for feature comparisons
Paul Reilly wrote:
>> I'm looking for a good open-source Wiki software package which I can
> run on Linux. The company I am sourcing this for has been using SharePoint
> up to now, but they are not happy with it. So I'm looking for a sharepoint
> killer app, which shouldn't be too hard, since IMHO sharepoint is a
> load of *&^%^.
>> The end-user base are not very techy, so learning wiki-speak is out.
> It must:
>> - have WYSIWYG editor
> - be able to authenticate users to AD, or LDAP
> - have nice features, like export to PDF etc.
> - have search functionality
> - support document storage
> - would be fantastic if you could do 'tag' ing of pages/documents,
> and have a tag-cloud
>> Confluence is really nice - see here:
>>http://www.atlassian.com/software/confluence/>> but it's not open-source, and is a bit pricey.
> Has anyone found a good wiki software package which works for
> non techy people in an AD environment?
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