|Last release:||1.0.0 (March 17, 2009)|
Wikidsmart for Confluence is an open source semantic wiki engine using the zAgile semantic framework and ontologies which enables intelligent integration with other tools and applications. Currently, Wikidsmart is enabled for Atlassian Confluence enterprise wiki, and other wikis are planned to be supported.
With the open source Wikidsmart, you can capture content in forms (ensuring data entry consistency), integrate your wiki content with other systems and vice-versa (to remove manually creating and maintaining point-to-point connections), and turn your wiki into a knowledge repository (to intelligently query information across your various applications and tools).
Wikidsmart is written in Java.
- Semantic wiki: structure, consistency, easy maintenance, and cohesion of content
- Smart search: easily find precise information
With connectors to other tools and applications you may achieve:
- Deep interoperability with other applications and tools (including Jira,
- Information dashboard: access a knowledge repository spanning your tools and applications
A demo shows application interoperability between Confluence wiki with an issue tracking system.