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5/3/2013 3:29 PM
 

I've used both and am torn between the two for use in a corporate Knowledge Base application.  Anyone used one, the other or both for this type of application and have any useful opinions?

Thanks,

Jeff

 
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5/26/2013 8:30 AM
 
Dario Solara, developer of ScrewTurnWiki gave up the work on his project. Is can be used as is. There is a group of developers but since one year there is no message or output from the group. I suppose that both the dnn-wiki-documentation and the commercial canam wiki are based on screwturn.
The free Wiki-Module is no sufficient replacement for screwturn.
 
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5/27/2013 1:06 AM
 
The DNNWiki module is not based on screwturn

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