Spent a half an hour at TWiki tonight. Lots of cool features. It's dissapointing that every wiki seems to have it's own special markup language. Beats HTML. That goes a double for built in features such as ZWiki's Issue Tracker and TWiki's calander and Database integration.
I like that ZWiki has DTML & newer Zope replacements behind it, though. Need to look at using the dtml-calender in a wiki. Glad that most of those features are available through Zope in ZWiki. Wish there were more real world examples out there...
The idea of a wiki scripting language is enthralling. TWiki seems to use their own, ZWiki relies on Zope. Wonder how others, such as SushiWiki handle such. Zopistas seem to cringe at DTML, and features to make quick hacks easier (dtml-set) were not accepted by Zope's BDFL...not sure the reasoning. I imagine that that the WikiLinks and (proprietary markup) does for HTML, this script language could do for DHTML+Server Side logic. Can you include PHP in a PHPWiki? Ramble Ramble Ramble..