vimwiki is a good wiki integrated in vim, but I just can't stand the markup.
I wonder why they decided not to use a standard like, for example, markdown or
restructured text. Not only does this mean that you have to learn yet another
markup language, but also that all the wonderful tools that exist for markdown
and reST. I see this as a big problem because you are, after all, formalising
your knowledge in a format that is not well supported.
ikiwiki  OTOH is a wiki that sits on top of revision control systems like git,
hg or bzr and you can use markdown or reST to write pages. It can easily be
edited with vim (or any other text editor) but you should consider installing
the syntax  and navigation  plugin for git. Apart from a that the wiki
itself can be extended by a number of plugins  and is easily compiled to
HTML that makes for a nice webpage if you throw some CSS in the mix. ---- YMMV
.''`. Wolodja Wentland <wolodja.wentl...@ed.ac.uk>
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