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Rant #20: Worst of the Wikis (Miraheze Reception Wikis) (ft. Doctor Venuz)

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  • My players would like to create a collaborative "wiki" for our campaign. What are some tools, services or platforms to enable that? How can I incorporate that into gameplay?
    Miraheze seems to be offering a platform to create private wikis and it runs the same software as Wikipedia. You do need to fill out a form and request a wiki but after that you and people you specify should be able to see and edit that wiki (with the exception of the main page which can be seen by everyone). Source: 11 months ago
  • The World of Roses, Tulips, & Liberty in 1965
    The people over at have been kind enough to host a wiki for us to upload our lore onto. Source: 12 months ago
  • New modded wiki?
    You can go here to get a free wiki that isn't horrible: Source: 12 months ago
  • I will draw your OCs. Yes, every single last one 2
    Miraheze = a free, British-based wiki farm run by volunteers and supported by donations. Source: about 1 year ago
  • anti-discord rule
    For those looking for an alternative to fandom is a good choice. Not for profit and they use vanilla mediawiki (what wikipedia uses) instead of whatever abomination fandom has going on. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Need help finding a way to make wikipedia-like thing
    If you want literally straight-up the Wikipedia layout and functionality, Miraheze is your best friend! Source: about 1 year ago
  • Map of a Colonial Empire befores its Bloodiest War (Tiperyn 1915)
    As for how to make the wiki itself, we use Miraheze. It uses Mediawiki so you can copy templates, modules and css styles from Wikipedia (with some editing to make them work and remove red links and such). You just have to apply for a free wiki with them and they usually approve it in a day or two. Much better than wikia although the hosting can be a bit slow sometimes on account of it running on donations. Source: over 1 year ago
  • [Neural CLOUD]All current role evaluate.(Part I)Because the game progress is different, you are welcome to correct any omissions or incomprehensions.(I am a Chinese, and my English is poor. Sorry)
    Here... Fandom , Miraheze, It's not too difficult to use if you just want to enter data, What's difficult is only if you're in. Source: over 1 year ago
  • [org] What is the best way to have a public wiki that I can write from Org?
    I'm curious how I might actually use it to edit a free wiki on something like Source: over 1 year ago
  • FANDOM's purchase of GameFAQs and the future of Cing Wiki
    I have been recommended several times in the past to switch the Wiki's hosting to Miraheze, as it has free hosting, and a lot more liberty over the Wiki's content and authority without the risks that FANDOM might step in and purge it. However, I am not exactly attracted by the design, or visibility on the search engine. Comparison here. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Fandom Acquires GameSpot, TV Guide and Metacritic
    Someone needs to offer mediawiki-as-a-service (apparently tries to do this) similar to Wordpress. It's much easier to do "free on fandom" and so lots of them move that way. - Source: Hacker News / over 1 year ago
  • Why Slack’s free plan change is causing an exodus
    There are other wiki farms that are good if one wants to avoid Wikia's crap. I usually recommend Miraheze [1], which is MediaWiki-based, not-for-profit and ad-free (they run on donations). [1] - Source: Hacker News / over 1 year ago
  • Can we get rid of this abomination?
    If you’re looking for a good fandom alternative that isn't plastered with ads, miraheze is one of the better ones. Their list of wikis is here, a lot of them are games wikis that have moved over, but most games wikis tend to stick to fandom just because of the SEO... Miraheze wikis have terrible SEO, they'll almost never show up in a google search. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Worldbuilding organizer. makes setting up a wiki very easy (or so I have heard) and you can also use for anything where the wiki format doesn't work well! Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Introuducing SteamDeckHQ: The Steam Deck Game Performance Review Website!
    Https:// provides free mediawiki hosting! Might be a good way to do it. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Serebii
    Protip for anyone wanting to start a wiki to use miraheze as an alternative! It supports mediawiki templates and runs on donations. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Hololive Fan Wiki turns 2 years old today. Ask Us Anything!
    Yep. Our wiki host, Miraheze, unlike Fandom, is not-for-profit and relies on donations to stay afloat. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Discussion Thread
    I mean the software is just Mediawiki. I don't know what extra stuff they have for editors. I know Miraheze offers free MediaWiki hosting. Source: about 2 years ago
  • what do you think is the best way to display a larger project?
    Depends on the project, but some website is good for formal publication of entries. A personal Wiki for additional information is also a good idea, and I will never miss an opportunity to talk about how great Miraheze is for this. Source: about 2 years ago
  • Weeping Angel Cat
    Miraheze seems good as well, I've seen quite a few nice wikis built with it. Probably more technically complex to use, though. Source: about 2 years ago
  • What’s an extremely useful website most people probably don’t know about?
    Miraheze is an entirely free, open, feature-rich and democratically run wiki hosting network--basically like fandom/wikia without the million ads and the corporate. If you need to run a (media)wiki, they'll hook you up. The community is very helpful and invested. They're funded by donations wikipedia-style. Source: over 2 years ago

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