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Topics linked to usage of TeX in wiki-type websites, such as Wikipedia.

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Using BibTeX citations inside Wikis

I know that HandWiki can use BiBTeX files to reference articles/books inside wiki articles. This can be used for easy conversion of wiki articles into LaTeX. What are other Wikis can use BibTeX files ...
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hyperreferencing include files

I have a latex file that i wish to convert into an html document. It is made up of many sub-files with a master document. I want to hyperlink different parts/sections of these files(included/master-...
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Wiki software with Latex formatting?

I'm looking at setting up an internal wiki at my company and I would like a system that used Latex instead of Markdown or any of the other popular "languages" to format the wiki pages. I find a lot of ...
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Wiki engine to embed extensive Tex and PGF/Tikz code

I would like to create a wiki (several authors) with scientific content, including text, equations, graphs and schemes. I wish to use LaTeX macros (including my own ones) and draw graphics with the ...
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Is there a tex package which allows links syntax for common wikis/wiki syntaxes (MediaWiki, dokuwiki, …)?

I've tried to get around the problem of getting wiki users to do as much as possible in the wiki I'm maintaining and overcome limitations of wiki and HTML markup with LaTeX (this basically means ...
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Save wiki page in TEX?

Lot of wiki pages are excellent but there is no way to save it in LaTeX format so that the formula are kept. Even if we can use wiki's "create a book" function to save as pdf. The formula in wiki are ...
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How to convert mediawiki syntax to latex?

I think I've seen a script for converting mediawiki syntax to Latex. Also, in case there are more than one solution for this, it might be nice to summarize them here.