Faq-O-Matic Faq-O-Matic : Administrators' Guide :
Other FAQ Maintenance Systems
|Naturally, I think FAQ-O-Matic solves all the world's problems. But maybe it's
not right for you. Here are some alternatives...
|FAQ Manager, by Stas Bekman:
|The FAQ Maintenance Aids page, by David Alex Lamb:
|The Question and Answer Markup Language, for FAQs:|
|Steven D. Whitehead published a paper on the Auto-FAQ:|
I don't know if the Auto-FAQ is publicly available.
|http://sourceforge.net/projects/i-docs/ - currently not maintained...
The Expect FAQ is regularly recreated by a Tcl script which produces either text or HTML depending on how it is called.
|Jyve, a 'Turbine' based dynamic FAQ system - "Java servlet based clone of FOM":|
|For 'Zope Server' (e.g. Python instead of Perl) - http://www.zope.org/|
Software Product: The KnowledgeKit Product
The KnowledgeKit provides a mechanism for the automatic creation and maintenance of Knowledge Bases as well as FAQs.
It provides a standard view that integrates with the overall site Zope.
FAQ-U is an open source, free and flexible system for maintaining a FAQ. FAQ-U lets you make your FAQ dynamic in nature, makes it easier to maintain, makes it searchable and basically far more presentable than the traditional hand edited format. FAQ-U still however gives you the capability to create a "plain text" version as well for posting to USENET and sending via email. http://www.codegrunt.com/index.php?num=2&f_id=1
The Call Center, Bug Tracking and Project Management Tools for Linux (http://linas.org/linux/pm.html) page not only lists the FAQ-O-Matic, but also other, more general, more integrated tools aimed at help-desk type functions.
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