To learn how to use WorkingWiki, some good starting points are these:
Reference for users
For more specific needs, and for reference, these are the best starting points:
- (to be added here: pages on using knitr, sage, python, c, etc.)
- Background Jobs
- WW Implementation Documentation: The details of WorkingWiki's features and how to use them.
- Frequently asked questions
- Tips and Tricks (possibly to be scattered to the above "Using" pages?)
More advanced features, for power users and programmers:
- Fonts and Browser Compatibility for MathML output
- LaTeXML Notes
- WorkingWiki API
- Experimental Git interface for WW
Reference for wiki owners
- How to install the extension on your wiki
- Security considerations for WW sites
Reference for extension developers
Documentation on WorkingWiki's internals:
- Developer Documentation. This section is not currently filled in much.
Other WW resources
- WorkingWiki: A MediaWiki-based platform for collaborative research - a recently published paper about WorkingWiki and its uses.
- Video: WW Author Lee Worden presents WorkingWiki in under 5 minutes at Noisebridge in San Francisco.
- Simple LaTeX demo page
- Simple Script Examples
- Multi-project example
- A real-life LaTeX example
- Commutative diagram example
- Nomogram example
- This low-volume list is the best place to go for support, both for users and for wiki admins
- Bug tracker at sourceforge.net