'Wiki' is a piece of server software that allows users to freely create and edit Web page content using any Web browser. Wiki supports hyperlinks and has a simple text syntax for creating new pages and crosslinks between internal pages on the fly.
- IFWiki - The Interactive Fiction Wiki.
- ADRIFT Wiki - For ADRIFT 5 info.
- Axeuk Wiki - The Quest language Wiki.
- Hugo By Example - A wiki about the Hugo authoring system.
- IFiction-FR - The French IF Wiki.
- WikiCAAD - The Spanish IF Wiki.
- IF Italia - The Italian IF Wiki.
- IF-Вики - The Russian IF Wiki.
- GunchoWiki - A wiki for Guncho documentation, sharing ideas, and so on.
- Gamesblog's Text Adventure Wiki (archive). The Guardian's gamesblog community used their wiki to collaboratively design and code text adventures.
- Zork Wiki - A wiki all about Zork.
Gone, but not forgotten:
- Drift On - The ADRIFT Wiki, an InsideADRIFT site, formerly at http://insideadrift.org.uk/mwiki/index.php?title=Main_Page. See Drift On is no more, InsideADRIFT Newsletter, 17-Sep-2007.
Other Wikis with IF Content
- Category:Interactive fiction at Wikipedia.
- Adventure Game Studio (AGS) Wiki. AGS is a authoring system for graphical adventure games.
- Rosetta Code is a wiki devoted to comparing how different programming languages encode the same tasks. They have an Inform 7 category. (See also IFWiki:Code Compare project if you're interested in comparing IF authoring systems.)
- Beginner's Guide to Interactive Fiction with Inform 7 is a "wikibook" at wikibooks.org, begun by Brandon Felger in October 2006.
Other Related Wikis
- About Us. A wiki about webdomains. See their Text Adventures category.
- TV Tropes Wiki. Read about common tropes like stock characters, common plotlines, genres, and so on.
- Unwinnable By Design is particularly relevant to interactive fiction.
- ArtSoftware.org. A wiki for sharing information about free and open source art software.
- WikiIndex. A wiki about other wikis. For example, they have a listing for IFWiki.