Enterprise TiddlyWiki

TiddlyWiki has been used for a number of years to organise information, what requirements would an enterprise version of TiddlyWiki have?

TiddlyWiki can be used in the enterprise as a collaboration tool allowing multiple users to contribute to a single TiddlyWiki. In this particular instance we wish to build a sit allowing BT staff to have their own personal Wikis on the intranet.

SiteMinder is the default authentication method used for all BT applications (both internal and external.) In order to conform to BT’s security policy the authentication and authorization will have to be done through SiteMinder. More details about this will be provided soon.

History and Auditing – The system should be able to see all the previous revisions of a document and see who has made each of the changes.

Site Structure – When a user first visits the site a TiddlyWiki homepage should be created for them. The URL should take the form :


which would be extracted from my email address.

Any pages which I then create should be made as sub folders of simon.mcmanus. e.g.


The idea of this is to give users their own space on the BT intranet where they can store many TiddlyWikis.


4 thoughts on “Enterprise TiddlyWiki

  1. Does this mean you guys are gonna develop a multi-user collaboration-friendly solution for TiddlyWiki, complete with tiddler revision histories?
    Sounds exciting!

  2. the plan for an enterprise Tiddlywiki sounds very promising. I have been looking far and wide for a collaboration environment, Tiddlywiki seems like the easiest and most intuitive way to structure inofrmation sharing, that would be even more true if it were tweaked into what you seemed to have in mind in terms of development.

    So here comes the obvious question: any news on your initial intention?
    And then, how can we be of help?

    Thanks for any reply and update.

  3. Hi Yanik,

    ccTiddly 2.x is taking shape, I am going to get some BT user playing with it pretty soon. Next week I hope. I got all the new plugins working in IE today.

    Let me know if you would like to have a play with the early version. I I could sort out some kind of install guide.

    Any feedback/requirements you can send over are always good.

    I will post to this blog as things develop.

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