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Anyone recommend a good user portal, looking to create a portal for users to provide them some self help material. Has to be REALLY simple!

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closed as off topic by Mark Henderson Aug 11 '11 at 22:00

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Just about any wiki? MoinMoin, MediaWiki, whatever... You'll find a good comparison on Wikipedia.

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What about wordpress? is that just for blogging? We have mediawiki for our own KB but I don't think its user friendly enough – John Apr 20 '10 at 15:02
I would prefer a Wiki, as internal linking is much more easier. Wordpress is a blogging software which could be (ab)used for other purposes, but where I personally feel restricted. Mediawiki is a great system for real big wikis (i.e. Wikipedia), other systems are much easier to use (I like Moin). In the end, it's your call - setting up a test installation of Wordpress or a Wiki system is not that difficult, so you can see and maybe even let the users decide. – Sven Apr 20 '10 at 15:23

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