A variety of websites and projects using Semantic MediaWiki are collected on this website. The list is not intended to be exhaustive but represents selections made by the community, including websites that have previously been featured as Wiki of the Month, a community initiative which ran from 2010 to 2015. A more extensive list of public websites running Semantic MediaWiki can be obtained from WikiApiary.
CODECS is a collaborative web platform which draws heavily on data management technologies from Semantic MediaWiki and its spin-offs to accommodate resources for the benefit of scholars of Celtic studies worldwide. By far its most ambitious ongoing project is the *selgā catalogue, a research and teaching tool focusing on annotated descriptions of historical sources (texts and manuscripts) and bibliographic records, with well over 15,000 entries and counting. Also of special note is Tionscadal na Nod, which serves as an aid to interpreting abbreviations and other devices employed by scribes of vernacular Irish manuscripts.
"The Manuscript Desk is an online environment in which manuscript pages can be uploaded, manuscript pages can be transcribed, and collations of transcriptions can be performed. The Manuscript Desk builds on, and extends different software components used in the Digital Humanities. The project is open-source, licenced under the GNU License. Full installation instructions, and additional information on the technical structure of the software can be found on GitHub. [...] The Manuscript Desk is currently in its testing phase."
The Transcription Desk is the heart of a major online initiative to transcribe the manuscripts of the English philosopher Jeremy Bentham. It is managed by the Bentham Project at University College London. The project is in the process of moving from MediaWiki to Transkribus.