It would be nice for PikiPiki to allow people to upload files and embed them into the page. We can do this using HTTP/HTML file upload in a form. This could be either a picture to be inserted directly, or some other document to be linked.
The KmWiki WikiClone supports in-place editing of diagrams using a JavaHotDraw-derived widget, and objects in the diagram can link to pages. This is pretty cool, but quite complicated and not necessarily terribly useful.
OriginalWiki just supports links to documents, but doesn't give people a way to upload: they have to have their own web server, which makes things difficult in some environments.
It would be nice to let people upload multiple files and replace them later.
Has this idea completely died? I hope not.
I would like to see users be able to upload images and what-not. I've looked into it a bit, but what I've found is that with a completely flat filesystem (all the pages in data/text ) that managing the files might be somewhat weird. Perhaps if each WikiPage were in it's own directory? -MattWestervelt