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I'm serching for wiki engine, preferably written on python(but is not necessary), with one specific feature - user should be able to insert the block on pages, which will be visible only for one user, the author. This wiki is needed to play dungeons and dragons. Dungeon master should be able to insert a mark for himself.

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closed as not constructive by wax eagle, Pat Ludwig Apr 24 '12 at 2:53

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I changed your tags since the question is about GM tools and not about D&D. – Sardathrion Apr 23 '12 at 7:12
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Moinmoin would fit that bill pretty well. It has hierarchical ACL which can do just what you want and is written in Python.

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thank you, it's what I looking for. – Rnd_d Apr 24 '12 at 21:14
You are welcome. – Sardathrion Apr 25 '12 at 5:57

If you don't mind using another website, Obsidian Portal has exactly what you want.

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