After several months of using a wiki with GitHub as the back-end and editing with Gollum, as I mentioned in article below, I have become intrigued by the wiki platform that my office has been using.
My office use Google Docs as one of its document collaboration suite tools. With the additional of open-source software from NYTimes, called Library 1, we can generate a wiki from online documents. These documents are stored on Google Drive and are created using Google Docs.
I employed container-based app to install the wiki with Library.
First, I downloaded the
Dockerfile from the latest release 2, then I build my Docker image based on that
Once the build process was complete, I used the container image to run my wiki instance.
$ cd wiki_oo/
$ docker build -t oonid/wiki-library:1.5.1 .
$ docker run --name wiki_oo --env-file .env \
-p 127.0.0.1:3000:3000 -d oonid/wiki-library:1.5.1
Image courtesy of the NYTimes Open Team: https://open.nytimes.com/we-built-a-collaborative-documentation-site-deploy-your-own-with-the-push-of-a-button-134de99c42fc