Support the generation of additional documentation formats (e.g.manpages, docbooks, HTML).
Support the importation of documentation skeletons and
musculature. For example, a skeleton could be the standard "reference" manpage; the musculature
could be determined by automatically parsing 'getopts' calls from the corresponding program. The responsibility of the
authors is to assign meaning to these skeletal items.
Support extensibility of document types supported without the need to alter core WikiTexi code.
Make edit history available for perusal.
Track document initiator, the individual who first created the document. Allow
initiator status to be transferred (as many free software developers must move on).
Allow for additional levels of privileges - document editors,
section editors, moderated writers. Moderated writers' contributions must
be approved by appropriate section or document editors. (see )
Manage documents in relation to projects and store certain
project-context information for each document (e.g. CVS location, project maintainer, etc.)
Provide for importation of existing documents in well-structure syntaxes (e.g. Linux docs, TexInfo)
Insulate document authors from the ugliness of document transformation.