# Known Mojomojo installations
## Public wikis (everyone can read)
### Perl-related
* [Catalyst Framework Wiki](http://dev.catalystframework.org/)
* [Nordaaker Wiki](http://nordaaker.com/wiki/)
* [Enlightened Perl Organization](http://epo.means.no/) (prototype)
* [Oslo Perl Mongers](http://wiki.oslo.pm.org/)
* [Japan Perl Association](http://wiki.perlassociation.org/) - showcases Unicode usage
* [FormFu.org](http://www.formfu.org/) - Wiki for HTML-FormFu
* [Catalyzed Wiki](http://wiki.catalyzed.org/) - Wiki for the Catalyzed site
* [Madrid Perl Mongers](http://madrid.pm.org)
### Small organizations
* [The Red Hair Temperament](http://theredhairedtemperament.com/) - a Norwegian band. Good example of styling MojoMojo
* [Cassy-Nautic Website](http://www.cassy-nautic.com/) - made with fckeditor branch
### Personal wikis
* [Dan Dascalescu's wiki](http://wiki.dandascalescu.com) - P90X FAQ, hardware and software reviews, philosophy, humor, blog
* [Robert Litwiniec (LiNiO) wiki](http://linio.wonder.pl) - Debian, SELinux, Catalyst, MojoMojo, Photo, links, etc.
* [wiki.rdd.ro](http://wiki.rdd.ro) - personal wiki
## Restricted wikis (only members can read)
* [Italian Perl Workshop organization](http://www.perl.it/worgw/)
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