Large organizations develop applications on the file system, using linux, ssh, git, Jenkins and other hard-to-learn tools. It is much easier for students, and stand-alone developers to develop web applications in the browser, using a different automatically selected editor for each content type.
What makes the Forest Wiki unique is that you do not have to be a hard core developer to edit the look and feel of a web site. In WordPress, and Ghost end users cannot edit the look and feel. You have to be, or have a developer on staff who understands git, file system development and some PHP, or Node.js. With the Forest wiki, the site admin can edit the look and feel through the web (TTW) using syntax checking editors. A little knowledge of HTML and CSS is all that is required.