David Robert Lewis, one of the ubuntu-za crowd, announced this today:
Ubuwiki Live, a digest of free content specially formatted for Ubuntu, has been released to mark Software Freedom Day. What is unique about the Internet bundle available from Sourceforge.net, is that it exists entirely within a self-contained XHTML file. The application is the result of work carried out by the Wiki on a Stick (WoaS) project in conjunction with Indlovu, a South African Intermediate Technology initiative. As the person responsible, I can say I am quite pleased with the result and hopefully similar such offerings will be on the way to enliven the Ubuntu experience. However, I’ve probably destroyed Windows in the process and life is never going to be the same.
Download it at: http://sourceforge.net/projects/ubuwikioffline/