Wiki software with collaborative real-time editor

I'm looking for a Wiki software, knowledge base tool or something similar with the following features: * reading access for users without account can be configured * collaborative real-time editor for the content * basic wiki features like categories, markup or WYSIWYG, search bar etc. Open source is preferred but not a must. Especially the real time editor gives me headaches. The only software i know which has all these features is Confluence, but as i said i would prefer free software. Confluence also has tons of features which are useless for my usecase. Any other ideas?
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