This question about alternatives to wikis (to use to build an encyclopedia of one's world) is currently on hold. This question about map-making software is currently open. Both are software-recommendation questions.
We have a highly-voted meta post that suggests permitting well-scoped questions of this type:
We can do a better job of answering world building software questions internally than by pointing people over there [Software Recommendations]. [...]
A good question would state what the intended use is (world generation, naming, knowledge maps, etc), what kinds of features it should have (random generation from a seed, word lists, smart linking, etc).
Both of these questions describe what the author is looking for (although maybe not in enough detail in some cases). Both state a world-building purpose (encyclopedia, maps). What is the difference between the two? Or is there none and they should either both be open or both be closed?