Recently I participated in a digital humanities hackathon where we created programs for automatic handling of texts. For example, one program involved automatic detection of Biblical phrases in modern prose and poetry. For this and similar projects, we needed quick access to text in a table format, such as, a table of all verses in the Bible. Although such table can be created automatically from Wikisource using their API, it is much more convenient to be able to download the table itself in a computer-readable format, such as comma-seperated-values.
The problem is, a CSV file of the Bible (or other large texts) would be too large to put in a Wikisource page. Also, the Media-Wiki software does not allow to upload CSV or any other database files.
So, my question is: do you know of a wiki-like website where uses can create and edit data tables in a format that is convenient both for human editors and for computers?