That seems like something you should have done before saying repeatedly that you wouldn’t use DokuWiki for whatever it is you’re wanting to do.
You’ve suggested three packages, two of which advertise themselves as (more or less) replacements for Evernote. There’s nothing wrong with that, but that sounds like something different than a wiki. Another thread recently mentioned Joplin on the web, which would seem to live in the same space.
I have no stake in DokuWiki, nor in the Nethserver module for it. To the extent my opinion matters at all (which is questionable), I have no issue, in principle, with having modules for any or all of these. I might even be inclined to work on one–if I had some idea of what unique features or capabilities it offered. But you aren’t giving that information. You aren’t explaining what you want to do, how the existing package falls short (because it easily does everything you’ve said you want to do*), or how any of your suggested alternatives is any better. When you say repeatedly that you “wouldn’t use” DokuWiki for your application, you must have some reason in mind, but you thus far haven’t told us what it is. And if (as seems the case) you have no direct experience with any of the alternatives you suggest, I don’t see how you can conclude that they’ll be better.
*what you’ve said so far, in total: you want a “wiki and documentation system for me and my team, somewhere to write some notes for everyone.” You further want “a simple document storage and editing functions which have support for collaboration, and allows you to invite users into it.” You suggest “i need something for internal and personal use, where i am the only person accessing”, or “i will be sharing with internel users with login and password”. I’m not sure DokuWiki has a built-in method of sending user invitations, but certainly there are ways of inviting users. It does everything else here with the base install.