On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 01:11:20PM +0000, Karanbir Singh wrote: > On 21/02/18 22:30, Fabian Arrotin wrote: > > That's a good question, as we'll also have to migration for moinmoin if > > we can't find a support path to migrate to supported version anyway. > > So first question (already asked on the list) : is there a way to get in > > touch with moin people willing to help/assist us ? (as their upgrade > > tool wasn't working to test migration from 1.6 to 1.7) > > it would be good if someone on the docs team ( or docs focused could > take this up, I am far too removed from implementation at this point to > drive that conversation productively ). > > Other than that, +1 to engage moin upstream
+1 on getting moin updated to current. It's going to be much less work in the long run than converting everything over to mediawiki or similar. > > And then too : is there a way to consume a kind of API for moin that > > would then meet the "content management via automation" requirement. Or > > do we have to also investigate directly another solution (like > > mediawiki) and so migration ? > > does media-wiki have an api ? Yes, but unnecessary to resort to API for this. moin-1.6 and newer all have functionality via 'macros' (plugins, mostly) to pull in remote content and have it rendered by the moin rendering engine and then displayed in-line. Your work-flow could produce an artifact that is raw wiki-formatted text and then wiki.c.o could consume that content automatically. Keeping that content up-to-date would then be the responsibility of the work-flow pipeline itself. John -- We may have democracy, or we may have wealth concentrated in the hands of a few, but we can't have both. -- Louis Brandeis (1856-1941), U.S. Supreme Court Justice, quoted by Raymond Lonergan in Mr. Justice Brandeis, Great American (1941), p. 42.
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