I've spent a fair amount of time the last couple of days, moving content
over to confluence  instead of the old MoinMoin wiki .
There is still a bit of content to go which has not been ported, but more
important, there's a bunch of new and much better information available on
Confluence now. Here are some of the pages that are significantly more
meaty on the new site:
- Query object, the QueryBuilder API and Query parsing 
- CSV file support 
- Relational/JDBC database support 
- Schema model 
Pages that I know of that have still not been mirrored from MoinMoin:
- examples/SimpleQueriesToGetStarted (this should probably be incorporated
- examples/TraverseSchemaModel (I don't know how much we want to keep
advertising this feature)
- examples/DataTypeConversion (this should probably be incorporated into
- MigratingFromEobjectsMetaModel (this seems very VERY legacy - I wonder
if anyone bothers anymore)
- BlogsAndPresentations (needs a caring hand)
That's not an overwhelming list and I personally feel like just doing one
of these every day or so, so that Confluence is soon a super-set of the old
wiki. But already without it I feel the content on Confluence is so much
Given this new content I feel eager to slab a big "OBSOLETE - go to the new
wiki here" label on the MoinMoin site and to start redirecting users that
come in via our main website and github MarkDown pages, JavaDoc links etc.
Before I start doing that I wanted to check if everybody is OK with that?
Please raise any concerns.