On Fri, Mar 2, 2018 at 3:56 PM, Thomas Åkesson <tho...@akesson.cc> wrote:
>> On 2018-02-27, at 23:25, Johan Corveleyn <jcor...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Johan Corveleyn <jcor...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>> After ironing out most of the big issues, I think the current "test
>>>>> conversion" is ready for review by a larger audience. I'd like to
>>>>> perform the final migration next Tuesday the 27th, after 21h (GMT+1),
>> FYI, I'm postponing this a bit, at least until Thursday. Didn't get
>> around to the necessary final bits yet ...
> I got an email about "mentions" in the wiki. Was that production migration or 
> test? (looks like test given the Confluence space name)
> In this case, the original use-case was to indicate what I wrote in MoinMoin, 
> kind of the opposite of a mention. I did not use an @ before my username but 
> perhaps entering a plain username in MoinMoin should be considered a mention?
> I can adjust after the production migration, just a couple of places.
> Which tools are you using to load data into Confluence? Just out of interest.
> Thanks,
> Thomas Å.

Hi Thomas,

Yes, this was part of a test migration, but I will soon do the final
migration (probably sometime during next week). I didn't know these
user links (which is what I thought they were) would be sending emails
:-). Sorry for the noise.

My intention was to convert links to the "user page" in moinmoin
(which is typically something like JohanCorveleyn, or ThomasAkesson)
into a link to the user profile in Confluence (which would be
[~jcorvel] in confluence wiki syntax [1]). I didn't realize that this
is not only a link to your user page, but also a "mention", which
generates a notification.

In the case of those two links (mentions) to your name, I only "fixed"
that in the latest test. Because apparently in MoinMoin your username
is "Thomas Åkesson", while that page contains literal ThomasAkesson
(!= username). So my first iterations didn't pick that up, and I
thought the intention was that this should have been a link to your
user in MoinMoin too, so I converted that (more or less manually) into
a [~xxx] link for Confluence. Perhaps that was not what you originally
intended? I can simply remove that manual mapping for you (when I do
my next iteration / final migration), no problem.

For the migration I'm using the so called "Universal Wiki Converter"
[2]. I've had to tweak it a lot though, to get good results. But I'm
almost there now (just a couple of final problems). I intend to share
my tweaks / experiences with ASF infra (or the general public for that
matter), so other projects can benefit from this too if they want to
migrate from MoinMoin to Confluence.

[2] https://migrations.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/UWC/


Reply via email to