On Thu, 2009-07-30 at 07:25 -0400, Matthew Barnes wrote: > On Thu, 2009-07-30 at 11:32 +0530, Chenthill wrote: > > The archived contents would be eventually moved to > > www.gnome.org/projects/evolution . Time-line for the same is not yet > > decided. Until then the contents would remain in go-evolution.org. > > Okay, so what does moving wiki contents to a non-wiki website mean > exactly? Do we snapshot all the pages and copy the static HTML?
Created a static snapshot : http://www.gnome.org/~jjohnny/files/go-evo/ Currently i'm working on moving mediawiki markup to moinmoin markup. > And if > we do that, how do we find archived wiki pages without the wiki's search > feature? I guess we'd have to set up a global index page or something? > > Another option, perhaps only for the short-term, might be to just lock > down go-evolution.org so no new accounts, pages, or edits are possible. > That should preserve the search feature, and also solve the spam > problem, no? > > On a different note, now that we've decided to move we need to compile a > list of which pages to move. How about we set up a wiki page for that > and invite both developers and the community (or at least the evo-list > subscribers) to add what wiki pages they'd like to see moved. Set a > deadline of, say, end of August? http://www.go-evolution.org/Special:Allpages has the list. > > On a third note, anyone know of a good MediaWiki-to-MoinMoin syntax > conversion program? My Google results have yielded mostly conversion > scripts in the opposite direction (MoinMoin-to-MediaWiki), or else > software that requires admin access to the MoinMoin database. Right. So my plan is run a local media wiki clone of go-evo and try out these convertors. - Johnny
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