We'd like move the JMeter Wiki to MoinMoin.

It should probably start at  
http://wiki.apache.org/jakarta-jmeter, but 
http://wiki.apache.org/jmeter would do just as well.

Commit messages should go to [EMAIL PROTECTED] initially.

Anything else you need to know?

S. (sebb AT A.O)
-----Original Message-----
From: Leo Simons [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: 28 February 2004 09:20
Subject: [wiki] Jakarta wikis set up

Dear Jakarta PMC,

I have set up MoinMoin wikis for Jakarta at


Please take a look at the README file in /www/wiki.apache.org on 
minotaur, http://wiki.apache.org/gump/HelpContents and 
http://moin.sf.net for more information about MoinMoin.

I have also attempted to migrate all content from the UseMod wiki 
installation to the appropriate places in the new MoinMoin wiki 
installation. Since the migration script is not perfect, some pages may 
be missing and/or looking awkward. You will need to fix these manually.

Specifically, page where copied over as follows:

*Jakarta*       ->      /jakarta
*Lucene*        ->      /jakarta-lucene
*Tomcat*        ->      /jakarta/tomcat

this means that a lot of pages for jakarta subprojects have not been 
migrated to a new final location on the MoinMoin installation yet, and 
are hence located (immutable) at


We can set up more subwikis for the jakarta subprojects and migrate 
those pages, or we can copy those pages to the /jakarta subwiki. Just ask.

Note that cvs-style commit messages for changes made to the wiki will be 
sent to the appropriate mailing lists as has been requested (the 
moderator for those mailing lists will likely need to make some changes 
to allow these to go through).

Please contact us on the [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list if you 
have any questions (prefix the e-mail subject with '[wiki]').

best regards,

- Leo Simons


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