My googling shows most people switch from MoinMoin to MediaWiki
because Moin is limited to about 32000 pages. I don't see us every
getting anywhere near these limits.

If we're just trying to improve speed, I don't think switching
software is the answer. It's pretty easy to reconfigure what we've got
to make it faster.

We'd need some other reasons to switch to justify the work. Also
MediaWiki lacks significant features that we use (like ACLs and
Docbook support).

2009/3/12 Laszlo Pandy <laszl...@gmail.com>:
> I was gonna suggest mediawiki too, but I thought it would be too much
> trouble to setup yet another wiki.
>
> 2009/3/11 Christopher Brown <snecklif...@gmail.com>:
>> 2009/3/11 Stuart Langridge <s...@kryogenix.org>:
>>>>  * Does either Jono or Aq know why that server is so slow? userdocs would
>>>>   be easier to use if it didn't take so long to load.
>>>
>>> No. That server runs quite a few sites, I admit, but the other sites
>>> aren't slow. Am open to suggestions for how to make it faster.
>>
>> Fedora used to use MoinMoin for their wiki but after much head-bashing
>> gave up and switched to Mediawiki. Personally I'd advocate the same.
>>
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