--- Comment #10 from Tim Landscheidt <t...@tim-landscheidt.de> ---
(In reply to comment #9)
> Just mentioning that there are other needs for postgresql than just this, see
> #48896. Do you reckon
Yes, but a) we don't need PostgreSQL for a wiki and b) that would probably be a
WONTFIX at WMF :-). wiki.toolserver.org is very plain and no frills, and there
are no problems migrating it to MySQL (or any other backend).
> I am rather wondering why the wiki should stay writeable, with wikitech being
> the new wiki for tools. Couldn't we just keep a read-only toolserver wiki as
> archive (which is really good to have) and keep it in postgresql for
> (If not, why?)
At some point in the future it should certainly be turned read-only. But if we
migrate wiki.toolserver.org for example next month, people might want to add
information where specific tools went to, update links to their user pages,
etc. I think it's easier if we keep it writeable for users with a
justification, rather than locking it totally up and having to handle every
change by an admin.
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