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Re: Wiki Migration

As for a new wiki system, I am all for that. Personally, I have found Moin to be very frustrating, and I would be more than happy to help with migration to a new system. My friend and I could probably investigate this a bit further and report about it.

On Dec 14, 2007 5:45 PM, Callum Lerwick <seg haxxed com> wrote:

On Fri, 2007-12-14 at 16:24 -0700, Jonathan Steffan wrote:
> Or we can just use our own search system and not use the wiki search
> system. I can (and have planned to for some time, just out of
> $freetime) revive searchfedora.org using the existing datapark search
> (http://dataparksearch.org/ ) code or we can use an experimental indexing
> system I'm working on in python that uses Xapian and some custom python
> to feed the indexer, as Xapian doesn't have it's own
> robots ( http://www.xapian.org/). Datapark search scales very well. I've
> not been the most impressed with xapian, but moreso with it's indexing
> strategy rather then it's true purpose as an indexing framework (as
> best I can tell.) IIRC, MoinMoin has xapian plugins, but I would
> recommend a completely external search system. Let me know if reviving
> searchfedora.org should be moved up on my todo list.

Why not just let Google do it? I know I've run into sites that do this.
I don't know the details though. Presumably you put a
site: fedoraproject.org in there...

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