If we do decide to move to a CMS, I would like to suggest that we go with Enano CMS. The conversion utilities could probably be adapted from the mediawiki version to Enano because Enano shares syntax with MediaWiki. Enano's own model of security is much more advanced from other systems, and is less likely to get hacked to bits. Enano provides fine-grained ACLS, and a better model for managing categories than Moin. It also recently started using a new search algorithm that is much faster than the original one. The searching also seems to be faster in Enano than in Moin. http://enanocms.org is the main website.On Dec 15, 2007 4:43 AM, Peter Robinson < pbrobinson gmail com> wrote:On Dec 14, 2007 8:22 PM, Mike McGrath < mmcgrath redhat com> wrote:The X guys are looking at moving from Moin to MediaWiki. There's a
> Ok, I'm just throwing this out there for discussion.
> We would like to migrate from Moin to another wiki.
> We have yet to find any valid migration scripts that convert users,
> histories, etc.
> What would YOU say if we made the current wiki read only, and made the
> teams and people migrate important relevant content over to a blank wiki
> by hand (copy and paste)?
> I think this would also allow us to trim up the wiki a bit. So the
> question I'm asking is if we decided to go this route. How many of you
> would hate the Infrastructure group?
post about some conversion tools here =>
Looks like to tools need a bit of work but as they say many hands make
light work so maybe some coders could help out that tool and save a
whole lot of pain for a number of people.
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