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From Upayavira ...@upaya.co.uk>
Subject Re: Wiki conversion status
Date Sat, 15 May 2004 18:56:13 GMT
David Crossley wrote:

>Upayavira wrote:
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>>David Crossley wrote:
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>>>Links inside headings are not handled
>>>e.g. http://wiki.apache.org/cocoon/BlockDescriptions
>>>should have a local link in the heading which goes to
>>>our Batik wiki page.
>>>
>>>old: http://wiki.cocoondev.org/Wiki.jsp?page=BlockDescriptions
>>>
>>>I presume that would be a minor problem. People could add
>>>them post-conversion.
>>>      
>>>
>>This is something Moin can't do. This is something I think we'll just 
>>have to do manually post (or pre-) conversion. Just move the link out of 
>>the heading.
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>Okay, post-conversion. We can add them back if really needed.
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>>David Crossley wrote:
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>>>The process of running the conversion script is an
>>>excellent opportunity to automatically catch some spam
>>>that has crept in.
>>>
>>>There is no doubt that we have missed some vandalism
>>>cases. We are only a few humans trying to manually catch it.
>>>Also remember the problem with the diff notification that
>>>only runs every hour and we only get the most recent change.
>>>
>>>Is it possible to generate a list of vandalised pages?
>>>For example one pattern is "emmss.com".
>>>
>>>On the other hand, we could probably run some 'find | grep'
>>>commands on the server-side after the conversion.
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>>>
>>If we can come up with simple rules as to how to implement this, then 
>>yes, but I'd rather just get the conversion done.
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>Definitely, just get the conversion done. We can fix those afterwards.
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>>I've got an exclusions 
>>file which says which pages to exclude from conversion. I can add files 
>>to that.
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>>Otherwise, I think a manual grep for http:// would probably be a good 
>>idea, and then edit the links out via the gui.
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>Where does the content end up on the apache server?
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/www/wiki.apache.org/data/cocoon/data/text is where the actual pages are.

>Those of us with commit access can ssh in and start building
>some tools to find the vandalism.
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Or just use grep. It is just a directory full of text files.

Upayavira


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