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From Robert Newson <rnew...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] Switching wiki to Confluence
Date Mon, 12 Aug 2013 00:31:25 GMT
I've no love for the current wiki stack, will Confluence be faster? +1 if so.


On 12 August 2013 01:24, Noah Slater <nslater@apache.org> wrote:
> Hi folks,
>
> We're moving the docs to the source, which is great!
>
> However, we still have some stuff that we wanna keep on the wiki for now:
>
>  * Weekly news (not started yet)
>  * Merge procedure
>  * Release procedure
>  * Release preparation
>  * Test procedure
>  * Committer election process
>  * PMC election process
>  * Community guide
>  * Roadmap process
>  * Board reports
>  * Board report guide
>  * Code of conduct
>  * PMC charter
>  * By-laws
>  * Marketing guide
>  * CouchDB vision stuff
>
> Um. Probably more stuff. That's just stuff I am interested in working on.
> Anyway, this is all project-level stuff. Doesn't belong on the homepage,
> doesn't belong in the manual.
>
> I've been editing the wiki more and more recently, and I gotta tell you:
> it's a bag of shit. I mean really, I pressed "submit" on a change about 20
> seconds before sending this email, and I'm still writing this email, and
> the page is still loading.
>
> I dunno if any of you have had any experience with the wiki recently, but
> it's been this slow for months. And I am not confident it's gonna get any
> better.
>
> For that reason, I keep thinking about moving to Confluence. I'm not sure
> how much work is involved in that. Perhaps people wanna help out?
>
> Might be a nice opportunity to clear out the stuff that is in Moin, that we
> don't want there any more, because it's in the docs. (i.e. We just wouldn't
> move it over.)
>
> If you don't regularly edit the wiki, I'm hoping you wont mind the proposed
> move. As I say, as someone who is using it fairly regularly, it is causing
> me a lot of problems.
>
> (Though, I really don't need to be adding work to my plate. Perhaps someone
> else would be interested in moving the content over? Eugh.)
>
> Thanks,
>
> --
> Noah Slater
> https://twitter.com/nslater

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