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From Andy Wenk <>
Subject [REQUEST] Help to transfer the content from moin moin wiki to cwiki
Date Fri, 14 Mar 2014 18:41:00 GMT
Hi all,

I am sure you already hear, that we have a new Wiki "Space" for CouchDB.
It's a Atlassian Confluence and I will call it "cwiki". Thanks to Noah for
doing the first steps here. You can find the new wiki at

We already discussed the structure within the marketing team. Alex finally
wrote the structure down and I think what we have now is a good starting
point. Now your help is needed. The following list is a general guide for
the process to transfer the content from the old "Moin Moin" wiki at to the new cwiki.

* register at cwiki
* write to dev@ or ask a mod at IRC to be added to the CouchDB Space - this
is a required step
* take a page from the old wiki
* read it carefully and optimise the content
* find the best place where to add the content in cwiki - if needed, add a
new page
* insert the content into the new page at cwiki
* blank out the content in the old wiki and set a link to the new home with
the following info:

"This page has been moved to the new wiki. Please refer to [ADD_NEW_URL]"

And you're done.

The user guide for cwiki can be found at

The most important thing to know is

your code here

If you start typing "{co" a popup will open and you can choose "Code block"

About the content

We now have the chance to increase the quality of the content and cleanup
old stuff. At this point, many thanks to all the contributors who helped to
write down all the info in the wiki. Because we also have, the idea is to use this place for real
documentation and the cwiki for general info. So if you think some parts
should be moved to the docs, please discuss this at the @dev mailinglist or

If you have any questions - please ask.

I hope we can find a lot of people to start this big task. Are you willing
to help?

Thanks a lot!


Andy Wenk
Hamburg - Germany

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