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From Noah Slater <>
Subject Re: [REQUEST] Help to transfer the content from moin moin wiki to cwiki
Date Thu, 27 Mar 2014 16:24:33 GMT
Calling all volunteers! We still need help with this. Is anyone up for the task?

We're happy to give a shoutout on Twitter (12.2K followers) and
Google+ and our blog to anyone who chips in with this (quite boring
but very important) work.

On 14 March 2014 19:41, Andy Wenk <> wrote:
> 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
> {code}
> your code here
> {code}
> 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
> irc.
> 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
> --
> Andy Wenk
> Hamburg - Germany
> RockIt!
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Noah Slater

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