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From Jason Dillon <>
Subject Re: Confluence Setup (was: Re: zones update)
Date Sat, 03 Dec 2005 22:44:08 GMT
FYI, MoinMoin ain't got nuthin on the latest plugins for Confluence,  
like the Composition plugin:

If you haven't seen these, you really gotta check them out.  The tabs  
and clocking macros turn any ordinary flat wiki page into a dynamic  
documentation application.

Um, anyways... Its been a long time since I was on the infra list...  
but I tend to recall they listen to reason, and I believe that the  
move to Confluence is more than reasonable.  So perhaps they just  
need a bit more convincing and a hearty nudge.


On Dec 3, 2005, at 2:25 PM, Bruce Snyder wrote:

> On 12/3/05, Jason Dillon <> wrote:
>> Is there a MySQL database available for Geronimo use?  We probably
>> want to use an external RDMBS to back the Confluence setup.
>> I can start with the standalone and we can migrate to an external
>> RDBMS later if there isn't one available right now.
>> Also, unless someone has a better suggestion, I'm going to put all of
>> this under /opt/confluence.
> There has been some raging debate over weather we should use
> Confluence over on the infrastruture list. The powers that be say
> we've already got a wiki and we should just use it. The alternative
> was that we run our own Confluence instance from the Solaris zone -
> that went over like a lead balloon with infrastructure.
> Bruce
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