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From Du Krøger, Dennis <>
Subject RE: Switch to confluence for wiki?
Date Mon, 12 Oct 2015 11:14:45 GMT

GO! GO! GO! :)

-----Original Message-----
From: Kasper Sørensen [] 
Sent: 12. oktober 2015 12:50
Subject: Re: Switch to confluence for wiki?

Oh but the issue with MoinMoin is much much worse. If you edit a page it takes literally from
5 to 10 _minutes_ for it to commit the change! :-)

2015-10-12 11:53 GMT+02:00 Du Krøger, Dennis <>:

> Hi Kasper,
> I guess in all cases it is better with a more modern Wiki, but if the 
> Confluence speed is anything like the JIRA speed (I assume they will 
> served together, both being part of the same Atlassian stack), I don't 
> really see a big speed improvement. My initial clicking around in 
> seems to confirm that.
> I think we should do a bit of comparison before we spend time on 
> moving stuff over, unless it is pretty easy (a converter script, or 
> something like that).
> BR,
> Dennis
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Kasper Sørensen []
> Sent: 12. oktober 2015 09:09
> To:
> Subject: Switch to confluence for wiki?
> Hi everybody,
> Yesterday I did a few updates to our wiki and found that it is almost 
> unbearably slow to work with. So I posted an INFRA ticket [1] but 
> learned that it is inherently a problem with MoinMoin, the wiki server that we use.
> All INFRA can do is switch us over to confluence, which scales a lot 
> better for them.
> For me it doesn't matter which wiki system we use, as long as it's 
> there, and the content is there too.
> Would you think it's a good idea to move to confluence? Would anyone 
> help port the content over to a new confluence instance if we did?
> Best regards,
> Kasper
> [1]
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