Moving the Ubuntu Wiki to Mediawiki or something else?

Scarlett Clark scarlett.gately.clark at
Tue Feb 16 20:33:59 UTC 2016

+1 to change. I stopped trying to even use it years ago, unless absolutely
 If it hasn't been fixed by now, I highly doubt it will ever be fixed.
Please for the sake of collaboration lets get a functional wiki :)

On Tue, Feb 16, 2016 at 12:28 PM, Winael <vinzjobard at> wrote:

> Hi everyone
> Le mar. 16 févr. 2016 20:40, Jono Bacon <jono at> a écrit :
>> Hey Everyone,
>> While we are focused on the performance issues here I think we should
>> also consider the user interview. MoinMoin just isn't very intuitive, and I
>> would argue that MediaWiki isn't all that better.
>> When I was at XPRIZE I evaluated a bunch of different wikis and
>> WikiSpaces came out on top. Now, it is not open source, which may be a
>> blocker, but it is a great service, externally hosted (so they absolutely
>> have to have it be responsive), affordable, and provides a really great and
>> simple user experience.
> Well sorry Jono, but I don't think so to use a non opensource software is
> a good idea, even if the user experience is better.
> We're facing so much criticism about certain part of non-free software on
> Ubuntu infrastructure. Giving bullets to be shoot to anti-Ubuntu advocate,
> well, I'm definitely not a player...
> I think we could find some great opensource wiki tool allowing users to
> participate (if wikipedia can do it why we can't ? It's true that moinmoin
> is just a little bit better than SharePoint wiki that's the worst thing I
> see.
>> Just my $0.02c.
> Just my 0,02 € ^^
> Cheers
> Winael
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