Moving the Ubuntu Wiki to Mediawiki or something else?

Daniel Holbach daniel.holbach at
Wed Feb 17 14:07:07 UTC 2016


I think before we file RTs and we set dates in stone and set
expectations, somebody should talk to the people who we expect to do all
the work and maintain this for us.

I'm quite sure the IS team has looked at alternatives and assessed
feasability at some stage and there might be considerations we on this
list are not aware of. It would also be intesting to hear what an
estimate on the expected workload is going to be.

Have a great day,

On 17.02.2016 14:34, José Antonio Rey wrote:
> Following what I've heard from this thread, I'll get started.
> The first step in all of this process is to open an RT with IS. I'll
> personally track its progress and make sure things go as expected.
> After that, we need to work in a timeline. How much time do we want to
> test both MediaWiki and DokuWiki before moving to one of them? One week?
> Two? A month?
> --
> José Antonio Rey
> On Wed, Feb 17, 2016, 06:58 Daniel Holbach <daniel.holbach at
> <mailto:daniel.holbach at>> wrote:
>     Hello,
>     On 16.02.2016 20:32, Alan Pope wrote:
>     > We should of course discuss the various options available, and get
>     > buy-in from Canonical IS to provide some resource to help, but I think
>     > this is a do-able project which can make the project better for many
>     > people.
>     Yes, I agree that we should talk to IS rather sooner than later and see
>     what their view on things is. They might even have investigated
>     replacements, etc.
>     Have a great day,
>      Daniel
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