On Mon, Dec 17, 2012 at 10:44:54AM -0500, Mo Morsi wrote:
The following is the list of wiki pages grouped by their ultimate
destination. If there are any errors please reply here. I'll start the
migration process this week.
Still need to figure out how to handle images and files that have been
uploaded and links to other wiki pages.
to site wiki:
We never found a better place, though the website's wiki feels like an
odd spot. I'd almost be up for just putting these on the Conductor wiki,
since it's sort of been a de facto location for stuff that's
to conductor wiki:
to other wikis:
Building_Images_for_RHEL (imagefactory, oz)
Development_Setup (imagefactory, oz)
Not to complicate things, but some of these (such as the 'Building
Images for RHEL' page) were things meant to be how-to guides for
Conductor users, IIRC. It's interesting to me that there are only four
pages that don't fall into the project-wide or Conductor categories so
far -- it almost makes me wonder if we should just lump everything under
excluding: (Most of these are feature pages, alot of these are
done or no
Is there historic value in these?
I was looking for this page just the other day, trying to help someone
with a messed-up 1.0 install. I expect this is quite uncommon, but it
kind of makes me wonder if there's more value than meets the eye in
keeping some of these pages around.
Conductor 2012* (not sure what these are)
Frequently_Asked_Questions (not much here)
Publicity cabal minutes*
Rails_best_practices_output (all but empty)
I'd put this together a while back to help less-technical people. I'm
not sure anyone has used it in a while, though it may still have value.
This appears to be the main page. Are we just going to rename it?
Thanks for putting this together, Mo. Seems like we had an awful lot of
stuff on the wiki!
I noted a handful of stuff that I'm not sure we need to delete; every
now and then it's useful to be able to go back and look at old sprint
documents or whatnot. (Case in point, I recently had to help someone
pull a design doc off of the old Mediawiki site.) In general I'd
advocate keeping anything that isn't misleading and wrong, and doesn't
make sense to update. Overall, I think this gets us fairly close,
though. (We can always delete pages _after_ the migration, too -- and in
fact they'll enter git history that way. Hence my thinking that it makes
sense to be quite conservative with what we delete.)