On 26/07/2011, at 2:26 AM, Mo Morsi wrote:
>> You know, I'm hesitant to suggest that a third wiki will
>> problems, but...
>> I'm really liking Github's wiki system. To Hugh's requirement, it
>> doesn't go down all the time. It also supports multiple markup formats,
>> so people can write in whatever is most natural to them. (As trivial as
>> this sounds, we want to make it easy.) We could migrate content over
>> from both wikis to avoid the obvious problem of having three wikis.
>> Of course, the obvious downside is that not all of our projects are
>> using Github, so it might be a little odd to have documentation kept on
>> an external site.
> Yeah, I am liking github more and more, and I think we should move more of our
> projects to it. However, for the wiki itself, I suggest we just take the
> content from the mediawiki and put it in redmine. After all, redmine has to
> work *anyway*, so we may as well use the wiki there.
+1 to the wiki on redmine.
How (in the real world) stable and reliable is Redmine being these days.
A few weeks ago, it was pretty common for it to be offline/unavailable at
times. If that's still occurring, then there's no way we should keep putting
eggs into that basket. GitHub's wiki would be fine with me. They have a
very good collaboration platform, and it's to our benefit to use it (well).
Regards and best wishes,
Aeolus Community Manager