I am very happy to announce our new wiki!
If you go to wiki.list.org you will see our shiny new Moin-based wiki. We are retiring the old Confluence-based wiki at the end of February. Until then, you can access it at old-wiki.list.org.
Our very huge thanks go to Paul Boddie who did the amazing conversion work, almost single-handedly reverse engineering the Confluence dump through several iterations. Of course, our thanks also go to John Viega, owner of the list.org domain and Mailman's inventor for helping us get the DNS flipped over. Thanks too to everyone who gave feedback on the new wiki, contributed to the old wiki, and continue to help edit this important resource for the Mailman community.
Our thanks also go to the Python Software Foundation and the PSF infrastructure team for providing us with the virtual machine hosting our new wiki.
If you had write access to the old wiki and want it again for the new wiki, you will have to re-submit a request to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be sure to register with wiki.list.org and provide us with your user name.
With this conversion, I am happy to say that GNU Mailman is finally fully hosted on free software. While we appreciate the years of service donated to us by Atlassian and Contegix, it's important that we set an example by utilizing an entirely free software stack for our development and outreach. The wiki was our last remaining non-free bits.
Let the gardening begin!
Cheers, -Barry (On behalf of the GNU Mailman steering committee)
P.S. We are working on the SSL certificate for the new wiki. Stay tuned.