[Texas] PyTexas 2012 Wiki

Jeremy Kelley jeremy at 33ad.org
Tue Jun 19 22:10:30 CEST 2012


Why not just crawl the existing moin moin website or export the
pre-markedup db and do a render to flat html for archival purposes?



On Tue, Jun 19, 2012 at 12:05 PM, Brad Allen <bradallen137 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I think it's a great idea to consolidate the wiki as well as some of
> the other websites into a single PyTexas website. Several people last
> year gave me feedback that it's a bit confusing how many websites we
> have.
>
> The current MoinMoin site has a large amount of useful content;
> migrating it could involve several hours of copy/paste work, unless
> there is any import/export functionality, which seems doubtful.
>
> I'm sorry I haven't given the wiki the attention it needed over the
> past few months. After WebFaction changed the IP address, I decided to
> cancel the account and started to move it from WebFaction to
> Rackspace. However, I got busy and the project got left half-done.  I
> can get it back up on running pretty soon...
>
> On Tue, Jun 19, 2012 at 1:53 PM, Liles, Benjamin <benliles at arch.tamu.edu> wrote:
>> I'm looking to integrate the wiki directly into the main PyTexas website
>> which is running Django. Does anyone have any experience with a Wiki
>> application for Django and if so which would you suggest using?
>>
>> Benjamin Liles
>> Senior Software Application Developer
>> College of Architecture
>> Texas A&M University
>> benliles at arch.tamu.edu
>>
>> TAMU 3137 | College Station, TX 77843-3137
>> Tel. 979-862-8584
>>
>> http://arch.tamu.edu/
>>
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