[p2pu-dev] wiki.p2pu.org - staying with current wiki for now

Pippa Buchanan Pippa.Buchanan at gmail.com
Tue Mar 15 16:42:45 UTC 2011

All very good reasons to stay with the current wiki. Updated the Lighthouse
ticket with the previous Etherpad based discussion on wikis.

On 15 March 2011 23:49, Philipp Schmidt <phi.schmidt at gmail.com> wrote:

> I would like to put the wiki discussion on hold until we have migrated
> our website to the new platform. I don't love the current wiki, but it
> works for most people, and we don't have to worry about hosting
> (updating the software, security issues, server downtime, etc.). Our
> tech resources are committed to development of the new site (and the
> maintenance of the drupal site) for the next while, and the wiki
> discussion makes more sense to have when we can actually do something
> about it.
> Like many of us, I would also prefer to move to an open source wiki
> (as long as it takes into account the usability needs of the
> non-technical P2PU users, e.g. has an equally good WYSYWIG editor and
> file upload/management capability as the current one). However, for
> that to happen now, someone would need to commit to setting it up,
> migrating content, and then maintaining the wiki (not just installing
> it).
> In the meantime, please add further comments on how to select the
> right wiki here, so they don't get lost:
> http://p2pu.lighthouseapp.com/projects/71983/tickets/2-p2pu-wiki#ticket-2-2
> P
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