Migrate website documentation to the Wiki

Chris Morgan chmorgan at gmail.com
Tue Oct 4 10:33:48 CDT 2005

If we are going to consider moving the wiki can we move to wiki
software that lets you use html in wiki entries?  I'd imagine not
having to learn wiki tags would make it easier for people to produce
well formatted pages.


On 10/4/05, Jeremy Newman <jnewman at codeweavers.com> wrote:
> On Tue, 2005-10-04 at 17:10 +0200, Jonathan Ernst wrote:
> > That was exactly what I wanted to do:
> >
> > - let the sgml, wwn, press releases and so on where they are
> > - move the rest to the wiki
> >
> > Sorry if that was not clear enough in my first message (when I said
> > static I meant content that is not generated dynamically from some other
> > files which excludes sgml docs and wwn).
> Ahh sounds good to me. Might be time to talk to Dimi about moving the
> hosting of the Wiki over to the WineHQ.org box then.
> I'm all for reducing my load. You don't even want to see my internal
> CodeWeavers bug/todo list. Ish!
> Just wanted to make my point that it would be crazy to loose all the
> useful features that SGML provides. It's not hard to learn to use and
> submit patches for the mainline SGML docs. The rest of the WineHQ
> content is less than 20 pages to move over to the Wiki.

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