[IPython-User] Vote: should we move our wiki over to github?

Matthias BUSSONNIER bussonniermatthias@gmail....
Sun Sep 9 07:21:25 CDT 2012


Le 9 sept. 2012 à 11:51, Bjorn Madsen a écrit :

> Why Github? A fossil server would do as well....

I think the point is to centralize, and avoid maintaining a separate wiki which is painful.
If we wanted to move all our website, wiki and dev environment, that would have been a different story. 
-- 
Matthias

> 
> GIT	FOSSIL
> File versioning only	Versioning, Tickets, Wiki, and Blog/News
> Sharding	Replicating
> Developer branches	Feature branches
> Complex	Intuitive
> Separate web tools	Integrated Web interface
> Lots of little tools	Single executable
> Pile-of-files repository	Single file repository
> Uses "rebase"	Immutable
> GPL	BSD
> http://www.fossil-scm.org/index.html/doc/trunk/www/fossil-v-git.wiki
> 
> On 8 September 2012 22:31, Fernando Perez <fperez.net@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> 
> We've been having on and off discussions about this in the middle of
> other threads for a while, and we think it's time to make a decision.
> Our current wiki setup (http://wiki.ipython.org) is a manual mediawiki
> installation that we manage, with configuration mostly having been
> done by Thomas and myself.  We chose that instead of activating the
> github wiki mainly because we wanted a more 'user friendly' space:
> github wikis are still located deep inside of the github site with a
> lot of screen space and controls that are mostly relevant to those
> following development more closely.
> 
> But as more and more of our workflow happens on github, we are
> reconsidering this decision.  For example, with the new process for
> discussing more complex IPython enahncements via IPEPs
> (https://github.com/ipython/ipython/wiki/IPython-Enhancement-Proposals-%28IPEPs%29),
> it makes a lot of sense to work on github itself, as it lets us
> conveniently link all materials on one site, we reuse skills
> (markdown) and workflow patterns, etc.  And keeping *two* wikis, one
> on a manual Mediawiki install and one on github, is really more
> management than it's worth.  Hence the question:
> 
> Should we consolidate all wiki materials on a single one on github?
> 
> [ ] Yes
> [ ] No
> 
> In terms of actually agreeing to move, we need to have a migration
> plan in place first, though.  Maintaining two wikis is untenable, so
> before we start building the new github one we need to have a solution
> for migrating content, which fortunately isn't too much.  Would anyone
> here volunteer to help out with this process?  Most likely it can be
> automated to a significant degree; we can give a volunteer acess to
> the mediawiki installation; since the github wiki is itself just a
> wiki repo, then running pandoc over all the pages on the existing wiki
> and pushing to that local repo should be pretty easy.
> 
> Cheers,
> 
> f
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