On Sep 29, 7:50 pm, Julian Foad <julian.f..._at_wandisco.com> wrote:
> I'd like us to have a Wiki. I understand we can have one on the ASF just
> by asking. My use for it would be to host developer-to-developer
> information about designs in progress. Shall I just go ahead and ask
> the ASF (via danielsh) so set it up?
> He says "confluence or moinmoin? <cwiki.apache.org> and
> <wiki.apache.org>". I don't know which would suit us better, and am
> inclined to just go with whichever is more popular at the ASF or what
> you lot say here.
from technical features, operator maintenance, and usability
standpoints, moinmoin is probably the better wiki, while confluence
has the better integration to display e.g. microsoft powerpoint inside
the wiki. moinmoin is written in python, and confluence in java. this
makes non-java folks tend vs moinmoin, and java people vs confluence.
operating systems seem to lean vs moinmoin (debian, ubuntu, centos)
Received on 2011-09-30 20:52:01 CEST