On Fri, Jan 26, 2018 at 1:16 AM, Johan Corveleyn <jcorvel_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> Remaining problems:
> * Mapping users works, but only if there is a corresponding account on
> cwiki.a.o. Out of the 24 users that edited pages on our Moin wiki, 17
> don't have a confluence account (3 of which have only made a single
> edit to add their gpg fingerprint to a hackathon page). See file
> non-confluence-users.txt in attachment, sorted on the amount of edits.
> -> People reading this that are on the non-confluence-users list:
> could you go over to cwiki.apache.org and create an account please?
> Just click "Sign up here" on the login form, and fill in the details.
> If you have an ASF id, you should use the same account name for your
> confluence account.
> -> After that, I suppose I can send some individual mails for the
> remaining people
I've sent direct emails to the people on the non-confluence-users list
that haven't created an account yet. This was the content of that mail
(shameless adaption of brane's mail in 2015 for the Bugzilla -> JIRA
migration --- a bit "formal" perhaps for the much smaller wiki
audience, but hey, I'm lazy^Wefficient):
Subject: Subversion Wiki Migration
[You are receiving this message because you made edits to wiki pages
The Apache Subversion developers have decided to migrate the wiki from
the current MoinMoin instance  to the Confluence wiki hosted by the
Apache Software Foundation .
We are trying to properly map the old accounts of people who have
edited pages on the MoinMoin wiki to accounts on the new wiki. If you
do not care about this, please ignore the rest of this mail.
If you would like to preserve your identity in the migrated tickets,
please sign up for an account in the ASF cwiki here (note: if you have
an ASF account, please use the same account name as your ASF one):
then reply to this mail before Monday, 5th February, so we can
preserve the authors during the migration.
For the Apache Subversion Team,
Received on 2018-01-30 15:14:50 CET