On Fri, Mar 2, 2018 at 3:56 PM, Thomas Åkesson <thomas_at_akesson.cc> wrote:
>> On 2018-02-27, at 23:25, Johan Corveleyn <jcorvel_at_gmail.com> wrote:
>> Johan Corveleyn <jcorvel_at_gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>> After ironing out most of the big issues, I think the current "test
>>>>> conversion" is ready for review by a larger audience. I'd like to
>>>>> perform the final migration next Tuesday the 27th, after 21h (GMT+1),
>> FYI, I'm postponing this a bit, at least until Thursday. Didn't get
>> around to the necessary final bits yet ...
> I got an email about "mentions" in the wiki. Was that production migration or test? (looks like test given the Confluence space name)
> In this case, the original use-case was to indicate what I wrote in MoinMoin, kind of the opposite of a mention. I did not use an @ before my username but perhaps entering a plain username in MoinMoin should be considered a mention?
> I can adjust after the production migration, just a couple of places.
> Which tools are you using to load data into Confluence? Just out of interest.
> Thomas Å.
Yes, this was part of a test migration, but I will soon do the final
migration (probably sometime during next week). I didn't know these
user links (which is what I thought they were) would be sending emails
:-). Sorry for the noise.
My intention was to convert links to the "user page" in moinmoin
(which is typically something like JohanCorveleyn, or ThomasAkesson)
into a link to the user profile in Confluence (which would be
[~jcorvel] in confluence wiki syntax ). I didn't realize that this
is not only a link to your user page, but also a "mention", which
generates a notification.
In the case of those two links (mentions) to your name, I only "fixed"
that in the latest test. Because apparently in MoinMoin your username
is "Thomas Åkesson", while that page contains literal ThomasAkesson
(!= username). So my first iterations didn't pick that up, and I
thought the intention was that this should have been a link to your
user in MoinMoin too, so I converted that (more or less manually) into
a [~xxx] link for Confluence. Perhaps that was not what you originally
intended? I can simply remove that manual mapping for you (when I do
my next iteration / final migration), no problem.
For the migration I'm using the so called "Universal Wiki Converter"
. I've had to tweak it a lot though, to get good results. But I'm
almost there now (just a couple of final problems). I intend to share
my tweaks / experiences with ASF infra (or the general public for that
matter), so other projects can benefit from this too if they want to
migrate from MoinMoin to Confluence.
Received on 2018-03-02 16:18:45 CET