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From Carl Trieloff <cctriel...@redhat.com>
Subject Re: Getting a Confluence Wiki for Qpid...
Date Fri, 22 Sep 2006 23:06:52 GMT

I don't mind either way on this topic, except to say that we need to create
clean and nice public pages. What ever makes that easier seems logical, 
but since
I have not done it with either of the two wiki's I can't add more than 
this to
the discussion


Robert Greig wrote:
> On 22/09/06, Alan Conway <aconway@redhat.com> wrote:
>> I voted MoinMoin because I've used it before and liked it, I don't know
>> much about confluence.
> I did a lot of the legwork in rolling out Confluence within JPMC (our
> instance currently has over 4000 registered users, none of whom was
> forced to use it by any corporate diktats so it's been popular with
> developers).
> I have done some searches to read about the feature set of MoinMoin
> and to be honest I think there is not really very much in terms of
> core functionality to differentiate them. If you like MoinMoin I can
> pretty much guarantee you will like Confluence.
> I would say that from the sites I have seen, Confluence can generate
> more attractive sites - whether this is because the defaults are
> better with Confluence or because it is easier to customise I don't
> know. The attractiveness of the site is less important for our basic
> collaboration but is obviously extremely important for the static site
> which may be people's first contact point with Qpid.
> RG

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