Diff for /wikisrc/wiki/todo/migrate_content_from_wiki.netbsd.se.mdwn between versions 1.2 and 1.3

version 1.2, 2011/07/30 15:36:03 version 1.3, 2011/08/01 10:51:10
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 [[schmonz]] doesn't like the first option. While expedient, it's not expedient enough to justify the cost: supporting more than one formatting syntax makes editing harder in the long run. Let's do the work up front and keep life as easy as possible for wiki participants. Assuming the second option works, we'll need to adapt it for CVS.  [[schmonz]] doesn't like the first option. While expedient, it's not expedient enough to justify the cost: supporting more than one formatting syntax makes editing harder in the long run. Let's do the work up front and keep life as easy as possible for wiki participants. Assuming the second option works, we'll need to adapt it for CVS.
   
 If we can't get our hands on the MediaWiki source, a tool like `textproc/py-html2text` could help convert the [rendered HTML](http://wiki-static.aydogan.net/) to Markdown.  If we can't get our hands on the MediaWiki source, a tool like `textproc/py-html2text` could help convert the rendered HTML (see below) to Markdown.
   
   There's on-going conversion project, some information is extracted on demand from available snapshot. Volunteers may contact [[asau]].
   
   Things to be done:
   
   1. Review articles.
   * There were many useless articles that were either trivial or repeated manual pages.
   1. Remove useless articles, remove other useless files from snapshot (see below).
   * Tell me what is to be removed, and I'll update snapshot.
   1. Find out what is to be moved to our official (or soon-to-be official) wiki.
   
   Progress:
   
   * Removed some files
   * Introduced few rough categories
   * Current snapshot is at <http://www.netbsd.org/~asau/wiki.netbsd.se-2010-12-03.tar.gz>

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