Our company is considering a move to zimbra, and I've been asked to consider migrating our current wiki to that platform.
Our current wiki is a moinmoin wiki hosted on our intranet, with login verified by ldap. Once a user has logged in to the wiki, they have access to all pages.
We have a test installation of Zimbra set up, and I have looked at the "Documents" tag - which does seem to be similar, except that it is
- personal to me - I do not see how to make pages I write available to all users
- not a moinmoin wiki (? mediaWiki)
I have reviewed all migration articles on Zimbra help/WWW site/wiki, but found no mention of migrating wikis
Anyone else on the forum have experience of such a migration? Could you please share experiences, or offer pointers to appropriate docs/URLs.
Each Notebook is access controlled, and by default it's personal, and visible only to the owner. It is possible to change the access so that any registered users can have write access just like company Wiki. It is also possible to grant an access to unregistered users so the people outside the company can view the documents.
We have some experience migrating from Twiki to Zimbra Notebook. By the time Notebook app matures (it's still in beta), we should be able to provide migration help for other major wiki systems.
Any idea of a timeframe for the Notebook going GA? We have a twiki wiki, and it's pretty much the only thing left running on a server we'd dearly like to repurpose.
Originally Posted by JLee