The old i-NRG web site was hosted on skynet using MoinMoin wiki. While we do not have an automatic tool to migrate old MoinMoin pages to new WordPress pages, we do have this list of steps.
- Get the old MoinMoin wikistorage data from Kerry. (This step should be replaced with accessing a revision-control repository.)
- Depending on the wiki you want to access, go to one of the directories listed below:
$ cd wikistorage/community/data/pages
$ cd wikistorage/inrgwiki/data/pages
$ cd wikistorage/scorpionwiki/data/pages
$ cd wikistorage/vladiwiki/data/pages
- Each of these directories contains the pages of the indicated wiki. You can view the text version of any of the wiki’s pages with these Unix commands. The commands print the latest revision of the selected page to the screen. (Those are back quotes around cat current. Look above the Tab key on your keyboard.)
$ cd PageName
$ cat revisions/`cat current`
- If you want to see the selected page’s text in the vi editor, use these commands instead:
$ cd PageName
$ vi revisions/`cat current`
- The printed text may contain wiki formatting codes. For example, using a sequence of two or three single quotes specifies
'''bold'''. Here is a quick reference for other kinds of formatting codes.
- In the text, you may see links to other MoinMoin pages. They look like this:
[[PageName]]. Each linked page (PageName in this example) will be in its own directory. Be aware that CamelCase names automatically are treated as links to pages of the wiki, even if the square brackets are omitted.
- Links to pages of other web sites are obvious URLs:
http://www.google.com. Square brackets are optional.
- In the text, you may see links to attachments. Such links look like this:
[[attachment:filename|hypertext]]. The attached files can be found in the attachments subdirectory:
$ cd PageName/attachments
- Here is a quick reference for other kinds of MoinMoin links.
- Here is a quick reference on general MoinMoin page editing.