wiki migration planning

Bernhard Reiter bernhard at
Tue Aug 8 15:10:11 CEST 2017

April 2013 we've started to support
the Free Software Initatives [1] and communities behind GnuPG and Gpg4win.

Up to now it has grown to 124 pages of various sizes and history.
Overall I consider it a success. The wiki made some documentation and 
development processes faster, more approachable and more transparent. is hosted by Intevation and runs .

Now that GnuPG has started using Phabricator at
which also offers a wiki. The question is, shall we move? Or what kind of 
contents shall we move?

See for the discussion, where we shall collect the 
various options, pros and cons.

Best Regards,

== The target audience of was:

"This wiki targets everyone that is interested in GnuPG, related Free Software 
initiatives and their products. (Just like stated on the front page.)

It is a resource open for all skill and knowledge levels. Technical some 
say "users" and "developers". This is what we can call the community.

[1] I prefer to call neverending endevour "initiative" to tell it apart 
from "project". Werner prefers "GnuPG Project", though. :)

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