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Mageia wiki finally online

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After a very long time the final Mageia wiki is going online today.

As you all may know, we were using a temporary wiki since the announcement of Mageia last September.

We wanted to replace that by some really nice wiki since then but there always was something with a higher priority, so it had to wait.

Now, a few weeks ago, we already had a working MediaWiki instance and the teams were working under quite some pressure to import all the contents that has grown over the months in the temporary wiki, cleaning it up and giving it some structure while doing that.

rest here




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