DocBook Wiki Reborn

Volume 7, Issue 69; 29 Apr 2004; last modified 08 Oct 2010

The DocBook Wiki is back online at its new home.

The DocBook Wiki is back online at its new home: may be a little slow, but there’s not much I can do about that in the short term. Running a Wiki requires a little more horsepower than just serving static pages.. There’s a redirect in place for the old location (and for, too).

In order to prevent miscreants from scribbling on it, you’ll have to register as a user in order to be able to edit pages. I know that’s not consistent with the “wiki way,” but I really don’t know of any practical alternatives. I swear by all I hold dear that I’ll never use any of the registration information that you provide for any purpose whatsoever, if that helps.

I owe an enormous debt of gratitude to David Cramer, Jaime Davila, Luis Miguel Morillas, Paco Vila, and Dan York for crawling over the staging area and cleaning up all the porn spam. Thanks, guys!


The docbook wiki's redirect seems broken, it keeps adding /topic at the end of the URL until the URL size (or redirect limit) gets triggered.

I got this far after couple of redirects: Location:

I didn't manage to get to the real page from either of the given urls.

—Posted by Alexandre Rafalovitch on 01 Apr 2005 @ 04:29 UTC #

When I click on the wiki link listed on this page I get internal server error

—Posted by Julie on 20 Sep 2006 @ 12:56 UTC #