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[Discuss] Creating a Wiki server

Are there any hardware things I need to look out for or is it relatively
forgiving as far as needs?

Memory, HDD space and so forth?

On Fri, Aug 26, 2011 at 1:55 PM, Greg Rundlett (freephile) <
greg at> wrote:

> I'm fairly knowledgeable at MediaWiki, so if you have some questions feel
> free to ask.
> When I setup the wiki for our group at Harvard, I even tweaked it so that
> you could use the wiki as a back-end to publish pages to a public website.
>  You can also set it up to create PDF books - which is great for
> documentation.  For products with different models or version releases, you
> can maintain the documentation for each version.  Things like theming the
> site, filling the Help namespace, bulk loading images and documents and
> setting up wiki bots can help make a project successful.
> Greg Rundlett
> my public PGP key<>

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