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Old 07-14-2008, 01:20 PM   #1
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LXer: Two handy MediaWiki extensions


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Here are two powerful tools for your MediaWiki installation. One helps you populate your wiki quickly from data in a spreadsheet. The other creates PDF ebooks, complete with tables of contents and page numbers, with a single click from your wiki. MediaWiki, the open source software behind sites such as Wikipedia.com, is not just a wiki, but a complete content management system for Web sites and intranets. But if you have installed MediaWiki, you are probably familiar with the challenge of importing content from non-MediaWiki sources. A GPL-licensed Perl script called csv2wiki can help you convert or upload massive amounts of content into your wiki.

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