The HTML format dumps (not yet ready but soon, I promise!) may not be
sufficient for stand-alone use, but a simple wrapper unrelated to MediaWiki
ought to be able to serve them up with basic navigation; you'd still have
to deal with searches somehow but that's true for any static HTML dump. Or
am I misunderstanding folks' needs here?
On Fri, Mar 10, 2017 at 10:24 AM, Federico Leva (Nemo) <nemowiki(a)gmail.com>
This is a use case worth covering for any CMS, in my
when one doesn't want to maintain a CMS any longer I'm forced to tell them
to crawl with wget-warc/wpull (possibly via ArchiveTeam), submit to
Internet Archive and then somehow redirect users. Few CMS seem to care
about it though.
In practice the only "official" solutions we have are:
+ any webserver
+ kiwix-serve (mwoffliner via Parsoid)
, it seems WMF has no
interest in providing a static HTML format which is directly usable.
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