On 26 Nov 2006 11:45:59 +0100, Ricardo Rodríguez - Your XEN ICT Team
1. Most of the team-members arrive to the wiki from a
WYSIWYG environment. In spite of this fact, most of them are now using Mediawiki without
problem. I'm trying to decide if the use of a WYSIWYG environment with the wiki is a
must or could be avoided.
In my experience WYSIWYG wikitext editors make simple things simple
and hard things impossible.
2. How to move wiki entries from Mediawiki to rtf, xml
or OpenDocument formats.
Mediawiki text->XML is already in MediaWiki, isn't it? You'd need the
right XSLT to turn that into OpenDocument or any other XML format.
("the right XSLT" is a phrase like "simple matter of programming")