What I will state is that trying to use these mailing lists as an
advertising Platform should be an automatic blackball as a violation of
trust and a conflict of interest.
On Wed, Oct 24, 2018 at 2:13 PM Greg Rundlett (eQuality Tech) <
On Wed, Oct 24, 2018 at 1:23 PM Jan Steinman
> From: eQT <info(a)equality-tech.com>
> Do you run MacOS? Do you have a Mac Server Wiki
> <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wiki_Server>? As you probably know,
discontinued (since early 2018 ). Don't let your wiki
die with it.
Please stop with the fear-mongering.
What fear-mongering? The fact is that MacOS Wiki Server as a software
product is EOL. That might scare you; or not, but I'm not fear mongering by
giving you facts. As software products fade into the sunset, you should be
aware of what's going on; plus understand the options and alternatives for
continued support. In this case it means migrating to a supported
Both Apache2 and MediaWiki run just fine on any
Mac you can get on
List or evilBay... or new form any Apple Store.
That broad statement is simply untrue (plenty of older Mac's aren't capable
of running the newest releases of software required to run a full MediaWiki
platform.) But what's your point? Are you saying that the solution to a
dying software product is to go out and purchase recycled hardware, then
build a DIY platform to preserve your knowledge assets? Clearly that's not
the best option for many people.
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