This file lists the documentation for Moin2Tiki, the MoinMoin to Tiki
migration tool, version 1.1.0, released 2023-02-07. It is hosted on
Copyright 2023 Volker Wysk <post at volker hyphen wysk dot de>.
Moin2Tiki is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 3 or any later version. See the file COPYING for details.
The Moin2Tiki documentation is released under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.3 or any later version. See COPYING.FDL for details.
Quick Start Guide
You need to read at least this and Preparations.
How the moin2tiki program works, what you need to know about it.
Limitations in the current version of Moin2Tiki.
What induced me to write Moin2Tiki.
Moin2Tiki doesn’t teach you how to use or install Tiki. But here are some pointers.
installing on Ubuntu systems.
Please note, that Ubuntu 22.04 includes only PHP 8, but up to Tiki version 24.2, Tiki works only with PHP 7.4. Fortunately, there’s a good PPA for the PHP 7.4 packages. See the above link.
Here are the generic install instructions.
For Tiki newcomers, there’s Tiki for Smarties.
What you need to do with the Tiki server to make Moin2Tiki work.
How the moin2tiki program is called.
These documents are useful when you want to hack Moin2Tiki, or want details on how it works.
Links and Embeddings
This document addresses the various forms of links and embeddings in MoinMoin and Tiki, and how they are converted.
This lists the text style tags of MoinMoin and Tiki, and how they are converted.
Anchors in Tiki
About handling of anchors in Tiki and the problems with it.
How attachments are handled in MoinMoin and Tiki, and what that follows for the design.
How Moin2tiki handles links internally.