Wiki Content Offline

Hey all,

Is there an easy way to snapshot the wiki so that it’s available offline?
Several of our partners here in India have really spotty internet access and
it would be great if we could give them the documentation in a way they can
access without connectivity.

thanks,
Cory

I’ll take a look and see if they have offline plug ins

Hey all,

Is there an easy way to snapshot the wiki so that it’s available offline?
Several of our partners here in India have really spotty internet access
and
it would be great if we could give them the documentation in a way they
can

··· On Jul 11, 2011 1:49 AM, "Cory Zue" wrote: > access without connectivity. > > thanks, > Cory

+1

··· On Mon, Jul 11, 2011 at 8:49 AM, Cory Zue wrote:

Hey all,

Is there an easy way to snapshot the wiki so that it’s available offline?
Several of our partners here in India have really spotty internet access and
it would be great if we could give them the documentation in a way they can
access without connectivity.

thanks,
Cory

Hey All -

You can download the entire content as a word doc (See attached example from
this link:
https://confluence.dimagi.com/display/commcarepublic/Field+Visit+Guidelines+-+Tanzania).
I believe there are a lot of plugins to download multiple pages together,
or you could create one large page that includes all of the relevant pages
content (using the macro include:PageName)

Cheers,
J

Field+Visit+Guidelines±+Tanzania.doc (10.4 KB)

··· On Mon, Jul 11, 2011 at 8:51 AM, Daniel Myung wrote:

I’ll take a look and see if they have offline plug ins
On Jul 11, 2011 1:49 AM, “Cory Zue” czue@dimagi.com wrote:

Hey all,

Is there an easy way to snapshot the wiki so that it’s available offline?
Several of our partners here in India have really spotty internet access
and
it would be great if we could give them the documentation in a way they
can
access without connectivity.

thanks,
Cory

Trac used to have functionality to dump to a PDF that was actually pretty
amazing (it would even maintain hyperlinks). Might be worth seeing if that’s
possible with confluence (dumping to PDF tends to be somewhat cleaner).

-Clayton

··· On Mon, Jul 11, 2011 at 9:01 AM, Jonathan Jackson wrote:

Hey All -

You can download the entire content as a word doc (See attached example
from this link:
https://confluence.dimagi.com/display/commcarepublic/Field+Visit+Guidelines+-+Tanzania).
I believe there are a lot of plugins to download multiple pages together,
or you could create one large page that includes all of the relevant pages
content (using the macro include:PageName)

Cheers,
J

On Mon, Jul 11, 2011 at 8:51 AM, Daniel Myung dmyung@dimagi.com wrote:

I’ll take a look and see if they have offline plug ins
On Jul 11, 2011 1:49 AM, “Cory Zue” czue@dimagi.com wrote:

Hey all,

Is there an easy way to snapshot the wiki so that it’s available
offline?
Several of our partners here in India have really spotty internet access
and
it would be great if we could give them the documentation in a way they
can
access without connectivity.

thanks,
Cory

Clayton is correct. Confluence will let you export the enter space from the
advanced settings page (required space admin credentials). You can see the
current export here, its 1.8 megs:

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/61136/commcarepublic-110711-1132-44.pdf

Cheers,
J

··· On Mon, Jul 11, 2011 at 11:28 AM, Clayton Sims wrote:

Trac used to have functionality to dump to a PDF that was actually pretty
amazing (it would even maintain hyperlinks). Might be worth seeing if that’s
possible with confluence (dumping to PDF tends to be somewhat cleaner).

-Clayton

On Mon, Jul 11, 2011 at 9:01 AM, Jonathan Jackson jjackson@dimagi.comwrote:

Hey All -

You can download the entire content as a word doc (See attached example
from this link:
https://confluence.dimagi.com/display/commcarepublic/Field+Visit+Guidelines+-+Tanzania).
I believe there are a lot of plugins to download multiple pages together,
or you could create one large page that includes all of the relevant pages
content (using the macro include:PageName)

Cheers,
J

On Mon, Jul 11, 2011 at 8:51 AM, Daniel Myung dmyung@dimagi.com wrote:

I’ll take a look and see if they have offline plug ins
On Jul 11, 2011 1:49 AM, “Cory Zue” czue@dimagi.com wrote:

Hey all,

Is there an easy way to snapshot the wiki so that it’s available
offline?
Several of our partners here in India have really spotty internet
access and
it would be great if we could give them the documentation in a way they
can
access without connectivity.

thanks,
Cory

Sweet. You guys rock.

Can we setup a static link to the “latest” docs on the wiki or will
that cause the world to implode upon itself?

We can update them each time someone requests, perhaps?

··· On Mon, Jul 11, 2011 at 9:21 PM, Jonathan Jackson wrote: > Clayton is correct. Confluence will let you export the enter space from the > advanced settings page (required space admin credentials). You can see the > current export here, its 1.8 megs: > http://dl.dropbox.com/u/61136/commcarepublic-110711-1132-44.pdf > Cheers, > J > > > On Mon, Jul 11, 2011 at 11:28 AM, Clayton Sims wrote: >> >> Trac used to have functionality to dump to a PDF that was actually pretty >> amazing (it would even maintain hyperlinks). Might be worth seeing if that's >> possible with confluence (dumping to PDF tends to be somewhat cleaner). >> -Clayton >> >> On Mon, Jul 11, 2011 at 9:01 AM, Jonathan Jackson wrote: >>> >>> Hey All - >>> You can download the entire content as a word doc (See attached example >>> from this link: >>> https://confluence.dimagi.com/display/commcarepublic/Field+Visit+Guidelines+-+Tanzania). >>> I believe there are a lot of plugins to download multiple pages together, >>> or you could create one large page that includes all of the relevant pages >>> content (using the macro include:PageName) >>> Cheers, >>> J >>> On Mon, Jul 11, 2011 at 8:51 AM, Daniel Myung wrote: >>>> >>>> I'll take a look and see if they have offline plug ins >>>> >>>> On Jul 11, 2011 1:49 AM, "Cory Zue" wrote: >>>> > Hey all, >>>> > >>>> > Is there an easy way to snapshot the wiki so that it's available >>>> > offline? >>>> > Several of our partners here in India have really spotty internet >>>> > access and >>>> > it would be great if we could give them the documentation in a way >>>> > they can >>>> > access without connectivity. >>>> > >>>> > thanks, >>>> > Cory >>> >> > >

Yeah, we should definitely do that. The export was painful (took minutes
and crushed the server) so we should just regen once a week or something and
upload it to the main page.

Cheers,
J

··· On Mon, Jul 11, 2011 at 12:04 PM, Cory Zue wrote:

Sweet. You guys rock.

Can we setup a static link to the “latest” docs on the wiki or will
that cause the world to implode upon itself?

We can update them each time someone requests, perhaps?

On Mon, Jul 11, 2011 at 9:21 PM, Jonathan Jackson jjackson@dimagi.com wrote:

Clayton is correct. Confluence will let you export the enter space from
the
advanced settings page (required space admin credentials). You can see
the
current export here, its 1.8 megs:
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/61136/commcarepublic-110711-1132-44.pdf
Cheers,
J

On Mon, Jul 11, 2011 at 11:28 AM, Clayton Sims csims@dimagi.com wrote:

Trac used to have functionality to dump to a PDF that was actually
pretty

amazing (it would even maintain hyperlinks). Might be worth seeing if
that’s

possible with confluence (dumping to PDF tends to be somewhat cleaner).
-Clayton

On Mon, Jul 11, 2011 at 9:01 AM, Jonathan Jackson jjackson@dimagi.com wrote:

Hey All -
You can download the entire content as a word doc (See attached example
from this link:

https://confluence.dimagi.com/display/commcarepublic/Field+Visit+Guidelines+-+Tanzania
).

I believe there are a lot of plugins to download multiple pages
together,

or you could create one large page that includes all of the relevant
pages

content (using the macro include:PageName)
Cheers,
J
On Mon, Jul 11, 2011 at 8:51 AM, Daniel Myung dmyung@dimagi.com wrote:

I’ll take a look and see if they have offline plug ins

On Jul 11, 2011 1:49 AM, “Cory Zue” czue@dimagi.com wrote:

Hey all,

Is there an easy way to snapshot the wiki so that it’s available
offline?
Several of our partners here in India have really spotty internet
access and
it would be great if we could give them the documentation in a way
they can
access without connectivity.

thanks,
Cory