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[libreoffice-documentation] Creating a How To Migrate HSQL Base File wiki page for reference from LO 6.3 binary


In the ESC meeting yesterday the question of including the Migration
Assistant (MA) feature by default in the pending 6.3 release finished with
a decision to do so with one update the UI. Which would show the user a
link, on the dialog box which starts the process, to a wiki page with
detailed information on what was possible with MA presently and information
on how to perform a migration with or without use of the MA tool.

Caolán McNamra was quick about setting up the code for that URL link (Thank
you!) and provisionally used a URL for the wiki page of:

That location makes sense IMO. Currently that page doesn't exist.

There was a page started for the migration assistant a while back at
https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Documentation/FirebirdMigration I think
it would be best to retire that page, replaced by the new page under
Documentation/How To. It could be raided for some content of course, but
there isn't much there by way of a How To/Tutroial style anyway.

The new page will be setup to take advantage of the MediaWiki translation
extension. ( got some info on setting that up yesterday on IRC).

I thought about top level categories for the new page, which you can see
here https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/User:Drew/tmpMA

That is about it for this email which was mostly to kick this off and get
some wisdom and feedback form the team.

Best wishes,


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