| The author of this extension is no longer maintaining it! Meaning any reports for additional features and/or bugfixes will more than likely be ignored. Volunteers are encouraged to take on the task of developing and maintaining it. As a courtesy, you may want to contact the author. You should also remove this template and list yourself as maintaining the extension in the page's
Release status: unmaintained
|Description||Converts MS-Word documents to MediaWiki markup.|
|Author(s)||Gunter Schmidt (original author), Fernando Correia (maintainer)|
|Last version||1.0.0 (2007-02-27)|
|License||GNU General Public License (GPL)|
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Word2MediaWikiPlus is a tool that converts Microsoft Word documents to MediaWiki.
Learn about it[edit | edit source]
See the documentation page.
Get help[edit | edit source]
Do you need help with Word2MediaWikiPlus? You can ask for help on the discussion page.
Hopefully, developers and fellow users may see your message and may answer it... No guarantees, though. Project members are volunteers.
Report a bug[edit | edit source]
If you want a developer to see your bug report, post it on the Bug Tracker. This is a bug database that helps organize the work.
Bugs reported on the discussion page may not be noticed and won't be tracked.
Request a feature[edit | edit source]
If you want a developer to see your feature request, post it on the Feature Requests Tracker.
Features requested on the discussion page may not be noticed and won't be tracked.
Discuss the project[edit | edit source]
Use the discussion page for general talk about the project.
Join the project[edit | edit source]
This project needs developers that volunteer to create documentation, correct bugs, add features and test releases.
We're using the trunk folder for active development and the tags folder to keep released versions.
Within each folder there is a word folder for installer and demo, and a vb folder to keep a copy of the Visual Basic code so the diff utility can be used to track changes.
See Also[edit | edit source]
- Take a look at the Microsoft Office Word Add-in For MediaWiki for Word 2007 upwards
- There is also a .Net version of this code here: http://www.codeplex.com/Word2MediaWikiDotNET
- There is a branch of the code with support for Word 2007 and a bunch of other fixes, but it needs to be installed by hand: http://word2mediawikip.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/word2mediawikip/branches/word2007support/