Hey Richard -
Yes - I do remember you, congrats on the new position!
Currently eXe does not export to Mediawiki. The best interface between Mediawiki & eXe is the Wikipedia iDevice which essentially does an HTML scrap of a Mediawiki page. However, we have got Mediawiki import/export for eXe on the roadmap - and funding willing should be able to get this done pretty soon.
At the moment - on our big content projects like the CCNC - we're going to cut & paste content manually so that folk can download local versions of the content for editing until we get this import work sorted.
Would love to see some content development work from you institution on WikiEducator!
Chat to you soon.
--Mackiwg 18:14, 16 May 2007 (CEST)
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Hi Richard,thanks for the comments.Your page or i would prefer to say your work or more appropriate word would be your contribution to this community seems really encouraging.I personally feel i have lot to learn from you.Meanwhile could you suggest me how could i make my art work digital?your rich knowledge & experience would surely be of great help to me & many.Thanks.satarupa 7.27, 1st August 2010 (UTC)
Hi Richard, really liked your pages. What a dream job. Your comment about FrontPage is apt with regard to ease of use. I've been doing a lot of video editing recently and have experimented with a lot of tools. I'm amazed at the breadth of intuitiveness in the products and am not sure if a "ease of first use" metric could be applied. Interesting. Regards
PeterB, Otago Poly