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Since the main reference is here: I've coped the up to date mirrors, as of today, below.
* Asia: * Singapore * Sun Yat-Sen University, China * Tokyo, Japan * China * Europe: * Ireland * Freiburg, Germany * https://upc.edu/docs/roswiki/wiki Barcelona, Catalonia * North America: * Saint Louis, Massachusetts * South America: * Paulo, Brazil You can set your own up as well.
______________________________________________________________________________ ros-users mailing list [hidden email] Unsubscribe: Like @tfoote said, we've looked at migrating the wiki to Media Wiki a while back, and came to the conclusion that it's not going to be easy.
We can do about 70% of it automatically, but there are so many custom macros involved that we'd basically have to eyeball every page (that's 18,000 pages, give or take) to make sure things worked and to fix things when they didn't. We're working on another solution right now, which would wrap the current wiki and allow us to migrate page at a time, without losing the current content or having an extended downtime.
There are a lot of automated conversion tools that we could try using.
The status page is still reporting website, wiki, and docs as down.
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______________________________________________________________________________ ros-users mailing list [hidden email] Unsubscribe: From the list at least the following mirrors have docs active.
The main site is up at the moment, but we are still trying to solve the underlying instability.Hey everyone, today, was basically not available for me for the whole day, although it did respond sporadically. In the same context, at least over here in Hamburg, Germany the whole domain and especially the wiki are awfully slow quite often.