[technology taskforce] Downloading a complete WIKI hierarchy of pages

Yaovi Atohoun yaovito at yahoo.fr
Fri Jul 5 06:29:06 UTC 2013

Dear Olivier,

Please did you try something from Dev's message below:

There are programs that will crawl a website for offline use such as

But the sheer number amount of links on a wiki page means (unless
configured carefully to ignore the links pointing to other WGs and
workspaces) makes it unwieldy to do

Usually I manually export pages as PDFs (under "Tools" menu when
logged in, there is an "Export to PDF" option, although the downside
is that comments on the page aren't included in the PDF. If the wiki
comments are important, then I print the pages to PDF.

Space admins (such as At-Large Staff) have the option to export entire
spaces or a subset of pages in that space as PDFs or as static HTML
pages. See

This seems to be the most straightforward method.

Dev Anand

 De : Olivier MJ Crepin-Leblond <ocl at gih.com>
À : "ttf at atlarge-lists.icann.org" <ttf at atlarge-lists.icann.org> 
Envoyé le : Vendredi 5 juillet 2013 0h27
Objet : [technology taskforce] Downloading a complete WIKI hierarchy of pages

Dear Technology Task Force,

I recently relayed a question from the ATRT2, whether all documents to
be read by the ATRT2 and stored on many different confluence WIKI pages
could be downloaded to a disk or a USB key since most of us will be in
the air for quite a few hours and could make use of that airtime to
catch up on our reading.
The need is to effectively download a complete sub-section section of
the WIKI and its links.

I am currently testing a couple of free softwares which let you download
complete web sites by downloading each link, sub link and so on, but for
some reason they don't work too well with the Confluence WIKI.

Would anyone on this WG know of a good free software that would work?
Some eager ATRT2 members (myself included) would love to be able to use
something like this during the week-end before they fly to Durban.


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