[technology taskforce] Downloading of documents and of segments of the WIKI for use offline
yaovito at yahoo.fr
Wed Jun 26 10:27:56 UTC 2013
I know that there are software to download complete web site for reading offline and this should normally work for a wiki site. If i remember one of these software I will let you know.
From: Olivier MJ Crepin-Leblond <ocl at gih.com>
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Date: Wed, 26 Jun 2013 12:18:03
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Subject: [technology taskforce] Downloading of documents and of segments of
the WIKI for use offline
I was recently asked a question by a participant on the ATRT2 whether it
was possible to download a complete set of WIKI pages and their
attachments for use/reading off-line, since many of us are looking at a
30+ hour journey to Durban.
My response was that we could make a repository of all documents & group
the documents into 1 zip file ready for an easy download. Any other idea
from anyone here? Perhaps a special software?
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