I installed MoinMoin wiki yesterday, after having lot of trouble getting it installed.
Its a pretty manual process which involves lots of writing config files and setting file permissions.
Its uh....already a bit alien after using MediaWiki for everything else (work, hackspace etc).
But it stores it's data as files and doesnt need a database, which is pretty important for a little home/personal wiki.
Installing MoinMoin is once again making me think about how to manage systemwide config files.
Considering implementing gnu stow + git for as much of the config on my server as possible, because when it comes to maintaining any one server, I can guarantee I will forget what I changed, and have no backups of configs if it all catches fire.
@rixx etcdkeeper is similar enough to the system I use for my dotfiles that I just ended up using that!
gnu-stow all the configs in /etc and everywhere else that I care about, stick the stow directory in a git repo, include it in my backups 💯
etcdkeeper is worth knowing about though.
social.samathy.space is one server in the network