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Table of Contents
   Spread the word about Kexi!
   Perform usability analysis for Kexi
   Perform accessability analysis for Kexi
   Test Kexi, file a wish or report a bug
   Migrate the Kexi Wiki to a newer Wiki engine

Spread the word about Kexi!

This task is always available, so don't hestitate to:

  • Publish a Kexi button or banner on your web site.
  • Send email to and you'll be informed about news. Then you'll be able spread the news to other web sites.
  • Write articles about Kexi for websites, newspapers or as college/studies paper. You can use the knowledge published on web site. Whenever you write an article let us know so we can put a link on this web site.
  • Put the software in newspaper's CD/DVD and inform users about its availability. This can help users without internet connection.
  • Perform any other promotional action.
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Perform usability analysis for Kexi


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Perform accessability analysis for Kexi

(in terms of clean interface, keyboard shortcuts, etc.)

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Test Kexi, file a wish or report a bug

Read Testing Kexi document for more info.

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Migrate the Kexi Wiki to a newer Wiki engine

Note: Work already in progress

We're using PhpWiki 1.2.1 with PHP 4.1.2. We'd like to:

  • migrate to more current PhpWiki (1.3.10) with our content if possible (to learn about upgrading, read UPGRADING document bundled with the tarball.); or
  • migrate to MediaWiki engine

There could be two main steps:

  1. analyze phpwiki's versus mediawiki's table layout and relationships; and convert the data using a custom SQL script
  2. write converter script that migrated a given wiki text from phpwiki to mediawiki

Skills needed: db administering

  • propose best available Wiki engine (requirements: not bloated, support for accounts, use php, support for images and more rich content, good security)
  • you will receive MySQL dump of current content
  • you will perform migration this data to a new engine (locally), without lossing information
  • after accept, we will migrate

Note: current phpwiki used here is hacekd by us, so we have new features like TOCs.

You will get all the needed support from us. Please contact us.

Kexi - "MS Access for Linux" ... and Windows
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