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Migrate | drupal.org

by nhoizey
The migrate module provides a flexible framework for migrating content into Drupal from other sources (e.g., when converting a web site from another CMS to Drupal).

February 2009

Mise à jour 1 .9 .2 vers 2 .0 .3 - SPIP - Contrib

by nhoizey
La version 2 de spip étant une version majeure, la mise à jour d’un site en version 1.9.2 est particulière. Quelques conseils pour que la transition se fasse au mieux.

Méthodologie pour la migration vers OpenOffice.org - Les prestations informatiques de Cliss XXI

by balluche
Chaque migration vers OpenOffice.org (OOo) revêt des caractéristiques spécifiques. Nous relatons cependant une « façon de faire » qui peut s’appliquer dans de nombreux cas.

January 2009

imapsync - IMAP synchronisation

by Spone
imapsync - IMAP synchronisation, sync, copy or migration tool. Synchronise mailboxes between two imap servers. Good at IMAP migration.

I've switched from Tumblr to FriendFeed.

by greut

“I've switched from Tumblr to FriendFeed. The bookmarklet seems to be good enough by now, so why not. I've also told Feedburner to poll a cleaned-up version of my FF feed (remove some unwanted services and sanitize the display of the items) and redirected my Tumblr page to here.”

I have the feeling that we get bored about a service more quickly than before...

google-blog-converters-appengine - Google Code

by srcmax & 2 others
This project contains a number of converters to and from different Blog services. The code is written in Python with scripts to execute the conversions either on the command-line, through a Windows batch script, or hosted on Google App Engine.

PortageV2

by nhoizey
Voilà une page qui recense les grands principes à connaître pour migrer les plugins de SPIP 1.9 à SPIP 2.0, indispensable !

December 2008

November 2008

xen:live-migration_infrastructure [docs]

by camel
In order to be able to do a live migration of a Xen guest from one cluster member to another, some sort of shared storage is required. As the Xen guest won’t run on more than one cluster member at a time, a cluster filesystem is not required. That is, as long as you configure Xen to access the Xen guest by a physical device, not a file.

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