[TYPO3] migrating from midgard CMS
Marcelo N. Halpern
mhalpern at ramapo.edu
Sat Jul 8 00:54:29 CEST 2006
Thanks all for the suggestions. We are still working on the general layout and
site structure and we will start importing soon.
I don't want to start a flame war, but I guess I'm not the only one migrating
out of midgard?
On Friday 07 July 2006 00:37, R. van Twisk wrote:
> Valery Romanchev wrote:
> > Hi
> >> Probably a couple of hundred. I might be able to create the articles and
> >> import the page content from the midgard db. I'll keep my fingers
> >> crossed.
> > I do some migration projects.
> > (www.ncai.org for example)
> > From my exeperience the best way to migrate 200 articles - do this
> > manually.
> > It is easy to create 200 pages in TYPO3 - 40 min or so.
> > (+ 60 min, if you have keywords and description per page).
> > Then you can simply copy content in brauser to clipboard and then paste
> > content to TYPO3 Rich Text Editor.
> > In 50% cases you will get good result. Images will be migated with this
> > method, but will be stored in internal TYPO3 folder (no good reusing)
> > and for remaining 50% - some manuall HTML job
> > Regards
> > Valery Romanchev
> > www.typo3lab.ru
> I do tend to agree with that aswell.....
> Then you can do the job right from the beginning.
> When import fails, even minor. Then you need to go to every article
> anyways. In my case I had about 1400 pages to migrate..... So that's why I
> spend some time to make proper import routines.
Marcelo N. Halpern, your favorite daemon.
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