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What are some reasonably good ways to offer users their own private version of a pre-populated mediawiki site? By "good way", I mean the most common way or the technically easiest way to give them a clone of the content and then allow them to edit and build the wiki as they like. A user would log into his or her account, select a topic of interest, and be given a wiki with several hundred pages of ready-made content to start working with and personalize.

My only ideas are to use an extension like Simple Farm or to come to a service agreement with an existing wikifarm.

  • Have you considered using backup and restore? – Stephen Ostermiller Sep 9 '18 at 11:27
  • Meza can do unsupervised installs with content import. Haven't tried it myself. – Tgr Sep 10 '18 at 7:44
  • Both backup/restore and Meza seem viable. I was hoping to learn more about packages designed to manage wikifarms and do something very similar to what I'm trying to do. – davideps Sep 10 '18 at 14:05

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